Alex Wild, Senior Consultant

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NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety

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NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management

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Tall Buildings Fire Safety Management Qualified

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Qualified P402 Asbestos Surveyor

Alex has completed an intensive internal training period to satisfy UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) and ISO 9001 for workplace environmental assessments and consultancy services. He holds a distinction grade in his NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health & Safety.

Alex has also holds a NEBOSH Certificate in Fire Safety and Risk Management and is trained to carry out fire risk assessments. Alex attended and passed the Tall Buildings Fire Safety Network course, Tall Buildings Fire Safety Management. This has led him to carrying out fire risk assessments at a number of high profile skyscrapers.

Alex has undergone training to become a qualified P402 Asbestos surveyor and, as of January 2020 has taken on the role of service leader for asbestos a Assurity Consulting.

Alex delivers a wide range of training courses for customers including asbestos awareness, Legionella awareness, risk assessment, manual handling and fire warden.

Before joining Assurity Consulting, Alex studied biology at Royal Holloway University of London and has worked in a wide variety of roles in different businesses which has included pulling pints, making perfume, selling beds and even working in a shop that sold lava lamps!

Outside of work, other than spending time with family, he enjoys going to car shows, building Lego and long runs in the woods or on the seafront.

Insights from Alex

Asbestos, what is your duty?

The HSE recently launched a campaign called ‘Asbestos – Your duty’, which sets out to remind those who are responsible of their duty to manage the risks associated with asbestos in non-domestic premises.

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TUC is calling for asbestos removal in workplaces

Following the sad death of former Labour MP Alice Mahon from mesothelioma, believed to be the result of exposure to asbestos in the workplace, the TUC have renewed calls for all public buildings to be made asbestos free.

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Latest mesothelioma stats remind us of the need for effective asbestos management

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have recently published an update on the incidences of mesothelioma within the population of Great Britain. The report also highlights the importance of good asbestos management in ensuring those who work in or visit our buildings are not exposed to asbestos.

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Asbestos management needs tightening in the UK

Although most buildings pre 1999 have asbestos surveys, it is the ongoing management of asbestos that is often called into question.

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