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Compile Rated Top Provider by clients since 2015

Posted by Jonathan Pile on Tuesday, October 3, 2017, In : Health and Safety 
Compile Consulting is extremely proud to continue to enjoy above 90% satisfaction ratings from clients in IOSH Surveys since our founding in 2012. We are rated UK Top Provider by a major independent client and our continuing 100% pass rate for both IOSH Managing Safely and IOSH Working Safely gives security and confidence that our focus on small delegate groups works for all.

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New Health & Safety Sentencing Guideline ramp up fines

Posted by Jonathan Pile on Tuesday, September 6, 2016, In : Health and Safety 




In February 2016 – New Court Sentencing Guidelines for HASWA (& Food Safety & CM) increased fines based on turnover ie

  1. Micro-organisations (t/o less than £2m) Fines £50 to £450k

  2. Small Organisations (t/o £2m-10m) Fines £100 to £1.6m

  3. Medium Organisations (t/o £10-50m) Fines £1,000 to £4m

  4. Large Organisations (t/o £50m+) Fines £3,000 to £10m

    1. So in an example of a workplace with an unprotected ledge at height. If an inspector noticing it before harm might have been £1...


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Changing Legal Status Highlights the Need for Academy Safety

Posted by Jonathan Pile on Friday, September 11, 2015, In : Health and Safety 


With the advent of 3,000  Academy schools and Free Schools in England, Head Teachers and Governors have given priority to the understanding the Local Authority no longer has responsibility for Health and Safety on School Sites and that responsibility lies with the Academy. It is essential that Leaders and Facility Managers have a good understanding of Health & Safety Legislation and a source of competent advice. Compile Consulting has helped a large number of Academies in Yorkshire and Oxford...

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How the government wastes £13 billion .How to boost Growth by £4bn and cut the Deficit by £3bn

Posted by Jonathan Pile on Thursday, November 8, 2012, In : Health and Safety 


Every Safety Professional knows that accident,injury and sickness wastes both lives and money. The latest HSE digest of statistics shows that Britain annually wastes over £13 billion through lack of effective safety compliance. For families and workers a staggering £4 billion is lost in wages and income through time off due to accident caused illness and injury, losing the taxman £646m in lost tax and national insurance and costing the DWP almost £2billion in benefits payments. This costs...
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Is your organisation at risk from Titanic Syndrome?

Posted by Jonathan Pile on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, In : Health and Safety 
Titanic Syndrome is a "state of mind where an organisation or a leadership believe in the invincibility of their risk controls in direct opposition to the facts". In 1912 - HMS Titanic's ship makers and operators had believed in the construction of one of worlds largest, most modern, and certainly luxorious ships they also had one of the safest ships in the World. It was this false belief which underpinned the lack of concern about about inadequate safety measures (such as having fewer...
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