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Angie Reeves

Sales and Marketing Coordinator With a background in communications and customer service, Angie enjoys the client interaction that comes with her role in sales and marketing. Dealing with new enquiries, looking after retained contracts, and organising our first aid...

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Karen Dixon

Bookkeeper and Assistant to the MD Karen has worked with Safewell since 2015 as our Bookkeeper. In May 2019 we were pleased when she officially joined the Team as Bookkeeper and assistant to the MD. As she describes it, she keeps the money flowing in & out! She is...

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Gail Farrow

Occupational Health Director MA Health and Safety Law, RGN, Adv DIP OH Cert Health Education Gail heads up our occupational health division and has worked for over 25 years in occupational health and safety, many of which in senior positions. Being dual trained in...

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Nick Evans

Managing Director BSc Chemistry, Nebosh Diploma, Dip2.OSH, CMIOSH, OHSCR Nick has worked in the health and safety industry for 20+ years. He formed Safewell because he wanted businesses to benefit from sensible and easy to understand occupational health, and health...

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Glenn Lawton
December 23, 2021

White Stuff Ltd

Safewell has been working alongside us for several years now and I have had the pleasure of working with them for the past few years. They are always professional with their approach and always on hand if we require any ad-hoc advice to support our health and safety needs. I cannot recommend them enough and would definitely suggest to anyone looking for advice or services in regards to anything health and safety related to contact Safewell.

Why Asbestos is Dangerous for Workers

Asbestos is not just a problem of the past. It can be present today in any building built or refurbished before 2000.

Cancer and construction: Silica

Silica is a natural substance found in varying amounts in most rocks, sand and clay. For example, sandstone contains more than 70% silica, whereas granite might contain 15-30%. Silica is also a major constituent of construction materials such as bricks, tiles, concrete and mortar.

Learn CPR and Defibrillator Skills for Free with Safewell

Learn CPR and Defibrillator Skills for Free with Safewell

Following a well-received series of free CPR/Defibrillator training offered to our local community earlier this year, we are pleased to say that we are running more of these in 2024.

First Aid for Mental Health Open Course (1 Day) – FAA Level 2

First Aid for Mental Health in the Workplace Safewell's one-day qualification provides learners with the knowledge to recognise a range of mental health conditions, how to start a supportive conversation, and when and how to signpost a person to seek appropriate...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

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