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Safety4Good

Raising awareness of the Safety and Health industry and the incredible professionals who work within it


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What we’re about

Safety4Good is an initiative developed by the UK Health & Safety Leaders to raise the positive profile of the profession in 3 ways:


1. Donating time to great causes - either at work or selflessly in your own time

2. Mentoring new and young entrants in the profession to maximise their potential and contribution and progress their careers

3. Raising money for our portfolio of charities through donation and events


The purpose of Safety4Good is to raise the positive profile of the significant proactive and preventative work that Health & Safety professionals do to protect and serve their communities and colleagues.

In the past, the media and the public have negatively portrayed the Health and Safety profession. This not a true reflection of the people who work every day with a passion to protect us and our quality of life. Our mission is to change this misunderstanding.

To raise money and awareness, we ask you to:

  • Donate time to worthy causes and charities to enable their activities

  • Mentor and help young and new entrants to the profession who perhaps don't have access to a supportive senior safety professional in their current role

  • Donate money up to a day’s net pay (or an hour) to one of chosen portfolio of good causes​

Tell us your stories too, we will publicise good deeds and fundraising initiatives that you and your colleagues undertake on our website.​

  1. 1056

    People supporting

    The number of our supporters is constantly growing    

  2. 11

    Charities helped

    The number of charities we are supporting currently

  3. 224

    Days donated      

    Pledge your hours or days pay towards your chosen cause

  4. 43415

    Monies pledged (£)

    Donate money towards a good cause

Our Charities

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The Principal People Foundation 

Supporting new entrants into HSEQ

Principal People, the leading health & safety recruiter, have launched a charitable foundation to support and encourage new entrants into the industry from college or university, the armed forces and other sectors.

We believe that with the support and options that we can provide, we can help thousands of people get into the rewarding and fullfilling Health & Safety profession.

Read more about The Principal People Foundation 

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What are we doing?


​Stories

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    Saunders Family Complete the Guildford 10k Run!

    Last Sunday, Daniel Saunders alongside his family ran the Guildford 10k to raise money for Cancer Research UK (CRUK). To make the already difficult 10k run harder, the weather was dreadful with constant rain and freezing winds. However, Dan and his family persevered and completed the challenge in good time. Cancer Research is a charity very close to the hearts of the Saunders Family. Many of their family members have fought cancer, their Aunty Lisa who has defeated breast cancer, was a runner on the day. Unfortunately, a few loved ones did not make it through their battle, and this inspired the family to push themselves forward and take on this challenge in their memory. It's not too late to donate to Cancer Research through #Safety4Good, here is the link to donate - http://bit.ly/Dannys10k ​

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    Dan's 10k run for Cancer Research

    Dan's Journey On Sunday the 13th of October, Daniel Saunders, a Consultant at Principal People, is taking part in the Guildford 10k alongside a few members of his family. They will be raising money for Cancer Research, which is a charity very close to their hearts. Read their story below: We are Lisa, Jemma, Harley & Daniel Saunders and together we are raising money for Cancer research by running the Guildford 10k on October 13th. Our family has had to battle through many forms of cancer over the years. Just last year our Aunty Lisa (fellow runner) and our mother Jo, defeated breast cancer. But sadly there are some loved ones that didn’t make it through their battle. We have had to say goodbye to our Grandmother (Mary), Jemma’s Father in-law (Nick), Lisa’s Mother in-law (Dorothy) & Daniel’s Girlfriend Jessica, who recently passed away shortly after her 22nd Birthday. Cancer is still one of the top causes of death in the world, so we are raising money to help fund more research and development. Any donations and support is very much appreciated. Support them in raising money and awareness by sharing their story and donating today. Link to donate - http://bit.ly/Dannys10k About Cancer Research​ Cancer Research are the world’s largest charity dedicated to saving lives through research. Over the last 40 years, cancer survival in the UK has doubled. In the 1970's just 1 in 4 people survived their disease for 10 years or more. Today 2 in 4 survive. Their ambition is to accelerate progress and see 3 in 4 patients surviving the disease by 2034.

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    My first 3 days in Peru

    From first landing in Peru you are overwhelmed by the altitude and near vertical hills, streets and steps. This combined with the small streets bustling with hundreds of people weaving between quick moving traffic is definitely an experience to be remembered. On my first day I started exploring the city, met the family I will be staying with, started to learn about the culture and met the class I will be teaching. The class is run after school purely through volunteers as the students cannot afford to pay for lessons. So far we have discussed what they need to learn and begin to forward-plan the lessons with the young adults. I am extremely excited by their enthusiasm and positive attitude toward bettering themselves and their family’s lives. Besides this I have travelled to some of the landmarks of Peru including Cristo Blanco. Cristo Blanco is a large statue of Jesus towering over the city. It took me one hour to hike the near vertical hills littered with crumbling steps. Several rest stops later, I got to see the sheer size of the historic city. This further made me enthralled to be a part of helping a small part of the community. Thanks for Principal People’s support. ​

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    Principal People Dream Catcher programme – supporting Safety4Good Charity

    I’m Alex Gover, an Associate Consultant at Principal People and I am traveling to Peru to support impoverished children and families by teaching in the local school for 2 weeks. Principal People are playing a big part in facilitating this by sponsoring me via their annual Dream Catcher programme. Whilst in Cusco Peru, I will be aiding the local community and teaching English as a foreign language in the local school. Cusco’s economy relies on tourism as a major contributor and the locals need to speak English as a minimum to get the highly desirable jobs as tour guides. This class will help provide the next generation with the needed education to support and teach their families moving forward. This enhances their monthly salary from the equivalent of £284.00 without an English Language education to around £1000.00, which is of course life changing for the entire family. This trip has been a goal of mine for years, ever since I learnt about the local situation there through friends who had made the visit. However, the journey has been financially out of reach until Principal People introduced their Dream Catcher Programme. This programme is made to grant a team member the chance to achieve a life goal through various means of support. I am eternally grateful for this opportunity to support another culture as they grow and develop and cannot wait to share my journey! More updates from Peru over the next 2 weeks. I am aligning the trip with the Safety4Good movement by Health & Safety leaders and have chosen one of their charities to encourage donations too. This is the Shooting Star Chase Children’s Hospice in Guildford. For more information see here and donate direct to them via the Virgin Money link. I have kicked off the donation myself so please donate to this wonderful cause whatever you can. www.safety4good.com/charities/shooting-star-chase

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    Reminder - EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar is at 1pm TODAY!

    We are now only hours away until the EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar! Our presenter Bruce Durham will be asking you a few questions throughout the webinar so be ready with a pen and paper to get as much out of the webinar as possible. It's not too late to register and tune in. Follow this link to sign up, it takes less than a minute https://bit.ly/2TOObOJ Overview of the session:​ What is it? A free webinar based around creating a safe space for EHS professionals to grow, share knowledge and support each other. Overview As EHS professionals we can stretch ourselves trying to help everyone else, often leaving our own needs at the bottom of the pile! Due to the language and perception that can be attached to EHS, many EHS professionals carry self-doubt about how they fit in to the wider business, how people really perceive them and how much value they actually deliver. This engaging and interactive session will give you some excellent ‘high impact’ psychological tools to use immediately, which may enhance your current thinking around what you ‘do’ and how you ‘do it’. Purpose To support and enhance EHS professionals to be a better version of themselves. Benefits of session Be a happier and more confident EHS professional, see your real value within the wider business, be more impactful with your communications and action.

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    Safety4Good EHS Webinar - register now and don't miss out!

    At 1pm tomorrow we will be launching our Safety4Good EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar alongside Safety Leadership Coach, Bruce Durham. If you haven't registered yet, don't worry there is still time! Follow this link to be taken to the registration page, it takes less than a minute to sign up - https://bit.ly/2TOObOJ WEBINAR OVERVIEW What is it? A free webinar based around creating a safe space for EHS professionals to grow, share knowledge and support each other. Overview As EHS professionals we can stretch ourselves trying to help everyone else, often leaving our own needs at the bottom of the pile! Due to the language and perception that can be attached to EHS, many EHS professionals carry self-doubt about how they fit in to the wider business, how people really perceive them and how much value they actually deliver. This engaging and interactive session will give you some excellent ‘high impact’ psychological tools to use immediately, which may enhance your current thinking around what you ‘do’ and how you ‘do it’. Purpose To support and enhance EHS professionals to be a better version of themselves. Benefits of session Be a happier and more confident EHS professional, see your real value within the wider business, be more impactful with your communications and action.

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    TWO DAYS TO GO! EHS PROFESSIONAL ENHANCEMENT WEBINAR

    EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar – Safety4Good With two days to go until the EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar, Simon, Bruce and the team at Safety4Good are really excited and honoured to be adding value to the wider HSE network. If you haven’t registered yet, take a look at the details below and follow the link to listen in! When – Thursday 12th September at 13:00 UK local time Duration – 30 minutes What is it? – A free webinar based around creating a safe space for EHS professionals to grow, share knowledge and support each other. Overview - As EHS professionals we can stretch ourselves trying to help everyone else, often leaving our own needs at the bottom of the pile! Due to the language and perception that can be attached to EHS, many EHS professionals carry self-doubt about how they fit in to the wider business, how people really perceive them and how much value they actually deliver. This engaging and interactive session will give you some excellent ‘high impact’ psychological tools to use immediately, which may enhance your current thinking around what you ‘do’ and how you ‘do it’. Purpose – To support and enhance EHS professionals to be a better version of themselves. Benefits of session - Be a happier and more confident EHS professional, see your real value within the wider business, be more impactful with your communications and action. Register today by clicking the LINK HERE, which is where you can also view the background of the award winning EHS professional delivering the session, Bruce Durham.

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    EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar

    EHS Professional Enhancement Webinar Be the ‘best version’ of you 12th September - 13:00 - 30 minutes Purpose To support and enhance EHS professionals to be a better version of themselves. As EHS professionals, we can stretch ourselves trying to help everyone else, often leaving our own needs at the bottom of the heap. Lots of EHS professionals carry doubt about how they fit in, how people really perceive them and how much value they actually deliver. This session will give you some excellent ‘high impact’ psychological tools to use immediately, which may enhance your current thinking around what you ‘do’ and how you ‘do it’. This will be really valuable for a team CPD session as well! What can you gain from the session? How to be a happier and more confident EHS professional Understanding your real value within the wider business Being more impactful with your communications and actions Webinar Presenters Simon Bliss - Founder of Safety4Good and MD of Principal People - LINKEDIN Bruce Durham - Professional Coach and Trainer specialising in HSE - LINKEDIN Please register by clicking the LINK HERE, which is where you can also see the background of the award winning EHS professional delivering the session, Bruce Durham.

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    Training ahead of the monumental Paris–Brest–Paris 2019

    It is getting closer and closer until Paul Haxell embarks on his challenge that is the Paris-Brest-Paris 2019 and his preparation through intense training is well underway. The Paris-Brest-Paris is a 1200k bike ride which is to be completed in 90 hours. Paul is completing the challenge between 18th - 22nd of August. A snapshot of Paul's training regime - "this week it was carb loading before a 9pm bike ride with the plan to ride 300k through the night..." which took around 13 hours in its entirety! Which is enough of a challenge in itself for most of us. Paul is taking on this challenge to raise money for Mind through S4G. Mind is a charity dedicated to mental health - providing support, information and services to those who need it. Please support Paul through his VirginMoneyGiving page (link below) - every donation makes a difference. If you would like to support Paul please follow this link: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PaulHaxell2

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    Cycling to support Mind

    Paul Haxell, a chartered Health and Safety Practitioner and IOSH Councillor, is cycling the 1200km Paris Brest Paris between 18th & 22nd August using the opportunity to raise funds for Mind under the Safety4Good umbrella. This epic cycling event traces its origins back to 1891 when only a hand full of French cyclists where allowed to ride. Today as an organised event it is run once every for years attracting thousands of riders worldwide. In its current form riders complete the 1200km inside a 90 hours’ time limit. That’s a cumulative 90 hours covering riding, eating, sleeping and all other eventualities. Not only is the event physically demanding it is mentally taxing with long periods in the saddle and not enough sleep. Often riders report issues with hallucinations and can resort to sleeping rough in hedges and fields on route. There are basic facilities on the route with mattresses and basic catering available, however they tend to be both cramped and noisy; not conducive to a good night’s sleep even if time allowed. Paul is currently putting considerable time in preparing for this event and is riding about 300 km each week with occasional long rides up to 600km (in 40hours) thrown in for good measure and of course continuing with a full work diary. Paul has selected Mind as his charity as “I am fortunate to have good mental health and have used sport as a form of relaxation and stress release over the years. The ride is known as a challenge in cycling circles, but the mental challenge is very significant. In the dead of night when its wet and cold you need to keep going when the sensible thing (what most people would do would be to stop) you just need to ignore those voices and keep going. I’m hope that through doing what has help me I can raise a good some to help others who are less fortunate.” Best of luck Paul from all of us at Safety4Good HQ- as Winston Churchill said "If you're going through hell, keep going!" ​Simon Bliss and the team at S4G. If you would like to support Paul please follow this link: https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/PaulHaxell2

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    Basil George - Coming to the rescue during devastating floods

    When devastating floods hit the village of Neduvannoor in Kerala Statem, India, IOSH Chartered Member Basil George was determined to come to the aid of those who were stranded. He led a group of 25 volunteers who swam 2.52 kilometres through the water – ignoring the risks posed by electric lines, underwater obstructions and insects – to get food and water to 75 people trapped on the third floor of a mosque. He also created a helipad to allow a helicopter to land twice to evacuate seven people considered most at-risk, drawing on all his experience. In his Safety4Good entry, Basil, who is a fire/safety officer for Kerala State’s Cochin International Container Freight Station, said he had to ensure “all aviation safety requirements, such as availability of helipad marking, wind direction, demarcation of location, making the helipad FOD [foreign object damage] free and creating a clear approach and take-off path”. He added: “I carried out a dynamic as well as specific risk assessment (though not recorded) quickly in my mind based on my expertise, skill and knowledge, which was suitable and sufficient to mitigate all the foreseeable risk before undertaking missions. “My command, coordination, control, communication and cooperation played a vital role in managing people and mobilising things in limited time as well as in an expeditious manner. People believed, united and obeyed to my words because I am a safety trainer.” Summing up his experience, he added: “Never lose hope during a crisis. Never put your life into danger for the sake of heroism but you can take risk in some situations for saving mankind, provided you are competent to deal with all foreseeable hazards and risk and apply controls in a judicious way with the available resources. “The event was reported as news. The article gave worldwide publicity to people that simple man can save life using his ingrained experience.” Basil G George CMIOSH, Fire cum Safety Officer Gr 1, Cochin International Container Freight Station, Unit of KSIE, Government of Kerala, India.

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    Tough Mudder 2019 - THIS SUNDAY!

    The Principal People team are raising money for Safety4Good this Sunday through the gruelling, muddy and labour intensive adventure that is the Tough Mudder! Having previously tackled the Tough Mudder in 2018, we have almost doubled the number of team members participating this year. A charity that we are specifically supporting thorugh Safety4Good is Great Ormand Street Hostpital. Get behind us by supporting GOSH through Safety4Good. See in the picture our bright white shirts that we will be wearing on Sunday - stay tuned for an update as to what they look like afterwards! SUPPORT US TODAY VIA DONATION TO OUR VIRGIN MONEY GIVING PAGE BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK WHY TOUGH MUDDER? Not only is it an intensely fun challenge and a great team event, but it is a perfect situation to support and lend a helping hand to team members. On reflection from 2018, every participant mentioned they experienced a moment where they didn't think they could succeed an obstacle if it were not for the assistance of a colleague. GREAT ORMAND STREET HOSPITAL Last year we based our challenge for our Operations Directors son, Oscar, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 1. SMA is a rare genetic disorder which causes muscles to atrophy over time. Very sadly, this devastating disease is the biggest genetic killer of infants in the UK. SMA type 1 affected children, have historically had a 5% chance of survival past the age of 2. Most type 1’s are never able to sit unsupported and never develop the ability to crawl or walk. Due to Great Ormond Street and the incredible work they do, Oscar along with many other children across the world, has had access to the first drug of its kind as a treatment for the symptoms of SMA. In November, he turned 3, sitting for 12 minutes unsupported on his birthday! Not only are Great Ormond Street hugely personal to us at Principal People, but the work they do as world class health professionals for children is unprecedented. Great Ormond Street Hospital for children need to raise £90 million each and every year to contribute to life changing research, vital equipment and facilitate much needed redevelopment.

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    Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride

    On Sunday 7th July 2019, Macmillan hold their annual Dorset Bike Ride event. The challenge was started in 1989 by Peter Smith-Nicholls and typically attracts 700 cyclists who are all passionate about raising money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Since 1989, the Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride has raised in excess of £1,000,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support, all of which has gone towards supporting people living with cancer. One of our ambassadors, Martin Hall, who is Head of Safety, Health and Environment at Morgan Sindall is taking part again this year to support in raising money and awareness for the charity. Visit the Macmillan Bike Ride website to find out more info. Good luck Martin and to all of those who are participating!

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    Reminder - Safety4Good Upcoming Regional Meeting on Tuesday - London

    Just a reminder that we are holding our next Safety4Good Regional Meeting on Tuesday 30th April from 18:00 - 20:00. The purpose of the meeting is to update Safety professionals on progress made so far, share what we have planned for the future and also to further communicate our three key goals for the programme:- 1. Donating time for good causes 2. Developing a mentoring programme for new entrants to the profession and maximising their potential 3. Creating events and donating monies to our portfolio of charities The meeting will be hosted by Ruth Denyer, Group Risk Director at ITV and the event will be held at the ITV HQ - EC1N 2AE. If you are interested in attending and being an active participant in this event, please contact us via email on info@s4g.org.uk. Full address of venue: 2 Waterhouse Square, London, EC1N 2AE.

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    Mission completed - Land's End to John O'Groats

    They've done it! Many thanks for all the support from Simon's outriders and back up team, plus all the well-wishers and contributors to the fundraising for these wonderful charities. It's not too late to contribute - click here to support https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Safety4Good

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    The finish line is in sight - Land's End to John O'Groats

    Today marks the final day of the monumental 1000-mile journey made by Simon and his crew. This countrywide challenge has been phenomenal for all of those involved - especially for Simon who embraced the journey on a monkey bike! So far, they have raised over £4,000 (including gift aid) for Safety4Good. Thank you to all of those who have contributed! If you would like to get involved, please share our story and/or donate to our Virgin Money page today by following this link: https://bit.ly/2O6ajBr KEEP UPDATED - follow the Safety4Good instagram page for frequent updates as to where the riders are at and how they're looking on the final day! Insta link: https://bit.ly/2KwFxTV

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    Lands End to John O'Groats - 550 miles in!

    Following on from Sunday's set off, Simon and his crew, nicknamed the 'sleazy riders', have now completed 550 miles out of their 1000 mile adventure. Simon has reported that the journey so far has been fantastic albeit wet and cold, with stunning scenery especially as they pass through the lake district. Pictured above see the brave crew tackling this journey. Please continue to support them with donations and by sharing their story. So far they have raised over £3,000 in aid of Safety4Good! Thank you to all who have kindly contributed. Donation link: https://bit.ly/2O6ajBr STAY CONNECTED - follow Safety4Good on Instagram to be kept up to date with their journey to see where they are and what they are facing. Instagram Link: https://bit.ly/2OWKX9v ​

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    The Adventure Begins! Sleazy Riders in aid of Safety4Good

    AND THEY'RE OFF! Simon and his 'Sleazy Riders' crew have set off upon their monumental 1000-mile journey from Land's End to John O'Groats. Make sure you follow their instagram page for frequent photos and updates of their adventure by following this link: https://bit.ly/2OWKX9v Thank you to everyone who has donated as well, we've currently raised £2,800! If you would like to donate, here is the virgin money link: https://bit.ly/2O6ajBr

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    Big support for little bike - Land's End to John O'Groats

    3.5 DAYS TO GO! On Sunday 7th April, Simon will embark on his expedition from Land's End to John O'Groats via monkey bike alongside his friends and supporters. His 1000-mile adventure is in aid of raising money for a portfolio of charities which include Great Ormond Street, MIND, and the Grenfell Tower via (Heads Together). As well as raising money for those exceptional charities, Simon is passionate about raising the profile of Safety professionals and the great work that they undertake every day to support their communities and society as a whole. Support him today, whether you're donating money or sharing his adventure on social media, all help is appreciated. We have raised over £2,000 already, many thanks for all donations made so far! To get involved via donation: ​

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    Safety4Good Regional Meeting London - Tuesday 30th April 2019

    We are holding our next Safety4Good Regional Meeting on Tuesday 30th April from 18:00 - 20:00. The purpose of the meeting is to update Safety professionals on progress made so far, share what we have planned for the future and also to further communicate our three key goals for the programme:- 1. Donating time for good causes 2. Developing a mentoring programme for new entrants to the profession and maximising their potential 3. Creating events and donating monies to our portfolio of charities The meeting will be hosted by Ruth Denyer, Group Risk Director at ITV and the event will be held at the ITV HQ - EC1N 2AE. If you are interested in attending and being an active participant in this event, please contact us via email on info@s4g.org.uk. Full address of venue: 2 Waterhouse Square, London, EC1N 2AE.

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    Regional Meetings - March

    So far we have held two Regional Meetings in London and Manchester and our third is being held tonight in Birmingham. The London and Manchester meetings were a huge success and the Principal People team were delighted to engage with so many HSEQ professionals with such a varied range of skills, experience and opinions, who were interested in supporting Safety4Good. We have seen a huge increase in donations and we have also had lots of people sign up to our mentoring programme to be both mentors and mentee's. We are very excited to see the Safety4Good message being spread throughout the HSEQ community and also to see the number of our supporters growing! It's not too late to register to attend the Midlands regional event tonight which is held in birmingham. If you would like to confirm your attendance please email Jess on j.bullock@principalpeople.co.uk and she will send across further details.

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    Our Mentoring Programme

    Are you looking to progress your career within Health and Safety OR make a difference to the industry by helping others to gain essential skills and knowledge? Progression in any career can be a real challenge. Many of us have gained skills and experience through close proximity to a supportive manager who has invested time and resources into our development. In the Health & Safety industry, sometimes this is more challenging. As Health & Safety professionals only make up 0.1% of the UK workforce, finding a supportive manager or mentor can be diffucult. Many smaller organisations only employ a standalone Health & Safety professional, so gaining this guidance can be ardous if you report into Operational or HR departments. Safety4Good is looking to support and match supportive Health & Safety Leaders and Managers with more junior and less experienced candidates who are looking for that guidance. If you are keen to enhance your skills within the industry and be mentored - please click here to read more. Alternatively, if you are looking to provide mentorship to others within the industry click here for more information.

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    Manchester Regional Meeting

    We are holding a meeting for our supporters of Safety4Good on Monday 11th March from 18:00 - 19:30. The purpose of the meeting is to update Safety professionals on progress made so far and communicate our three key goals for the programme. The meeting will be hosted by Rachel Butler, Balfour Beatty and Tim Marsh, Anker & Marsh. The venue is the Horse & Jockey, M21 9HS. If you are interested in attending and being an active participant in this event, please contact us via email on info@s4g.org.uk. If this location is too far from you, we are holding events in the South and the North West during March to facilitate as many people as possible. Full Address of venue: The Horse & Jockey, 9 Chorlton Green, Manchester M21 9HS

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    Midlands Regional Meeting

    We are holding a meeting for our supporters of Safety4Good on Tuesday 12th March from 18:00 - 19:30. The purpose of the meeting is to update Safety professionals on progress made so far and communicate our three key goals for the programme. The meeting will be held at HS2 HQ, B4 6GA and will be hosted by Emma Head - Safety and Assurance Director. If you are interested in attending and being an active participant in this event, please contact us via email on info@s4g.org.uk. If the Midlands is too far from you, we are holding events in the South and the North West during March to facilitate as many people as possible. Full Address of venue: Snow Hill Queensway, Birmingham B4 6GA

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    London Regional Meeting

    We are holding a meeting for our supporters of Safety4Good on Wednesday 6th March from 18:00 - 19:30. The purpose of the meeting is to update Safety professionals on progress made so far and communicate our three key goals for the programme. The meeting will be held at Landsec HQ, SW1E 5JL and will be hosted by Clive Johnson - Group Head of HSS. If you are interested in attending and being an active participant in this event, please contact us via email on info@s4g.org.uk. If London is too far from you, we are holding events in the Midlands and the North West during March to facilitate as many people as possible. Full Address of venue: 100 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 5JL

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    Society H&S Representative

    Donating time whilst effectively utilising your skillset We have been contacted by a few individuals who have recollected upon occasions where they have volunteered to assist an organisation with their incredibe industry knowledge. Providing Health and Safety services is not only significantly useful for the organisation, saving them money and ensuring the safety of all involved, but also provides you as a health and safety professional the opportunity to highlight your profession and extend your passion through a helping hand. A recent example that Alison Wright Reid revealed to us is that she is the H&S Officer for the Heathfield Bonfire Society, providing 3-5 hours of her time on a monthly basis ensuring that H&S standards are met and maintained so that the society can continue risk free and protected. Dedicating this time towards the society is imperative, Alison is protecting the members of the society and safeguarding it constructively. If you are looking to donate your time towards a trust similar to how Alison did but you don't know of any in your area, let us know and we will help you find a suitable organisation to help. If you would like to register the time you have donated please click here. Alternatively, if you are looking to donate your time or money click here.

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    Cal Rose – “1664 Yomp” - Royal Marines Charity Trek

    Cal Rose – “1664 Yomp” - Royal Marines Charity Trek Former Royal Marine Cal Rose has pledged to undertake the annual “Since 1664 Yomp” challenge, on behalf of “The Royal Marines Charity”, over the 2019 May bank holiday weekend. The Yomp is a fast-paced 166.4 km cross-country hike on the undulating South Downs coastal path ranging from Winchester, Hampshire to Eastbourne, East Sussex. The distance in km is a nod to the 1664 year of formation of the Royal Marines, whilst Yomp stands for “Your Own Marching Pace” which came to public prominence in 1982 during the Falklands when commandos marched long-distances across difficult terrain. Walkies! For the 36-hour non-stop yomp Cal will be joined by his friend, charity trek enthusiast Tom Sims, and very best friend “Beans” the Hungarian Vizsla, his 5-year old hound. Not content with his status as a first time entrant, Cal has set an additional challenge for man and dog. He hopes that Beans will the first dog to ever complete the gruelling course, at 103.4 miles it’s certainly longer than your average walkies and only very fit dogs like Beans should consider it. As Cal and his friends train, he will be documenting their progress on his just giving page (https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cal-rose) and Beans’ very own Instagram page (https://www.instagram.com/beanstheviz/), where there will be lots of snaps of the photogenic pup! No sleep till Eastbourne With Beans’ care to the foremost Cal has arranged for a vet to attend each 23-mile check point to check his welfare, whilst human medics will be on hand along with hot snacks for the weary. The challenge itself is no walk in the park, participants must go without sleep for the duration to ensure finishing in time, according to the official website (https://since1664.com/) it “is that tough that no serving or former Royal Marine who has attempted it has suggested it is easier than any of the famous Royal Marines Commando Tests.” The founder of the challenge and website believes this may possibly be the longest dedicated charity event in Europe. Participants are expected to maintain a relentless 3 mile an hour pace, something which may same easy at first but becomes ever more demanding as the miles, hours and sleep deprivation rack-up between starting on 0500 Saturday and finishing between 1200-1500 Sunday. Not all participants manage to finish the course, and conditions can greatly affect the outcome, in 2011 the failure rate was 75%, whilst in 2014 the success rate was 80%. All Terrain Training With such uncertain odds, Cal and his friends are taking training very seriously with a series of yomps in the build-up to the big weekend. Their training will include marching up Scafell Pike once, Mount Snowdown twice, tackling Lulworth Cove’s 18 mile “rollercoaster” route, taking the infamous 30-mile Royal Marines Commandos test on Dartmoor, and even climbing South Africa’s Table Top mountain. Cal aims to cap these weekend yomps to 50 miles maximum at their longest to ensure that they retain their energies for the main event. What it’s all for Cal strongly believes in the objectives of “The Royal Marines Charity” (https://theroyalmarinescharity.org.uk/). In their own words they “are uniquely placed to understand, respond and react, enabling Royal Marines and their families to overcome their challenges including life changing injury, life limiting illness, mental disability, transition to civilian life and even poverty”. In tribute to the challenge Cal has set himself a target of £1,664 and welcomes any amount of donation whether big or small. Cal has already garnered the support of his employer and colleagues at R&M Utility & Civil Engineering Services, where he works as a SHEQ & Training Centre Manager based in Devon. Fellow industry professionals have also got behind him, and one health and safety organisation are promoting his cause over at https://www.safety4good.com. Cal hopes that anyone inspired by his team’s endeavours will circulate this story as widely as possible on social media, local media and any platform available to get the message out there and raise much needed funds. If you would like to donate and to hear from Cal in his own words, please visit https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/cal-rose. Don’t forget to keep checking this site and Beans’ Instagram page (https://www.instagram.com/beanstheviz/) for regular progress updates! Many thanks for reading. ​

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    Tough Mudder 2019 - Principal People

    This year, the team at Principal People are raising money for Safety4Good through the gruelling, muddy and labour intensive adventure that is the Tough Mudder! Having previously tackled the Tough Mudder in 2018, we aim to get more team members involved this year in the hope of raising an admirable sum of money for Great Ormand Street Hospital. Get behind us by supporting GOSH through Safety4Good. WHY TOUGH MUDDER? Not only is it an intensely fun challenge and a great team event, but it is a perfect situation to support and lend a helping hand to team members. On reflection from 2018, every participant mentioned they experienced a moment where they didn't think they could succeed an obstacle if it were not for the assistance of a colleague. GREAT ORMAND STREET HOSPITAL Last year we based our challenge for our Operations Directors son, Oscar, who has Spinal Muscular Atrophy type 1. SMA is a rare genetic disorder which causes muscles to atrophy over time. Very sadly, this devastating disease is the biggest genetic killer of infants in the UK. SMA type 1 affected children, have historically had a 5% chance of survival past the age of 2. Most type 1’s are never able to sit unsupported and never develop the ability to crawl or walk. Due to Great Ormond Street and the incredible work they do, Oscar along with many other children across the world, has had access to the first drug of its kind as a treatment for the symptoms of SMA. In November, he turned 3, sitting for 12 minutes unsupported on his birthday! Not only are Great Ormond Street hugely personal to us at Principal People, but the work they do as world class health professionals for children is unprecedented. Great Ormond Street Hospital for children need to raise £90 million each and every year to contribute to life changing research, vital equipment and facilitate much needed redevelopment. Pictured above - the Principal People team after completing Tough Mudder in 2018.

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    Lands End to John O'Groats - Moped and Monkey Bike

    We are now only days away until Simon Bliss - Trustee and MD of Principal People, sets off upon his monumental journey from Lands End to John O'Groats (the real deal with rain, sweat and tears, not in office!). Simon will start his journey on Sunday 7th April and he alongside his 'posse' will be travelling via monkey bike and moped. As you can imagine over a countrywide route, he will be faced with all sorts of weather conditions, exceptionally beautiful scenery and i'm sure he will have many weird and wonderful stories to tell from the experience. This gruelling journey is in aid of raising money for a portfolio of charities which include Great Ormond Street, MIND, and the Grenfell Tower via (Heads Together). As well as raising money for those exceptional charities, Simon is passionate about raising the profile of Safety professionals and the great work that they undertake every day to support their communities and society as a whole. The New Year is a perfect opportunity to make a difference, let's combat any negative portrayal of the Safety industry, it is a remarkable and passionate profession. Support him today, whether you're donating money or sharing his adventure, all help is appreciated. To get involved via donation: ​

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    Helping the community - Ringwood Summer Sounds

    We recently received a fantastic example of a health and safety professional helping out a local organisation with their industry knowledge. When adding value to a charity or organisation, your time is just as effective as monetary donations. This was certainly the case when Karl Simons assisted in ensuring the safety and risk evaluation of a nearby school's summer festival. When Karl found out that the Head Teacher was having doubts about proceeding with the event due to all posed risks, he volunteered to offer his advice and skillset to make sure that the day went ahead. A small act of kindness and a few hours of his time meant that the school could proceed with their event, 'Ringwood Summer Sounds'. This story highlights the generosity and willingness to help that health and safety personnel carry as an attribute. If you want to help the Safety4Good foundation but you don't know what you can do, take a look into your community and understand what you could do both personally or professionally. If you would like any assistance with finding an organisation to assist, please let us know and we will match you to a local charitable organisation.

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    Helping the Salvation Army at Christmas

    Christmas is a time that generally people look forward to and enjoy and cherish with their family and loved ones. Unfortunately, this isn't a reality for everyone. Countless people such as the elderly, those in need, and the homeless community spend Christmas alone and in undesirable situations. Claire Saunders, Head of Health & Safety at Essex University and a supporter of Safety4Good, spent some of her Christmas volunteering with the Salvation Army to provide Christmas dinner for around 80 people who otherwise, would have spent christmas time alone. Her act of kindness brightened up the lives of all of those people, making their day special and memorable and giving those people the opportunity to make friends and enjoy themselves. Claire sent us this story to encourage others to contribute. She said she got a huge amount of gratification from the process and genuinely made some good friends. Claire also was reluctant for us to mention her name as she wanted the story to be about the needy not about her. This is typical of your profession of selfless givers (but we did talk her into using her name - well done Claire). www.salvationarmy.org.uk This is just one of the many stories we received over the Christmas period where health and safety professionals gave up their time to help those in need. If you would like to do something similar, let us know and we will contact a local charity for you. If you would like to tell us about something you've done to help your community or what you plan to do, we'd love to hear so please contact us on info@s4g.org.uk.

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    Helping the Homeless of Derby

    Following the launch of Safety4Good, one of the first examples we received as to how humbling and dedicated to giving safety professionals are was from Mark Meakin, Head of Health and Safety at DMW Environmental Safety. Mark contacted us in reference to time that he has given to the Derby City Mission Charity, who are are a Christian charity founded in 1989 initially as a debt advice service. They now offer many services for people in crisis and support them via their homeless night shelter. Mark helped the charity during December 2017 up until April 2018 by volunteering to make breakfast for the homeless community on a fortnightly basis. He is also planning to support the breakfast initiative again this year from 2018 - 2019, however, is now offering to provide health and safety training and he will be reviewing risk asssessments and the fire procedures as well. This is a wonderful example of how your time can change the lives of so many people as well as the organisations dedicated to helping people. The health and safety community are selfless givers and we are very proud to promote Marks hard work. To support Mark and the Derby City Mission, please visit their website www.derbycitymission.org.uk

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    Completed Cycling Mission - Virtual Lands End to John O'Groats

    After cycling a jaw-dropping 900 miles, the virtual journey from Lands End to John O'Groats has been completed by the Principal People team! The team delivered an excellent performance and are so happy to have completed the challenge within the expected time. The team have raised almost £500 from this challenge and are hugely thankful to everyone who got behind us and supported them in raising money for Safety4Good. The Principal People team are soon to reveal their next challenge to raise money and awareness for S4G. Watch their video to find out about why they are supporting Safety4Good by clicking here

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    The Virtual Cycling Mission

    And we are off! Today is the start of The Principal People Foundation's 900 mile journey cycling the distance of lands end to John O'Groats on their in-house exercise bike! This virtual tour is their first fundraising activity for Safety4Good since the launch of the website on Friday. Stay tuned for updates as to distance cycled and how we are doing. Please support them by donating to our Virgin Money page https://bit.ly/2Qapj5t.

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    What can you do?

    If you are interested in helping Safety4Good (S4G) and one of our portfolio charities, but don't know what you can do, take a look at the below examples provided by our team. How to raise money: - Sponsored sports match - rugby, football, badminton, tabletennis, water volleyball etc - Marathon... whether it be a marathon of films or a proactive 5 mile run, ask someone to sponsor you - Volunteering - helping your chosen charity, selling merchandise, raising awareness, adding joy to people's lives - Cake sale... not only will you be a very popular colleague, but this idea is a remarkably successful method to raising money quickly - Raffle or competiton - this is a fun and engaging way to fundraise which is suitable for family, friends and colleagues - Facing your fears! This idea is niche, but could help you gain a reputation for being strong willed as well as helping to raise money for good causes. An example of this is if you are afraid of heights, skydive, if you are afraid of spiders, hold one. - Steps challenge - challenge your team to a competition, who can do the most steps within a week? Winner gets a prize and everyone else donates. Don't forget, S4G also accepts donation of time. When you donate your time to either your chosen charity or one from our portfolio, we will record the number of hours spent per person and record the difference your dedication has made to an organisation.

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    Virtual Land's End to John O'Groats

    Back at the Principal People HQ, we have promised to cycle a whopping 900 miles on our in-house excercise bike to raise money and awareness for Safety4Good. Bradley is practising here but we start our "journey" properly on Monday 3 December at 8AM. Simon Bliss will start the peddling and hand over the relay to another member of the team at 830. We'll keep you updated with a daily update on our progress on the "virtual map". See how much we've raised so for or donate via our VirginMoneyGiving page.

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    Sailing Tournament

    To raise money for the RNLI, a great challenge suggested to raise money has been a sailing tournament. What an excellent incentive, we hope the best man or woman wins!

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    Cake sale!

    The Principal People Foundation has held a charity bake sale to raise money and awareness for Safety4Good. This is a great idea! The cakes look lovely too...

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    The Mud Run - Raising Money

    The Principal People team are embarking on a very messy but extremely fun muddy run! Each participant has donated £10 to participate as well as providing donations from friends and family, which will be collected on the day. ​

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    What will you do?

    What are you going to do to raise awareness and money for your industry? With the support of the industry, we can achieve a huge contribution to great causes

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    Our Mission

    Our wish and our mission is to make a difference to the lives of many by reciprocating the significance of those who work and take an interest in health and safety. Every day Health & Safety practitioners go to work to ensure their colleagues, clients, and the communities they serve are safe at work and in any interaction they have with the organisations they work for. Health & Safety professionals make up 0.2% of the working population and they passionatley look after the remaining 99.8%. This programme is to celebrate their work and raise the profile of this extraordinary profession.

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    THE LAUNCH

    The Principal People Foundation are pleased to announce the launch of their campaign Safety4Good. Our website is LIVE! We cannot wait to make a difference to the deserving health and safety professinonals. It's time to make an impact.

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