Health & Safety

Taylor Lane (Wales) is committed to its health and safety responsibilities, from manufacture to erection. We work with our subcontract erection teams to create site specific risk assessments and method statements (RAMS) to enable safe site work for every contract that is undertaken.

Our site contracts team project manages erection contracts from order stage through to completion. Not only does this keep control of timescales and quality of output but our site presence also allows for daily health and safety management and the continual monitoring of our erection teams.

All members of our contracts team are CSCS registered and within the department we have CPCS qualified lifting operations appointed persons and NEBOSH qualified personnel.

Every Taylor Lane (Wales)project has a dedicated project manager, separate to the contracts manager, who carry out the day-to-day site management.  Every erecting team has a Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) approved supervisor.

Taylor Lane (Wales) is also fully compliant with the STA Site Safe Strategy, promoting fire safety within the UK timber frame construction industry.

We are committed to the continuous improvement of health and safety standards in the UK construction industry, through product development and innovation, and by working with leading industry bodies. Our designers, working alongside our contracts and manufacturing teams, manage and design-out structural and erection issues, before they become a problem on-site.

We are reducing working at height all the time, evolving safer working methods and promoting best practise for our staff and erectors.

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