Latest Safety Alerts

A metal roof plate fell from an upper storey while being cleaned with a vibration needle gun. The plate slipped off the 20mm flange that was holding it.

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A domestic water leak caused underground subsidence. This was not identified until a team member walked on the area and the ground gave way beneath his weight and he fell a short distance into the hole twisting his back and knee.

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During a routine office inspection, we identified some of the fire extinguishers were past their five-year life cycle and either needed to be pressure tested or replaced.

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Latest News from Working Groups

  • The first meeting was recently held and the working group are focused on developing a simpler and more consistent approach to safety data collection and reporting across the industry.

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  • This newly created working group will meet for the first time in early May with the intention to agree the Terms of Reference and next steps. A full update will be provided in May.

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  • This month our working group will meet with Connexis to discuss their new version of the Electricity Supply Level 4 qualification, we will also begin to capture our group thoughts and start creating our operator training best practice guidelines.

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  • The first steps have been made to develop the StayLive Competency Card to replace the old Green Competence Passbook. The new card will be digital, use smart card technology, and hold an individual's training records and competency endorsements.

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Latest Updates of Guidelines

Work Control Procedures

The second edition of the StayLive Generation Plant Work Control Procedures was issued in June 2017 and is now available via the link below. The working group will re-convene in November to plan the 2018 edition review process.
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Latest Safety Alerts

A metal roof plate fell from an upper storey while being cleaned with a vibration needle gun. The plate slipped off the 20mm flange that was holding it.

Read more...

A domestic water leak caused underground subsidence. This was not identified until a team member walked on the area and the ground gave way beneath his weight and he fell a short distance into the hole twisting his back and knee.

Read more...

During a routine office inspection, we identified some of the fire extinguishers were past their five-year life cycle and either needed to be pressure tested or replaced.

Read more...


READ MORE

Latest News from Working Groups

  • The first meeting was recently held and the working group are focused on developing a simpler and more consistent approach to safety data collection and reporting across the industry.

    Read more...

  • This newly created working group will meet for the first time in early May with the intention to agree the Terms of Reference and next steps. A full update will be provided in May.

    Read more...

  • This month our working group will meet with Connexis to discuss their new version of the Electricity Supply Level 4 qualification, we will also begin to capture our group thoughts and start creating our operator training best practice guidelines.

    Read more...

  • The first steps have been made to develop the StayLive Competency Card to replace the old Green Competence Passbook. The new card will be digital, use smart card technology, and hold an individual's training records and competency endorsements.

    Read more...

READ MORE

Latest Updates of Guidelines

Work Control Procedures

The second edition of the StayLive Generation Plant Work Control Procedures was issued in June 2017 and is now available via the link below. The working group will re-convene in November to plan the 2018 edition review process.
Read more...

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