Health & Safety Training

Fire Safety in the Workplace

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In our latest brief Thomas Carroll Management Services discuss the importance of completing a fire risk assessment. Fire Risk Assessment The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 applies to virtually all premises in England and Wales, with the exception of domestic … Continue reading

Employment Law Seminar l Friday 14 July

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Thomas Carroll Management Services are hosting a free employment law breakfast seminar on 14 July. Where? The seminar will take place at our Caerphilly office, Pendragon House, Crescent Road, Caerphilly CF83 1XX When? Friday 14 July 2017 from 08:30-10:30 CLICK … Continue reading

Thomas Carroll Employment Law Sponsor Wales HR Awards

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The first of its kind in Wales, the employment law team here at Thomas Carroll are proud to sponsor the drinks reception at the Wales HR Awards. The event takes place on Thursday 23rd March, SWALEC Stadium. Created by Wales … Continue reading

Four Reasons to Invest in Health and Safety Training

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From our experience at Thomas Carroll no matter what industry sector you work in, the nature or size of your business, the provision of effective health and safety training is a key ingredient in ensuring a competent workforce. It can … Continue reading

6 Top Tips for Spotting and Managing Stress at Work

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It’s National Stress Awareness Day and in this article we offer employers and employees top tips on how to spot early signs of stress and improve workplace stress. The way we deal with stress varies from person to person and … Continue reading

IOSH Managing Safely Course

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Thomas Carroll Management Services are hosting a number of four day IOSH Managing Safely Course in 2017, book your place today! The course is designed for people in supervisory or management positions in all types of organisations, who need a basic … Continue reading

Stress Counselling Helpline

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In our latest update, Thomas Carroll Management Services remind businesses and employees of the importance of managing workplace stress. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) define stress as ‘the adverse reaction people have to excessive pressure or other types of … Continue reading

Thomas Carroll Win National Award

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Thomas Carroll are proud to have received a national award for ‘promoting the profession’ at the annual Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Public Interest Awards, a grand event which was held in Spitalfields, London on 20th April. Filmed at Thomas Carroll … Continue reading

South Wales Safety Groups Alliance Conference 13th April 2016 – Prize draw winners

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Thank you to all who entered our prize draw at the conference yesterday, we are delighted to announce the following winners:   Family Ticket to Folly Farm – Rhiannon Lane- Advocacy Support Cymru Two tickets to Wales Millennium Centre – … Continue reading

It’s Stress Awareness Month here at Thomas Carroll

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Did you know that 9.9 million working days were lost to stress in 2014/2015?* Spotting the signs of stress early on and taking positive steps to manage it, could help you and your employer identify and deal with future matters … Continue reading

  • Auto Enrolment Workshops

    We run monthly workshops on work place pensions and auto enrolement at our office in Caerphilly, Hereford, Swansea and Haverfordwest. Please click here to view our workshop dates.
  • Guest Speakers

    Occasionally we will invite insurance partners and business advisers to speak at our sessions. Speakers are listed per seminar, please click the find out more button on the seminar table to the left.

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