MARK DANIELS - Adviser on visitor and occupational health and safety at historic buildings, parks, gardens, coast and countryside

Work undertaken in 2014

January - February –- work for the British Heart Foundation (BHF) undertaking a health and safety compliance audit.

January - March -- work for Historic Scotland, helping to develop their arrangements for visitor safety management and tree safety management.

March - April -- work for the Norfolk Archaeological Trust reviewing health and safety arrangements, including site visits.

March -- advice provided to the Dunwich Greyfriars Trust on tree safety and informal play.

March - June -- work for the British Heart Foundation assisting with the process for recruiting a Health and Safety Manager.

March - June -- work for Historic Houses Association (HHA) Members to produce guidance on managing contractors and dealing with enforcing authorities.

June - July -- work for the British Heart Foundation, reviewing internal health and safety guidance.

June - November -- work for the Woodland Trust, undertaking an audit of their safety management system.

August -- work for Hoghton Tower Preservation Trust, Lancashire, assessing the safety implications of reopening pathways on the estate.

September -- work for Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye, advising on visitor safety and general health and safety management.

October -- work for the Office of Public Works at Phoenix Park, Dublin, auditing safety arrangements for deer management.

November - December -- work for the Woodland Trust carrying out a safety audit at the Glen Finglas estate in Scotland.

December -- work for the Office of Public Works at Phoenix Park, Dublin, developing existing arrangements and plans for deer management.

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