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Industry Awareness

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Regional Groups

 There are currently 17 WWT Regional Groups operating across England, Scotland and Wales.



The regional groups have a deep understanding of their local environments and this allows the WWT groups to provide an effective regional as well as nationwide support for the all WWT members.

75% of all those injured or killed on building sites in the UK work for companies employing fewer than 15 people and the WWT groups provide an effective, experienced  information sharing and advice network through which these small companies and the self-employed can get relevant health and safety advice from those in the industry at little or no cost.

Our regional group members come from all trades, sectors and specializations across the construction industry spectrum and by joining a WWT regional group you can benefit from this extensive knowledge and experience of managing health and safety in construction across the WWT groups. You can also pass on your own skills; knowledge and experience in managing health and safety in construction to others and through your contributions to our WWT College and apprenticeship events also help shape and influence the construction industry workforce of the future!! 

The majority of people who attend WWT events go away saying that they have learnt something new and will be making changes as a result – they leave WWT events with information and go on to make changes that may help protect them in future.

We know that changes are indeed implemented following attendance at WWT events that in many cases, lead to noticeable improvement in health and safety among the smaller construction businesses. With over 4000 people attending WWT events each year - as many as 70% for the first time - this has to be good news and a great opportunity to make an impact!



Any organisations or individual wishing to join the Working Well Together initiative should get in touch with their local group in the first instance. More details on the WWT groups can be found from the list of links on the left or by clicking  the required region on the interactive map below. You can also contact contact Adebayo Ige to direct you to the relevant regional group contact.  

For information and advice about WWT in areas where there are currently no groups, please contact Adebayo Ige

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