Behavioural Safety Programme 2018

Health & Safety

Wilson James is fully committed to health, safety and wellbeing. We should all expect to go home safe and healthy at the end of each working day.

Today, we launch our Behavioural Safety Programme. As part of our wider Time for Safety framework, this is a brand new initiative which focuses on safety behaviour.

Download our Behavioural Safety Booklet

Led by Senior Management, designed and supported by the HSW team, this initiative is driven by our commitment to continuous improvement of our Health and Safety training and will deliver behavioural safety training to all employees by 31 March 2019.

Next steps

You will be invited to a one-hour presentation at your office or site. This session will explore why individuals carry out unsafe acts, by discussing the events leading up to an accident and looking at the possible consequences of an accident.

Senior Management, supported by the HSW team, will present several case studies, identifying why accidents occur, and how they can be avoided. We will also discuss the strategy to determine if all accidents can be avoided.

Please make every effort to attend the presentation at your office or site – this is important and could save a life or prevent injury.


COVID Update – October 2020

This month we wanted to provide updates on health and safety requirements, as well as information on our latest mental health initiatives following Mental Health Awareness Day on 10 October. 


Working Time Directive

On 3 November, we will impose a flag in Timegate on all employees who are currently working more than 48 hours average but have not opted out.

Growing the Business

Wilson James acquires The Security Group (TSG)

We are pleased to announce that Wilson James has acquired The Security Group (TSG) as part of a long-term strategy to provide our clients with holistic solutions to their security and guarding needs.