Next IOSH Managing Safely course dates

April 3rd, 2018

We are looking to run our next IOSH Managing Safely course on the following dates in April, based at the Freeman Creative Hub: -

Dates are 12th / 13th, and 17th / 18th April.

Registrations and course payments must be cleared by April 10th. Please book through Becky - Office Manager - on 01472 470614

First new updates

April 3rd, 2018

Yes, happy birthday to the new-ish office - been here just over a year now, so a reminder of the new-ish address - M16, Freeman Creative Hub, Nelson Street, Grimsby, N.E. Lincolnshire, DN32 7DS.

PHONE - 01472 470614

I’ll be looking at having sections updated with these new contacts, and removal of the OSHCR logo asap - I can’t do this myself, so it won’t be swiftly completed !!


April 3rd, 2018

I will be attempting to update the site as from now - to the very limited level of my IT skills on here - April 2018  - as I had been locked out for quite a while, so lots of stuff is out of date.

Main thing to note is that I am no longer OSHCR registered at this time, but still retain my IOSH Chartership.


August 14th, 2013

We have been taken on as advisors and suppliers of safety documents to local businesses who are members of a local E Factor Business Hive, based in Grimsby. The first surgery for free advice takes place on Tuesday, September 10th - Business Hive, Dudley Street, Grimsby - 9am to 1pm.


July 30th, 2013

We’ve taken the plunge after another busy year and moved into bigger office premises - Heritage House, 12A Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby, N.E. Lincolnshire, just off the A 180, and loads of customer / course attendee parking that is lockable and totally secure. We have an on site training facility that can hold up to 20 persons in any training session, and full disability access and facilities to hand. The registered office postal address will remain as before, but the office phone contact number has now changed to 01472 470614 as from 30th July.

We will be publishing an updated list of courses and will also be publishing dates of IOSH courses for the remainder of 2013 very shortly.

Otherwise our first class service remains unchanged, and we seek further new clients to add to our ever growing list of satisfied clients.

New contract !

July 27th, 2012

An instant result after our recent acquisition of Black & White (UK) Ltd - we have just been awarded a prestigious 12 month contract to provide safety advisory services to the national distribution centre at Armthorpe, Doncaster, for Ikea. We would be happy to quote for other similar prestigious work for other highly qualified professionals on our books. Talk to us in confidence - to obtain further information on our services and abilities to resolve safety situations, do not hesitate to contact us on 01472 313979 / 07977 448540., or mail on

More details on other clients and contracts can be found at

Company acquisition - 1st July 2012.

July 18th, 2012

Glyn Atkinson Safety Services are proud to announce the buyout of a health and safety company based in Market Deeping - Black & White (UK ) Ltd.

With this buyout now being complete, we are seeking new contracts further afield from N.E. Lincolnshire, with the ability to train nationwide on construction based safety passport training requirements including refreshers and management certified training.

More details will be published in the near future.

We also welcome Mr Tony Rose, another NVQ 5 qualified trainer and advisor onto the team here. Tony also has his own training arm - Passport Safety Training Ltd. with a dedicated training premises central to Grimsby, just off the main entry road (A180) into the town. Tony has vast overseas and national experience with well known international companies and has recently returned from training IOSH courses in Malaysia.

This acquisition and safety partnership will enable us to help all current and future clients with all of their safety training requirements and advisory services from one source, from reliable and trustworthy providers, well known and trusted in the industry.

We also have another local training facility to provide south bank based PASMA training, along with a north bank provision for driver training and forklift starter and refresher training for employees, using another alliance partner’s training premises in Hull - National Forklift Training Ltd.

Exciting times ahead as our team grows and we offer more facilities and provision of safety services to clients, past, present and future.

Contact us on 01472 313979 for a competitive quote for your safety requirements.

Let us keep you compliant !

Company expansion news !!

March 29th, 2012

Exciting times ahead, as we are currently negotiating with another H&S consultancy company to take on their assets and client portfolio from June of this year.

We hope to announce soon in which geographical area we are going to be expanding, with the ability to provide safety training and consultancy in another set location, which will be in a central position to the area’s catchment area of food factories and local / regional businesses.

Keep looking at the news feed for updated information as soon as we can release it.

More success at the National GAU Auto-Care Conference

March 29th, 2012

The company successfully exhibited for the second year earlier this month at the palatial setting at Celtic Manor Golf Club, Newport , South Wales.

Safety documentation systems and templates were shown to new clients and old clients were able to see newly created examples of safety training that is pertinent to the garages and motor factor members of the national group - GAU Auto Care.

News was handed out in regard to the new charging fees legislation that will run out by HSE Inspectors on a nationwide basis, concentrating on companies that may not be legally and safely compliant in their work methods and documentation.

Several companies took advantage of our Spring offer to take advance bookings for safety documentation, with a 30% deposit and 70% on completion.

We also took names for forthcoming IOSH Managing Safely courses, so that clients have qualified staff completing their site risk assessments.

The GAU endorsement will be an important part of our portfolio of clients for the rest of 2012 and beyond, as we build more relationships with their membership.

We have also been provisionally asked to provide a safety information session at next year’s Conference seminar after the trade fair, and we are delighted to provisionally accept this prestigious offer to speak to all those attending the seminar.

Additionally, the company have been in negotiations to provide safety legislation update articles to two of the motoring fraternity publications.

All in all, an excellent conference attendance for us, and once again we appear to be bucking the recession trend, by offering top class safety advice and documents, with superb pricing and full insurance back up for all of our work.

New National Contract - GAU Auto Care.

May 17th, 2011

After several months of negotiations, and an appearance at their National Trade Show in Birmingham last month, we are privileged to announce that Glyn Atkinson Safety Services are now the approved supplier of safety consultancy and advisory services to the GAU Auto Care group of companies.

GAU work in garages and motor factor outlets to provide parts, goods, advisory services and approved training to many garages and network motor factors in the UK.

Glyn Atkinson, founding partner of GASS said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for us to show what we can do on a national level. Like many of our clients, old and new, GAU trust us to deliver a top quality health and safety service in Lincolnshire and beyond.”

Want to know more?
Tel 01472 313979 Mob 07977 448540

Outstanding uptake of IOSH course dates.

October 25th, 2010

More places are now having to be made available due to work rotas from one of our larger commercial clients. This means that two more courses are being run up to the end of 2010.

Dates now available:
- 2nd to 5th November
- 15th to 18th November
- 22nd to 25th November
- 6th to 10th December
- 13th to 16th December.

Excellent training in a quality venue. If you wish to book any of the remaining places on any of the dates, please contact Louise, the course administrator, on 01472 314144.

We are also looking to run 1 day IOSH Working Safely courses in the New Year, so watch out for announcements for that course with dates very soon.

Want to know more?
Tel 01472 313979 Mob 07977 448540

UKRLP - UK Register of Adult Learning Providers

August 20th, 2009

The registration as an adult learning provider of the UK is now live. The services page will now be updated for clients viewing.

Visit the services page

UKALP - New Membership Approved!

August 18th, 2009

Glyn Atkinson has been approved to become one of the members of UKALP - The United Kingdom Adult Learning Providers. This membership is aimed at gaining further kudos within safety training establishments and will assist in different sectors of business.

New Association Brings Further Training Opportunities!

July 22nd, 2009

Within the next week, Glyn Atkinson Safety Services will be able to offer IOSH Managing Safely training for a local client base within 50 miles of the Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, home base location.

We are currently discussing a partnership agreement with 2 third parties, firstly to provide the training in a legal form with the correct IOSH licence in place, and also with a local premier training venue that can also provide quality accommodation and course refreshments for course attendees.

One further training alliance is currently being discussed, based around the Peterborough area.

With all of these opportunities being presented, these are exciting times, and negotiations are also ongoing for more technical authoring work for new training courses in the near future.

So, watch this space for more details, or if you want to know more, then ring 07977 448540 for more news and pricing information - could be a real chance for a bargain for your safety training programme!

Our free phone consultation system is still available on the same number, and we aim to continue to serve our current and future clients to the highest professional standard at all times.

Cost effective safety solutions at all times!

Want to know more?
Tel 01472 313979 Mob 07977 448540

More fines from machinery failures on guarding!

July 8th, 2009

In the latest Safety and Health Practitioner, evidence is shown of fines given to firms failing to ensure that a safe system of work was in place.

Firm ignored advice by removing guards
A Cheshire precision engineering company has been prosecuted after it paid no attention to HSE enforcement notices, first issued in 2001, ordering it to replace safety guards on its machines.

David Norton, the HSE inspector who investigated the case and prosecuted it in court, told SHP that on a routine inspection  in May 2007 to its factory in Hyde, Greater Manchester, it was discovered that the guards on several milling machines, large table-sized machines used to shape metal, had been removed.

Inspector Norton said management at Crest Engineering had taken a “deliberate decision” to remove the guards on the milling machines. “Safety guards are there for a reason and, by not providing them, the company put the lives of its employees in danger,” he said.

The HSE first served the firm with an enforcement notice in 1999 for failing to have in place a safety switch on a machine. When inspectors visited the site again in 2001, they found safety guards missing on several machines, and so served eight enforcement notices.

On a visit by inspectors in 2002 to check on the firm, these notices appeared to have been complied with, but on the routine visit in May 2007, this was found not to be the case. Witnesses said that although the guards were initially provided following the visit in 2001, they were removed or put out of use after a short period.

Crest Engineering pleaded guilty at Trafford Magistrates’ Court on 23 June to breaching s2(1) of the HSWA 1974 by not ensuring the safety of its employees, and reg. 11(3) of the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 by failing to provide and use suitable machine guarding. It was fined a total of £13,000 – £10,000 on the first charge and £3000 on the second – and ordered to pay full costs of £3003.

The firm said in mitigation it had since complied with notices and advice from the HSE. It pleaded guilty at the first opportunity.

The inspector concluded: “Factory work can be extremely dangerous and so it is vital that the risks are reduced to a minimum. We will not hesitate to prosecute anyone who persistently ignores the rules, and I hope this case will act as a warning to companies who do not take health and safety seriously.”

Can you AFFORD the financial costs and bad press involved in one of these prosecutions?

Call us for our cost effective solutions.

Contact us on: 07977 448540 – For a free telephone consultation.