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BTME Debut for Britrisk Safety Limited

1.30am 21st January 2014 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Britrisk safetyBIGGA member Britrisk Safety Limited is pleased to be exhibiting at BTME 2014 for the first time. They will be providing free health and safety advice and details of their ‘Health and Safety Manager’ support service for golf clubs and the wider land-based sector.

Following the successful merger with Jon Allbutt Associates in May 2012, Britrisk has been successful in signing a number of high-profile clients such as Royal St. Georges and (recently in December 2013) Mytime Active. On March 26th 2014 Britrisk will be holding the inaugural Golfrisk 2014 conference together with partners Jelf Insurance and Warners Solicitors.

Managing Director Tom Searle said: “We have been working hard to establish the Britrisk name in the amenity industry and we look forward to consolidating our position as the leading Health and Safety Advisor for golf. We are listening very carefully to what the industry wants and as a result we have a number of innovative products and services that we are in the process of introducing.”

Technical Manager Jon Allbutt said: ‘I am delighted with the direction Britrisk is taking.  Britrisk Safety brings a wider expertise of health and safety management to the industry and we are able to offer clients bespoke services that they would expect from a ‘Health and Safety Manager’ including twenty-four-seven emergency help and support.”

Britrisk Safety Ltd, in association with the Greenkeepers Training Committee and Swan Golf Designs, will be running a Workshop ‘Keeping Your Golf Course Safe’ on Tuesday afternoon 21 January, commencing at 13.30 in the Crown Hotel.

Britrisk Safety Ltd

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