MEL Health and Safety Consultants
    

BBC Broadcasting House

Client : Seele

The New Broadcasting House Project is the BBC's largest capital development project ever. Its aim is to create a dynamic and flexible 21st century broadcast centre in the heart of London.   When complete in 2012, this 80,000 square metre structure will provide state-of-the-art production and broadcast facilities for BBC Audio & Music, BBC News and BBC World Service, and be the hub of the BBC's national and international live output.


At any one time, over ten million people across the UK will watch or listen to output from the new Broadcasting House, and every week at least 150 million people worldwide will tune into the BBC World Service networks.  The new Broadcasting House Project will also call upon top architects, designers and artists, in order to create a truly inspirational workplace for the organisation that aims to be the most creative in the world. It will also create a brand new landmark for central London.


M.E.L. (Health & Safety) Consultants Ltd are assisting our client by providing site inspections, attending meetings and developing safe working practices in all aspects of steel and glass installation.  We are also currently providing open CITB approved safety training courses to a variety of contractors employed on site, assisting Bovis Lend Lease in ensuring that all supervisors and managers possess the levels of competence outlined by the UK Contractors Group (formerly the MCG).