Health, Safety and Environment

Health & Safety

W W Builders (Wales) Ltd  will take all practical steps so as to ensure the health, welfare, and safety of all its employees, contractors, visitors and others involved on any project.

We have invested in our H&S accreditation and are members of many schemes including Constructionline and  SMAS which is the overall accreditation for demonstrating our Health & Safety competence as a Principle Contractor and gaining SSIP membership.

In order to assist us in continuing development and improvement of our health and safety policies and practices, WW Builders (Wales) Ltd employs an external  HSE Advisor to provide practical advice and carry out inspections on all of our current project sites.


As a building contractor, WW Builders (Wales) Ltd  recognises that its works may have considerable environmental impact, both positive and negative, which in the long term could affect the sustainability of its business and the local environment.

We are currently embarking on ISO 14001 accreditation  throughout our business. We are developing a management system, which  promotes a process of continuous improvement in order to minimise possible environmental impacts and enhance our environmental performance.

Our environmental policy establishes commitment, sets out objectives and targets, responsibilities and implementation throughout all operations including design, construction and office management.

Simple site waste management assessments are undertaken by ourselves for every new project we commence and again a simple , no-nonsense  Site Waste Management plan prepared to ensure that the volume of waste generated is kept to a minimum and that as much recycling of resources as possible is implemented.

We have introduced Waste Management Systems not only for all of our projects but also within our office structure in Dyfatty Park Industrial Estate .  These include full segregation of all waste and partnering frameworks with specific recycling companies throughout the Carmarthenshire area to ensure that as much resource is re-utilised as possible including all timber, plastic, hardcore and other arisings.