We pride ourselves on working collaboratively as we know that we are much stronger when we all work together for a common goal
HTG are members of the South Yorkshire and Humber WWT group. This is industry helping industry and working in partnership with the HSE. Our target audience are micro businesses. We organise events to share best practice in H&S within the industry.
If you need to know anything H&S related then this site has everything you need.
A great resource and often has FREE resources to access, some are shown below.
Our goal is to improve cross sector collaboration, promote positive change and bring together our fragmented industry for the benefit of all involved in construction in the region.
Gosschalks hold a number of breakfast events and attend our HTG group meetings.
They update members on all things construction law related and are available to answer any burning questions.
Inspiring and preparing young people for the fast-changing world of work.
The Humber LEP Skills Network brings together key agencies, stakeholders and delivery partners that will provide leadership to the employment and skills agenda in the Humber. The Network will be used to cascade information about the skills plan, consult on its contents and involve providers in its delivery.
A fantastic resource and full of really useful information about the local labour market.
The Fairness, Inclusion and Respect (FIR) programme is an industry-wide initiative that aims to make workplaces better for everyone.
The IT Trainer has worked with many members over the years, helping to put in bespoke systems and processes.
They have also carried out 1:1 training with individuals that has helped to improve productivity and efficiency.
Contact Andy Hogg and tell him you are a HTG member and he will look after your needs.
Roy Glover helped HTG to build the website through coaching the GTO through the process of building a site from scratch.
He also supports many companies and clients on a 1:1 basis and does a lot of work remotely, which works fantastic in current times.
Mention you are a HTG member and Roy will give preferential rates
The CDM Wizard is a free app, available for smartphone, tablets (iOS and Android devices) and can be used on your desktop computer or laptop. It helps you to plan and organise your construction job, and work together with others involved to make sure that the work is carried out without risks to health and safety.
All sites you make with Mobirise are mobile-friendly. You don't have to create a special mobile version of your site.
Mobirise offers many site blocks in several themes, and though these blocks are pre-made, they are flexible.
Here you can access many FREE resources to help you make sure that when you attract people to your business you look after them so they stay!
E-learning modules and video toolbox talks are available.
If you are able to donate any spare materials or tools to the HCH then please get in touch with them.
MakerspaceHull allows anyone to explore their creativity in arts, science, technology and engineering - independently or collaboratively.
Hosted in Hull Central Library, the space has state of the art manual, digital and electronic equipment, skilled staff providing support and workshops, as well as space to create, invent, explore, learn, think and exhibit.
COVID-19 Setting up and operating a safe construction site is aimed at site managers and supervisors who are required to set up and operate a construction site during a pandemic. Its content though is applicable to anyone who works in, or interacts with construction sites.
This course will help to prepare you for managing the health, safety and environmental aspects of a construction site during a pandemic.
This eCourse provides access to:
- interactive online course material
- an online end of course assessment
Supported internships enable you to access trained, enthusiastic employees at no cost to yourself. Break down barriers to employing people with disabilities, with full support, whilst developing a diverse and positive workforce.
We are the only charity that provides financial and emotional support to the construction community and their families who have suffered an injury or long term illness or simply need a helping hand. We receive no public funding and rely on the generosity of those within in the industry to help us continue our vital work. Shocking statistics show that there is still much work to be done to improve the safety and emotional wellbeing of our construction community, but we can only do that with your support
The NGA Personal Development Club exists for one simple reason, to help you get better at what you do, every day.
The video tutorials will take no more than 7 to 10 minutes. You will be able to practice skills needed to;
Handle a conflict, Give improvement feedback, give effective praise, empower your team with delegation, handle personal criticism, listen properly, get to the point when you communicate, be truly open to feedback, say no at work, hold people accountable for their actions, hold a performance review, and get alignment from multiple people in meetings.