Virtual Deed: West Bromwich - West Midlands
Purchased 5th June, 2008 by A.Debney
CLD HEALTH & SAFETY LTD:
Tel: 01384 230923 EMail:email@example.com Web: www.cldhealthandsafety.co.uk
CLD Health and Safety was formed in 2002 to assist small and medium size companies conform with health and safety legislation. A small company that genuinely cares about it's customers, and understands the pressures business owners are continually facing.
CLD offers a portfolio of health and safety services, from Health and Safety policies and procedures, risk assessments, audits and inspections, portable appliance testing and advisory service, responding to the needs of customers and current legislation. Health and safety services are tailored to meet clients needs, keeping them within the law and benefiting good employee relations as well as reducing the claims against accidents.
With new and updated regulations taking effect on a regular basis, companies need to be more aware than ever of the responsibilities they have to their workforce and others who may be affected by what they do or not do.
Health and safety can be a difficult subject to stay on top of at the best of times, and with today's "no win, no fee" personal injury litigation, the pressure to defend there position is essential.
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About West Bromwich - West Midlands
Information about West Bromwich - West Midlands
West Bromwich was first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, the name meaning "the little village on the heath of broom" (broom being a particular type of bush). It is believed that it may have originally been part of the Handsworth parish. A Benedictine priory existed in West Bromwich from the 12th century around which the settlement of Broomwich Heath grew. In 1727, the town became a stop on the coaching road between London and Shrewsbury and its growth began. In the 19th century, coal deposits were discovered, ensuring that the town grew rapidly as an industrial centre, with industries such as spring, gun and nail making developing. Most of the coal deposits were found below the ground a mile or so west of Broomwich Heath, and so the "new" town adopted the name West Bromwich. Well before the end of the 19th century, West Bromwich had established itself as a prominent area to match older neighbouring towns including Dudley and Walsall.
In 1888, West Bromwich became a county borough, incorporating the village of Great Barr. It was expanded in 1966, acquiring most of the borough of Tipton and Wednesbury urban district, before joining with the neighbouring county borough of Warley in 1974 to form the Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell.
The town is famous for its football team, West Bromwich Albion. The team won the league championship in 1920 and has won five FA Cups; the most recent in 1968. Albion were based in and around the centre of West Bromwich during their formative years, but moved further out of the town in 1900 when they switched to their current ground, The Hawthorns.
Engineering and chemicals are important to the town's economy, as it played a crucial part in the Industrial Revolution during the 19th century and still retains many manufacturing jobs to this day, despite a steady nationwide decline in this sector since the 1970s.