We close the year with some really positive news.
The world economy and the UK economy are demonstrably in a very poor state. It is therefore doubly rewarding to report that we have beaten all of our 2008 targets for providing ToolKit, training and support and we finish the year in a strong position. We look forward to continuing to deliver the business benefits which come with our ToolKit Compliance System to all of our clients.
Our success is due, as always, to our loyal customers and their support of our products and services. Everyone at Ai Solutions is very grateful to all of our customers and would like to extend a heartfelt 'Happy Christmas' and 'Successful New Year' to each and every one of them.
As part of our training and development of staff, both Shirley and Nick have recently undergone training and sat their NEBOSH Construction Certificate Exams. This has given them a great deal of knowledge and insight into what those at the coal face have to endure.
The training has put us in a better position to advise in our liaison and communication with customers and they are both looking forward to the New Year for their results.
We are delighted to continue our support of an outstanding Christmas Puzzle organised locally to raise money for charities around the country.
This year's puzzle (the eighteenth) is available to download now from the Christmas Puzzle website.
So far, the puzzle has raised over £27,500 for various good causes, including at least £3,000 in each of the last four years. The puzzle should appeal to people who enjoy solving (former) broadsheet crossword puzzles. You have plenty of time to work on it so don't expect every answer to be obvious; however, unlike many puzzles that come out around this time of year, this one is designed to help you finish!
This is the second consecutive year that Simon from Ai Solutions will be competing in a team of four in a 24 hour Winter Mountain Bike race in Strathpeffer, Scotland. It is known as the World's only 24 hour Winter Mountain Bike race with 17 hours of darkness, freezing temperatures, ice, some snow, and gale force winds, and will be taking place in January.
The team will be raising money for the RNLI, and having competed in two 24 hour races this year alone, 2009 looks to be an even bigger success! If you would like to support the team and make a donation please go to http://www.justgiving.com/strathpuffer2009 . Any contribution is very much appreciated. Many thanks!
We regularly receive updates from our customers and contacts about changes to legislation, the latest rumours and so on. We try to be selective with what we pass on and acknowledge our sources as appropriate. If you have information of general interest in the Health & Safety, and particularly, CDM and Asbestos Management arena, then please let us know by e-mail if possible.