I’m sure mine is not the only email regarding the article about the Arnolfini Arts Centre in Bristol (11 March, page 50).
On page 53 you show an engineer without his hard hat on, a worker without a hard hat who is also pretty close to the unguarded leading edge of a partially demolished floor slab and another operative climbing a ladder that appears not to be tied-in or propped. Then, on page 54, there are two further operatives walking through the site, neither of whom are wearing hard hats.
If these were isolated health and safety breaches on the day of your visit, why show them? If not, why did your article not mention them? You seem to jump on and off the health and safety bandwagon at your convenience.
Andy Tims, Turner & Townsend