Tag Archives: Safety

NBS Construction Leadership summit to discuss Safety and Sustainability

NBS Conference 2023

NBS has announced its Construction Leadership summit will have Dame Judith Hackitt deliver a keynote speech on the Golden Thread of information and progress on building safety. The summit will take place on October 17, at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, and the one-day summit will cover major industry …

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AG launch “SafeDay” campaign programme

Cathy Reid HR Business Partner with her family showcasing why its important to her to have a safeday at work.

AG (formerly Acheson + Glover) leads the way in committing to a positive health and safety culture across the company, with the launch of the “SafeDay” programme for the entire 200 strong workforce. The specialist building products business with manufacturing locations in Fivemiletown, Toome, Ballygawley, Dunganon and Carryduff chose October …

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Health and safety investment by Russell Roof Tiles

Russell Roof Tiles is first to adapt to health and safety changes

Russell Roof Tiles has once again proved it is leading the charge, becoming one of the first concrete roof tile manufacturers to adapt to new health and safety standards ahead of schedule. The latest ISO (International Organisation for Standardisation) 45001 Standard for occupational health and safety, had its guidelines revised …

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CEMEX launches Mayor’s revolutionary scheme

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A  scheme to remove the most dangerous Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) from London’s streets has been launched today by the Mayor Sadiq Khan, Transport for London (TfL) and London Councils. Khan visited CEMEX’s Stepney Concrete Plant today to see DVS lorries in action. All of the vehicles that CEMEX operates …

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Frank Key delivers with Midlands’ first five star safety lorry

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The £125,000 L-series vehicle is designed to improve the safety of road users, including pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists. Innovations include a ‘city safe’ window in the passenger door, increasing visibility for the driver and helping to reduce road risk in busy cities. The vehicle qualifies for the highest star rating …

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DHF implores for training and compliance following death of child

Tamworth-based trade association, DHF (Door & Hardware Federation), has called on the industry to ‘do better’ with regards to training and compliance, following the tragic death of a six-year-old boy who was crushed to death by an automated gate. The horrific incident took place in an underground carpark on Leylands …

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Helberg Safety Range comes to UK

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Part of the Hultafors Group’s portfolio of premium brands for professional tradesmen and women that includes Snickers Workwear, Solid Gear safety footwear, Hultafors Tools and Dunderdon fashion workwear, the Helberg Safety range of specialist PPE equipment is now available in the UK. A selection of their products including earmuffs and face protection …

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Slowdown in April showers

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Drivers are being urged to take care on the roads if they get caught in a sudden April shower. The motoring experts at LeaseVan.co.uk have put together their top tips for driving in wet conditions during Spring. They suggest slowing down on wet roads and making sure there is adequate stopping …

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Marley helps contractors reduce working at height risk


As a new Government report puts working at height safety in the spotlight, Marley has hosted free courses at its training centre in Burton to help contractors stay up to date with the latest safety requirements and reduce the risk of falls on site. Delivered by Midland Roof Training, the …

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Fibo wall panels achieve Class 1 Fire Rating

Fibos Titan wall panels from its Traditional Range

Fibo UK has achieved a Class 1 fire rating on its Grey Concrete, White Tile Silk and Titan bathroom wall panels. The classification relates to BS 467 Part 7: 1987, which looks at the distance and time it takes for flames to spread across a surface. To achieve a Class …

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