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Latest issue: January 2017

High Times Newsletter from Facelift
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  Latest News

How are you? - A helpful guide to taking better care of ourselves...

Access Photo of the Year Competition
How are you?
 
  Facelift helps emergency services hit the high notes to fight cancer

Facelift kit was brought in to assist in the filming of a very special music video earlier this month...

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Emergency services fundraiser
 
  200,000 new homes in Garden villages house building programme

The first ever garden villages, which have the potential to deliver more than 48,000 homes across England, have been given government backing...

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New homes  
  Think you have what it takes to become an instructor?

Due to increased demand for IPAF instructors, Facelift is currently on a recruitment drive. In order to be eligible to train as an IPAF instructor...

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Become an IPAF instructor  
  CPA - Ensuring safe site ground conditions

Build UK members, the BCSA and the STA have joined together with the FMB and NFB to promote the need for safe ground conditions on construction sites over the winter period...

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Needing safe ground conditions
 
  Minister helps launch HSE's new Health and Work Strategy

The Minister of State for Disabled People, Health and Work, Penny Mordaunt MP is supporting a new strategy for health in Britain’s workplaces...

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Penny Mordaunt MP
 
  London hospital trust paid £1.3m in asbestos compensation

One of London's largest health trusts has paid out more than £1.3 million in compensation to people who developed illnesses from asbestos while in hospital...

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Asbestos sign  
  Nearly half of all small construction sites fail HSE guides

Nearly half of all small construction sites it inspected in 2016 fell below standards in health and safety, worse than in last year's initiative...

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Construction site  
  Calling all snappers. Enter Access Photo of the Year for a chance to win €1,000

Facelift has teamed up with Access International magazine to run the Access Photograph of the Year competition...

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Win Euro1000  
  The Bottom Line

Volvo sentenced for worker fall from truck

Supervisor fined for exposing workers to asbestos fibres

Fined - Worker fails in his own duty to protect himself
HSE  
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