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  Latest News

Maintenance: IPAF Panel discusses maintenance problems in the industry

MEWPs for Managers

Facelift reaching the top of the News Agenda

  Make safety your New Year's resolution...

We've brought out a new series of FREE downloadable posters to ensure that work at height safety is always front of mind for our customers...


Make safety your New Year's resolution
  Join the Facelift Team in 2013

As ever, Facelift is always looking for fresh talent and if you want to join a team at the top of its game in 2013...


Jobs at Facelift
  Get snappy and win €1000 Euros: IAPA Photo competition

Time is running out to enter the International Awards for Powered Access (IAPA) photography competition, with a substantial prize of €1000 Euros to be won...


Get snappy and win
  2012 Highlights: Some of our favourite stories...

When it comes to working at height, there was lots to celebrate in 2012...


2012 highlights
  Great shot - £100 prize to F100 winner

Congratulations to Bruce Johnson at the Facelift Newcastle Depot for sending in this shot of their 46m Bronto, working at Fulwell Mill on some much needed maintenance work.


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F100 winner from Bruce Johnson
  HSE - Fights back with Myth busters

After years of being blamed for everything from bans on children playing conkers to workers not being allowed a microwave in the office, or batter scraps with Fish & Chips, the HSE is fighting back!


HSE fights back
  UK's biggest 'idiot on a ladder' crowned

The Ladder Association's 'Idiots on Ladders' campaigns has ended, with one worker being given the dubious honour of being the nation's biggest 'idiot on a ladder'.


UK's biggest 'idiot on a ladder'
  HSE Say firms must do better

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) ended the year by offering a stark warning about the consequences of poor health and safety practices in 2012, and urged firms to do better in 2013.


Firms must do better
  The Bottom Line

Roofers fined £3000

Worker falls 8m through fragile rooflight

No fall protection for worker crushed in crane incident

Bottom line
  Don't risk it! - too many people taking too many risks - Be properly trained

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