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HSE calls for New Year resolution on health and safety blame game

Construction on the up, but skills gap widening
HSE calls for resolution
 
  January sale at Facelift

Facelift is offering 10% off to all High Times readers in January. This offer applies to all products apart from ZT harnesses. The minimum spend is £50...

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January sale
 
  PASMA pushes PAS 250

In an effort to improve safety and performance for low level work platforms, such as pulpits and podiums, all of PASMA's manufacturing members now comply with the requirements of PAS 250...

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PAS 250
 
  Facelift takes a trip to the cobbles

The Facelift team visited one of the most famous streets in Britain recently, after the Coronation Street production crew hired one of our Skyjacks...

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Facelift by the Rovers Return
 
  Construction on the up, but skills gap widening, says index

Construction firms continued to recruit staff at a fast pace in December, as the sector's growth remained robust...

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Construction up but skills gap widening
 
  One million PAL Cards issued + Prize draw

IPAF has issued the one millionth ever PAL Card, and to celebrate, it's calling on all valid PAL card holders to enter a prize draw...

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1,000,000 PAL cards issued
 
  Do we really care about health and safety?

Construction News' 'Big Debate' series, in conjunction with IPAF brings together a range of industry experts to grapple with the big issues in MEWPS...

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Do we care about H&S?
 
  Data from a study in the US reveals falls are still responsible for majority of deaths in construction.

New data from the USA's Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) says that approximately five construction workers a week are killed by falls from heights...

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Falls still responsible for many deaths  
  PAL cards go Smart - January 2015

In a move that aims to improve site safety, all PAL cards issued from 1 January 2015 will be machine-readable 'smart' cards...

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IPAF
 
  The Bottom Line

Four prosecuted after roof fall death

Unsafe roof work leads to fine for builders

Aircraft firm gets it wrong with work at height
Roof fall
 
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