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Facelift trains over 46,000 workers

New Facelift Access Guide
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  CITB Fraud Investigator helps police prosecute construction con-woman

The CITB has successfully secured a conviction against a woman accused of construction card fraud...

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IAPAs
 
  Our 2016 Access Guide is here -
Free download


Choosing access equipment just got that little bit easier with the launch of our new access guide...

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Access guide 2016
 
  MEWP fatal injury rate remains constant, although fleet size and utilisation increase

The fatal injury rate for mobile elevating work platforms has remained constant, even though the total MEWP...

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  Changes to CSCS cards

CSCS is implementing a number of changes to their card scheme to comply with the Construction Leadership Council's decision that...

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CSCS cards
 
  PASMA launches new advanced course

PASMA has launched a new advanced training course: Towers with Cantilevers. Developed after extensive consultation with...

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Towers with cantilevers
 
  Worldwide MEWP rental fleet grows by 4%

New research from IPAF has shown that there are now 1,170,000 MEWPs in the worldwide rental fleet, up...

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Rental boom
 
  Congratulation to F100 winner – Wayne Beer

The winner of this month's F100 Photography competition is Wayne Beer, from Kent, whose company used a Bronto S50XTD-J...

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F100 winner  
  The future of plant hire? – World's first printed 3D Excavator to go on show

Next year's Conexpo construction machinery trade show is set to feature 'the world's first fully-functional 3D printed construction excavator'...

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3D printed excavator  
  Work with us!

As the business continues to go from strength to strength, Facelift is recruiting for a number of roles at depots all over the country...

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We're recruiting  
  Mystery surrounds how cherry picker ended up in canal

A cherry picker left in a canal had people in Dudley scratching their heads last month. The machine was...

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Scissor lift in canal
 
  The Bottom Line

Two companies fined after disturbing asbestos

Employer fined after employee falls through fragile roof

Company fined after worker falls five metres from flat roof
Asbestos
 
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