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IPAF+ Now minimum standard...

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  £20m awarded to 26 projects supporting on site training hubs

Funding in excess of £20 million has been awarded to 26 projects in England to support the development of construction on-site training hubs. The Construction Skills Fund aims to increase the number of people trained in construction, tackle the skills shortage and help build the homes and...

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  £500 apprentice support grant

As trailed in the CITB Business Plan in May 2019, from 1 August 2019 a £500 apprentice support grant is being piloted by CITB for small businesses taking on apprenticeships to help with initial costs. The support grant will be made available to all employers who pay no levy, or the reduced rate of levy, for every apprentice that starts college or begins...

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  Man hit on the head by falling hammer

A man has been taken to hospital after a hammer fell from scaffolding in Edinburgh and hit him on the head. The 52-year-old was walking in South St Andrew Street at 12:45 when the tool fell from a height and landed on him. The pedestrian is being treated at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary where the extent of his injuries are unknown. The Health...

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  ARG part of the AFI group of companies based in the middle east has invests in $5m USD of new Skyjack equipment

Leading powered access specialists in the Middle East, ARG have announced a major fleet investment with Skyjack. In total 55 machines have been ordered, comprising 35 Articulating Boom Lifts and 20 Telescopic Boom Lifts. The investment represents an ongoing commitment to provide...

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  Facelift Flashback: free WAH Ground Conditions safety poster

Six years ago we released a series of free to download safety posters. The sixth highlighted the need to take in to account ground conditions when operating MEWPs. Ground conditions can be affected by not only weather, with rain and...

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  Canairy app - Will it help?

Time to Breathe is offering Canairy, the world’s first free mobile app to help employers and workers minimise the risks of polluted air to outdoor workers. Built in partnership between British Safety Council andKing’s College London.Canairy, the highly innovative British Safety Council mobile app...

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  MEWPs Operators Safety Guide

Download or order your pocket sized safety guide to Mobile Elevating Work Platforms. Facelift have been a long time champion of safety while working at height and this project was spurred on by the need for a high quality guide that was easily accessible and more attractive to users. The guides will be...

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Chemical company fined after worker falls from ladder

Skylight fall results in prosecution

Roofing firms business partners sentenced
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