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Driver CPC and First Aid training
 
  Quality of service wins new sales for Facelift

Big business contracts aren't won just on price, but on quality of service. Firms such as East Village Management, and other big clients such as Jaguar, know...

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Quality of service
 
  ZT a leading light for Bouygues!

Bouygues Energies & Services group has brought on ZT Safety Systems – the brainchild of Facelift founder Gordon Leicester – to provide a bespoke safety solution for the street lighting group...

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ZT safety harness
 
  Emissions restrictions on plant in London

Plant equipment that doesn't meet strict emissions targets will soon no longer be allowed to operate in the capital. By this time next year only construction plant that meets Stage IIIB emissions regulations...

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London emissions restrictions
 
  New pocket card from the Access Industry Forum...

The Access Industry Forum (AIF) has launched a new pocket card to help those who regularly work at height. The AIF PocketCard explains...

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Pocket card
 
  Worker death on Eastbourne Pier

Work is due to resume on Eastbourne's fire-damaged pier following the death of a workman after falling on to the beach last month....

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Worker death at Eastbourne Pier
 
  Moog 230 put to the test on the River Tweed

From cleaning Buckingham Palace's windows to scaling Nelson's column, we're never ones to shy away from a challenge here at Facelift. So when we were asked to assist with a maintenance...

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Moog 230 in action
 
  Don't let Health and Safety 'rules' spoil the fun, says minister

Minister for disabled people, Mark Harper, spoke out last month, appealing to staff at events and attractions to not ruin people's enjoyment by imposing absurd rules...

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Don't let HSE rules spoil fun  
  Woman in toilet has narrow escape as scaffolding collapses

An Australian woman had a narrow escape whilst in a toilet cubicle recently, as she narrowly avoided being struck by scaffolding as it fell about 10 storeys...

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Narrow escape
 
  The Bottom Line

Brothers given custodial sentence for exposing workers to asbestos

Firm fined after dairy worker seriously injured in fall

Firms in court after Liverpool worker's life-threatening roof fall
Brothers fined...
 
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