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Street artist Stik creates Britain's largest mural...

Construction economists predict four years of growth...
Art being placed by Stik
 
  Powis Castle extreme gardening with cherry picker

If you think trimming the hedges is a chore, be thankful you don’t have the foliage of Powis Castle to contend with. Gardener Dan Bull spends 10 weeks a year on a cherrypicker...

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Gardening via cherry picker
 
  IPAF - MEWPs the safest way to work at height

Preliminary fatal injury rate calculations confirm that MEWPs are one of the safest ways to perform temporary work at height, according to a new analysis from IPAF...

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Working at height
 
  Super-sewer mobilisation starts

Following Ofwat signing off the deal between Thames Water and Bazalgette Tunnel, construction contractors are now being mobilised to start work on London's £4.2bn super-sewer...

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Work on super-sewer starts
 
  ZT Safety Harness the safest fall safety harness

If you fall from height while wearing a conventional safety harness, 100% of the falling force will be directed to your groin area. But the revolutionary design of ZT harnesses eliminate...

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Revolutionary harness
 
  FMB issue warning over skills shortages

Two thirds of small construction businesses have had to turn work down because of skills shortages, according to new data from the Federation of Master Builders (FMB). It reports that...

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Skills shortages
 
  Do site managers need more training? Read the big debate in IPAF Elevating Safety

IPAF's latest issue features a closer look at how smart technology is advancing the safety of aerial equipment in an interview with IPAF president Andy...

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IPAF Elevating Safety magazine
 
  Free MEWPs operators safety guide

Get your free copy of our 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...

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MEWPs guides  
  Stay safe around asbestos with Facelift

Asbestos, once a widely used building material, is now known to cause everything from scarring of the lungs to fatal lung cancer. Its use was banned in 1999, but the danger has not passed...

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Asbestos
 
  The Bottom Line

Roofing contractor fined after employee fell through fragile roof

Scaffolding firm fined after worker killed in fall

Roofing company prosecuted over safety breaches
Worker death
 
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