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We are continuing to offer our clients assistance with Health & Safety and COVID19 compliance. If you require any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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IPAF PAL+

UKCG mandates PAL+ training for net riggers and steel erectors 2013/07/05 The UK Contractors Group (UKCG) has made PAL+ advanced operator training compulsory for net riggers and steel erectors working on UKCG sites from 31 October 2013. The training mandate is part of the UKCG’s policy to address the risk of entrapment when mobile elevating …

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UKCG tool kit stresses PAL + requirements

The UK Contractors Group’s mobile elevating work platforms good practice toolkit has been reviewed and updated to include additional guidance surrounding the selection of aerial work platforms and ground conditions as well as on IPAF’s MEWPS for managers course requirements and Powered Access Licence (PAL/PAL+) competence. First issued in January 2014, the tool kit specifically …

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Firm fined after a man fell through fragile roof onto concrete

A construction company was fined after a worker fell through a roof three metres onto a concrete floor below. On Friday 3 July, the Magistrates’ Court heard how the company had been contracted to refurbish a number of industrial units at Slough Business Park in the autumn of 2013. The work included cleaning and repair work to …

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New asbestos safety campaign

Health and Safety Executive launches new safety campaign as an average of 20 tradespeople die every week from asbestos related diseases Mark Harper at the asbestos campaign launch Tradespeople, including construction workers, carpenters and painters and decorators, could come into contact with deadly asbestos on average more than 100 times a year* according to a …

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