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What is an ‘F10’ and how to complete one
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 state that some construction projects must be notified to the authorities.
Whether you offer a product or service, more and more customers are opening their eyes to the climate crisis and what they can do to ensure that they are doing their part in helping reduce the environmental impact on the world.
The HSE have recently provided an update in respect of the proposed changes. Our article will explain the key element of proposed changes under the bill.
The Permit-to-Work System ensures that work is carried out safely and efficiently. Learn why these tools are important in this USP guide.
Building and Fire Regulations led by Dame Judith Hackitt following the Grenfell Tower Fire, the UK government has published the draft Building Safety Bill.
In this article we will explain the roles and duties of a Principle Designer (CDM) and how it is applied to construction works.
If you are a contractor working in the construction industry, you need to demonstrate to your existing and prospective clients that you ensure the Health, Safety and Welfare of your employees, other contractors and anyone else who may be impacted by the work that you are doing.
It has been a year since the UK Government advised people to work from home where they could, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the majority of companies, meeting your Health and Safety responsibilities can seem like a heavy burden. However, you are not on your own!
Health and safety. As a business owner or leader, a responsible person in any capacity, it’s a part of your job; and speaking frankly, what could be more important than ensuring the safety of your workforce?
As the UK slowly emerges from the Covid 19 pandemic and its subsequent fallout, businesses are now taking a close look at what the “new normal” way of operating will look like, and how this arrangement will develop in the medium-to-longer term.
To say the world as we know it has changed would be somewhat of an understatement. Where we once crammed onto public transport at rush hour, buses and trains now stand almost empty at 7am, as the world settles in to working from home.