Posts tagged with 'hse'

UKATA Asbestos Conference - 4th July 2019

Taking place at The Jurys Inn, East Midlands Airport 4th July, The UKATA Asbestos Conference Conference 2019 allows delegates the opportunity to hear from experts in the
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Construction Company and Director Fined for Unsafe Removal of Asbestos

A construction company and its director have been fined after failing to ensure the safe removal of asbestos during demolition work.Greater Manchester Magistrates’ Court
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NHS Trust Sentenced After Employees and Contractors Exposed to Asbestos During Refurbishment Work

Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust has been fined after refurbishment work undertaken in an accommodation block at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital exposed Trust employee
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Hoteliers Fined After Failing to Assess the Presence of Asbestos During Refurbishment

A Devon based hoteliers has been sentenced today after materials containing asbestos were disturbed during a major refurbishment at The Park Hotel in Barnstaple.Newton Ab
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HSE Connect - 20th February 2019

In a continuous effort to raise awareness of the risks associated to working with asbestos, conforming to legislation and safe working practices, UKATA accepted an invita
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HSE Launches Search for Acts and Messages of Kindness Towards Britain’s Builders

Members of the public are being encouraged to share messages and acts of kindness for those working in the construction industry, in the run-up to Valentine’s Day.Using b
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Safer Logistics to Ask the Awkward Questions

PRESS RELEASE: from the Health & Safety Event 06.02.19HGV drivers can face sleep, fatigue, drug, and alcohol problems among a wide range of driver health issues. Safer Lo
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Unlicensed Contractor Fined for Exposing Workers to Asbestos

A Norwich based construction company has been sentenced today for carrying out unlicensed asbestos cleaning work.Norwich Magistrates’ Court heard how the company began a
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HSE releases annual workplace fatality figures

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has today released its annual figures for work-related fatal injuries for 2017/18, as well as the number of people known to have die
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