Children in Kent are encountering an integrated approach on to how facilities, including toilets, which will change the way they can access health facilities, thanks to Closomat.
A recent first aid survey by Bull Products, which focussed on the issue within the construction industry, has shown nearly 30% of workers have never been given first aid training.
The GAI has responded to the findings of the Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety and Dame Judith Hackitt’s interim report.
Kee Safety has announced the release of modular, off-the-shelf step-overs, designed to offer a safe means of access where obstructions exist on a roof.
Pik-a-Pak have had Steadfast’s KeeLine® lifeline solution supplied and fitted, ensuring employees who access the roofs will have sufficient fall protection.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) has released two new versions of its security glazing leaflets, which are now free to download online, with printed copies available on the company’s shop.
As reckless lorry driving continues to make the news, Aggregate Industries has stressed the fact businesses simply must pay extra diligence to guarantee the safety of their haulier providers.
Marketing manager at Closomat, Robin Tuffley, believes inclusion and accessibility access go beyond people solely with disabilities, but those with racial, religious, physical and mental considerations too.
Alcumus has released two new Association for Project Safety (APS) accredited courses, designed to offer businesses a better legal understanding and practical guidance on The Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2015.
Thirty years on from the King’s Cross disaster, Wrightstyle’s managing director, Tim Kemppster, remembers the tragedy and the redevelopment of the station.