Laddertag contains a pre-use ladder checklist guide, space to record a ladder reference number and information on how the ladder is intended to be used.
The RoSPA awards are graded at merit, bronze, silver and gold levels and recognise the continuous improvement in accident and ill health prevention at work.
If the forklift is considered dangerous, the insert can be removed from the holder to display a prohibition message stating that the forklift is not safe for use.
Didier Roux, Vice-President in charge of Research and Innovation for Saint-Gobain, speaking at the Saint-Gobain Innovation Centre in London during the week of Ecobuild 2014. As one of the world’s top 100 innovators, Saint-Gobain tackle some of the biggest challenges of our time through our R&D programme. In his presentation to a[…]
The amendment to Part L1a 2013 requires any building in England undergoing SAP assessment to use SAP 2012 to prove they are compliant.
For new homes, Part L 2013 represents a 6% aggregate uplift in CO2 targets compared to the 2010 requirements, whilst for new non-domestic buildings, the regulations provide a 9% aggregate uplift. Part L regulations only apply to new builds and are part of a government scheme to achieve zero carbon homes in the next two[…]
Should a scaffold fail an inspection or is deemd unfit for use, the insert can be removed from the holder to display a prohibition status to warn workers that the structure is dangerous to use.
Our Video of the Week comes from Alpha Heating Innovation and provides a demonstration on how its new ARES Tec 900kW commercial boiler was used at a community college for a rapid warm up time. News of the week includes how construction workers are being hit hardest by real hourly wage cuts of 13.4% between[…]
The courses will give insight into sampling applications, best practice, required resources for implementation and tips for sampling data to benefit material sales.
The company’s Commercial Manager, Mike Moseley will be participating in the debate, which forms part of the group’s Commission of Inquiry chaired by Paul Morrell OBE.