NJS (Scotland), an asbestos removal company, has been fined £8,000 after one of its workers fell off a garage roof, injuring his back.
Philip Drinkwater from Prestige Roofing and Dean Glen from DDP scaffolding have been sentenced following a fatal fall from height at a property in Wimbledon.
Snickers Workwear promotes staying safe and comfortable on-site with its range of clothing.
A campaign called noVANber has petitioned the government to examine ways of preventing vehicle theft, by calling for a review of current vehicle theft prevention methods, tighter regulation when it comes to the selling of second-hand tools and greater minimum fines for those convicted of tool theft.
Ron Richardson Construction pleaded guilty to breaching Regulation 4 (1) of The Work at Height Regulations 2005 and was fined £18,000 and ordered to pay costs of £3,342.
New styles, new designs and Snickers Workwear’s most advanced work trousers yet – with four-way stretch
The collaboration will create British-made specialist leadwork and roofing tools
Makita UK has added the HS004G Circular Saw and JR001G Reciprocating Saw to its new XGT 40V Max range of high-performance cordless tools.
According to figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), over the last five years there has been an average of 36 construction-related fatalities to workers and five to members of the public. Almost 50% of deaths over the same five year period were due to falls from height.
Fifty-two percent of metalworkers admit they believe the tools they are using are not ‘fit for purpose,’ according to research from FEIN.