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PTSG scores at Everton’s new stadium

Premier Technical Services Group Ltd (PTSG) has been appointed for the delivery of a range of access and safety equipment and systems at Everton F.C’s brand-new stadium, at Bramley-Moore Dock. Everton F.C. confirmed its £500 million stadium plans back in ...

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EMCOR UK recognised for its commitment to protecting its employees

EMCOR UK has won an International Safety Award from the British Safety Council in recognition of its commitment to keeping its workers and workplaces healthy and safe during the 2022 calendar year. Now in their 65th year, the International Safety ...

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Record number of organisations receive a British Safety Council International Safety Award 

The British Safety Council has revealed the winners of its prestigious International Safety Awards for 2023, with the highest ever number of organisations around the world receiving a highly prized accolade for their work in health, safety, and wellbeing. This ...

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Developers sign Gove’s remediation contract to fix unsafe buildings

Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Michael Gove has secured the signatures of the country’s biggest housebuilders on the developer remediation contract. Thirty-nine developers – including the top 10 biggest housebuilders in the UK – have signed ...

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International Workplace and DPD shortlisted for SHE Awards

International Workplace and DPD are delighted to announce they have been shortlisted for the prestigious SHE Awards, in the category of the Safer Logistics Award. The award recognises the most impressive achievements in a safety campaign or project throughout the ...

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Emergency evacuation measures putting disabled workforce at risk

A new report from evacuation chair specialists, Evac+Chair International, lays bare how the safety and lives of the UK’s disabled workforce, and those dealing with access barriers, are at risk in an emergency. Titled ‘Risky Business‘ the study found that ...

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Briton pledges performance with enhanced 2000 door closer series

Briton, a leading specialist in door controls and exit hardware, has launched its newly enhanced 2000 door closer series, adding augmented versions of its highly renowned 2003 and 2003V overhead door closers to its UK portfolio. The 2000 series, designed ...

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Head of UK safety body calls on MPs to ‘oppose’ REUL Bill

The Head of the UK’s leading health, safety and wellbeing organisation, British Safety Council, is calling on MPs to “oppose” attempts by the UK Government to remove thousands of regulations which protect people at work and as consumers, when the ...

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Businesses ‘must go further’ to ensure EV charging safety

Testing, inspection and certification firm, Bureau Veritas, is urging businesses to go further to ensure safety surrounding electric vehicle (EV) charging. There are currently more than 940,000 plug-in cars registered in the UK and the sale of new cars and ...

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Government urged not to scrap or relax Working at Height Regulations

The Scaffolding Association is calling on the Government not to scrap or relax Working at Height Regulations. The Revocation and Reform Bill which is currently being passed through Parliament includes over 2,400 laws and regulations which are being considered following ...

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