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  • Turner Access Scaffolding & Access Specialists Glasgow
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    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/octo-250-betaguard-component-breakdown.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Turner Access Scaffolding & Access Specialists Glasgow
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    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/octo-250-std-config-component-breakdown.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Turner Access Scaffolding & Access Specialists Glasgow
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    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/beta-tower-std-config-component-breakdown.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • U.K Construction Industry Output Forecast to Rise in 2015/16
    medium term Dr Noble Francis Economics Director for the Construction Products Association said Private house building is forecast to rise as it benefits from a strong property market supported by rising real wages increased mortgage availability and government policies such as Help to Buy However public house building activity is expected to fall sharply 10 in 2015 and 5 0 in 2016 due to the negative impact of cuts to

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2015/uk-construction-industry-output-forecast-to-rise-.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • HSE Confirms the U.K as one of the Safest Places to Work in Europe
    fatally injured at work between April 2014 and March 2015 a rate of 0 46 fatalities per 100 000 workers This compares to last year s all time low of 136 0 45 fatalities per 100 000 workers HSE Chair Judith Hackitt points out however that every death is a tragedy She said It is disappointing last year s performance on fatal injuries has not been matched but the trend continues to be one of improvement Our systems and our framework remain strong as demonstrated by our performance in comparison to other countries Every fatality is a tragic event and our commitment to preventing loss of life in the workplace remains unaltered All workplace fatalities drive HSE to develop even more effective interventions to reduce death injury and ill health The new figures show the rate of fatal injuries in several key industrial sectors 35 fatal injuries to construction workers were recorded a rate of 1 62 deaths per 100 000 workers compared to an average of 45 deaths in the past five years and a decrease from the 44 deaths recorded in 2013 14 33 fatal injuries to agricultural workers were recorded a rate 9 12 deaths per 100

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2015/hse-confirms-the-uk-as-one-of-the-safest-places-to-work-in-europe.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • CITB Calls For Construction Card Fraud Crackdown
    the Construction Industry Training Board CITB and the Construction Skills Certification Scheme CSCS is part of a drive for construction firms to adopt new technology which will make it quicker and easier to identify fraudsters All 1 4 million CSCS cards have microchip technology embedded in them which allows a site manager access to a wealth of information about each worker including their qualifications Despite the availability of new technology 69 of respondents said they were still checking cards using a paper based system with only 6 using smart technology Braden Connolly Head of Product Management at CITB said Producing or using cards fraudulently can constitute a criminal offence Increased action is needed to stamp out the fraudsters which is why we are calling on industry to adopt new technology to help tackle this problem CITB will continue to share intelligence and work with the authorities wherever the evidence suggests criminal activity is taking place CSCS Chief Executive Graham Wren said Thorough card checks must be carried out before allowing workers on site and employers need to ensure workers have the correct qualifications for the work they do More and more people are realising technology such as a CSCS SmartCard

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2015/citb-calls-for-construction-card-fraud-crackdown.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Construction Industry Reports Eighth Straight Quarter of Growth
    SMEs civil engineers and manufacturers all enjoyed growth in output for the first quarter of 2015 with further expansion anticipated throughout the year The increase was led by the private housing sector with 54 of firms on balance reporting a rise in output followed by the private commercial sector where 23 of firms on balance reporting rising volumes of offices and retail work Dr Noble Francis Economics Director at the Construction Products Association said Activity rose in the first quarter of 2015 compared to a year earlier according to 50 of contractors on balance Furthermore increases in orders and enquiries indicate that the construction industry s longest expansionary streak in six years is set to continue over the next 12 months Stephen Ratcliffe Director of the UK Contractors Group said The continued growth in construction reported by the latest survey is encouraging and hopefully the clear general election result will help minimise any impact on work pipelines Rising costs continue to reflect skills shortages and the need to focus on recruiting and training new people into the industry Richard Beresford Chief Executive of the National Federation of Builders added Companies are finding that prices agreed during leaner times have risen

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2015/construction-industry-reports-eighth-straight-quarter-of-growth-.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Working at Height Regulations Ten Year Anniversary
    clarified and defined a number of key points including What is Work at Height A place is at height if a person could be injured falling from it even if it is at or below ground level What Are the Hierarchy of Control Measures The Regulations set out a simple hierarchy for managing and selecting equipment for work at height They state that if work at height is unavoidable duty holders must do all that is reasonably practicable to prevent anyone from falling placing collective protection advanced guardrails over mitigation options harnesses Who do the Regulations Apply to The Working at Height Regulations applies to employers the self employed and any person who controls the work of others Amended in 2007 and simplified in 2014 the Working at Height Regulations continue to be effective today with employers in control of any work at height activity obligated to ensure work is properly planned supervised and performed using the correct access equipment Although falls from height continue to be the greatest cause of workplace fatality in the U K today the Work at Height Regulations 2005 clearly state the rules that can be followed to reduce the risk of fall Key takeaways

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2015/working-at-height-regulations-ten-year-anniversary.aspx (2016-02-12)
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