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  • HSE Propose Reform to Competency Cards
    left site managers and businesses confused He recommended that industry bodies join forces to reform the cards and therefore dispose of the bureaucracy and tick box attitude that engulfs the construction industry The full interview can be read here Turner Access Health and Safety Manager James Church Dip RSA CMIOSH agrees with Mr White s recommendation He said I agree with this recommendation because at the moment there seems to be a card for a card for a card Moving forward I think bringing together the industry bodies is probably the only way to try and reform the system There are three key areas to revise in the overhaul of the CDM 2007 Regulatory package Firstly the role of the CDM coordinator White suggests this role being rolled into the job of the lead designer or project manager Mr White said People think of it as an individual who carries out this role but it is a corporate function that needs to be discharged and as such could be carried out by the lead designer project manager or client themselves which might deliver better value Mr Church further commented It could be amalgamated providing the designer client and project manager

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2012-archive/hse-propose-reform-to-competency-cards.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • PASMA States Zero-Tolerance Against Fake PASMA Training Providers
    ensure that they are being trained by a genuine approved centre We take this matter very seriously and are adopting a zero tolerance approach to these fake PASMA training firms to ensure we maintain the credibility that the industry expects We urge anybody considering PASMA training to double check the authenticity of the company and if in any doubt to contact PASMA PASMA is the only recognised industry recognised training

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  • No Change to Work at Height Regulations (2005)
    better understanding of the WAHR to help ensure businesses adopt proportionate controls for work at height The guiding principle of Turner Access is achieving Best Practice in Access and Scaffolding and with 25 years experience we have the expertise to provide guidance and advice on what is required by law when working at height We adhere to the principle of Best Practice through every facet of our business from the

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  • Working At Height Under Inspection by the Health and Safety Executive
    of September The majority were found to be managing health and safety appropriately however work was stopped immediately on several sites with 15 Prohibition Notices served because proper precautions were not in place for working at height The targeted campaign was in response to the continued loss of life and serious injury arising from falls from height In the 12 months to April 2012 49 workers lost their lives on construction sites in the UK with falls from height being the most common cause of fatal injuries Jeanette Reuben HSE Head of Unit Construction for Scotland Yorkshire and the North East said Whilst the initiative was primarily to raise awareness of the problem of unsafe working practices it is of serious concern that such a significant proportion of sites visited were undertaking work at height in a dangerous manner Straightforward practical precautions are well known in the industry Safe access equipment is readily available for purchase or hire and there is no excuse for workers and the self employed to put themselves in a position of danger when working at height Turner Access products are all safe methods of work incorporating collective protection Collective Protection prevents the risk of fall

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2012-archive/work-at-height-flagged-by-hse.aspx (2016-02-12)
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  • Health & Safety Executive Introduce Controversial Fee for Intervention (FFI)
    there has been a contravention of health and safety law serious enough to require them to notify the person company in material breach of that opinion in writing The government believe that FFI will Encourage businesses and organisations to comply in the first place Put matters right quickly and Discourage those who undercut competitors by not complying with the law and putting people at risk Geoffrey Podger HSE s Chief

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  • The HSE Publishes Their Construction Division Plan of Work for 2012/2013
    any risks involved with solar capture equipment installation of photovoltaic and solar heating technology on small sites are being controlled Mr Philip White Chief inspector of Construction summarised the new publication by saying This plan re affirms the Construction Division s commitment to improving health and safety in the construction industry We recognise that we cannot achieve the improvements alone and look to all those in the construction industry to

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  • Working at Height Put under Safety Spotlight
    fatal injuries During September inspectors from the Health and Safety Executive will be visiting sites across Scotland Although the initiative will primarily be aimed at those working on the external parts of buildings the initiative will be looking at all work at height The purpose of the initiative is to remind those working in construction that poor standards are totally unacceptable and could result in enforcement action Archie Mitchell one

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  • HSE updates Work at Height Guidlines for Paper Industry
    of enforcement notices being served in relation to work at height activities in 2011 A good health and safety management system will identify work at height tasks and put in place measures to prevent falls BEFORE work at height starts Work at height includes the risk of falls from low heights where a person could be injured as well as the more obvious risk of falling from higher heights such

    Original URL path: http://www.turner-access.co.uk/news/industry-news-items/2012-archive/new-guidlines-for-working-at-height-in-the-paper-indusry.aspx (2016-02-12)
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