Housing Minister, Heather Wheeler MP has announced plans to update health and safety standards for rental accommodation.
Vivalda, one of the UK’s largest distributors and fabricators of architectural cladding systems has produced a short film urging architects, specifiers and contractors to think more carefully about whole-system specification
Mace's Judith Grant will address the rising concerns of mental health in the construction industry at the first St John Ambulance summit.
A new safety document entitled ‘Rescue of Persons from MEWPs’ has been published by the Strategic Forum Plant Safety Group (SFPSG), to provide guidance to facilitate work at height rescue plans
Devon Steel Fabricator has been fined £12,000 after young male construction worker fell through a fragile roof on a petrol station project in Barnstaple.
A new report has called on the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) to play a bigger role in empowering engineers to improve the safety of infrastructure
The construction firm visited St Patrick's R.C Primary School in Cardiff to educate school children about construction site dangers.
The Health and Safety Executive will be targeting construction firms across Great Britain to inspect the measures businesses have put in place to protect their workers from asbestos, silica and wood dust.
Airborne Environmental Consultants Ltd, the Leading training providers in safety and environmental consultancy have launched a training experience which enables delegates to virtually step into their award winning 'Hazard House'.
The government has announced new measures to support homebuyers, the building of more homes, to increase building safety and to create a commonwealth games legacy.
A new HSE campaign is set to tackle the dangers of site dust, as it targets the construction industry with a specific focus on respiratory risks and occupational lung disease
One of the UK’s largest residential property development companies has begun testing its site workforce for alcohol and illegal drugs use
To mark Fire Door Safety Week, a new survey conducted by Horbury Property Services has found that many fire doors in commercial and public buildings are not being used properly and could lead to safety risks in event of a fire.
Willmott Partnership Homes Ltd has been fined £1.2 million after exposing members of the public to carbon monoxide fumes.