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Blades for the 14MW turbines for the Sofia offshore wind farm, previously known as Dogger Bank Teesside B, are to be constructed in Hull.
Whilst first-aiders have existed for around 120 years, the skills and principle of rapid medical response have existed since at the latest Ancient Greece.
Here are some important first aid techniques every employee should be aware of.
Scotland’s first long-span delta bridge is set to be completed this summer after modular bridging firm Mabey secured the contract to replace the crumbling existing crossing.
A strategic partnership has been formed between industrial maintenance and series provider Bilfinger Salamis UK and blade repair and maintenance specialists GEV Wind Power.
US Technology giant Amazon has announced nine new utility-scale wind and solar energy projects.
The UK government has announced a new blueprint to deliver the world’s first low-carbon industrial sector.
Research by the OWIC shows that most of the jobs will be created in parts of the country that urgently need levelling up.
Confined spaces are among the most dangerous industrial environments seen in any workplace, and where much of your risk assessment and safety policies should focus.
In an extraordinary but much smaller case, the Ever Given situation was almost re-enacted this week on the River Arun in West Sussex.
Bechtel has partnered with Hexicon to demonstrate innovative offshore wind technology for large-scale floating power generation projects off the coast of the UK.
The North Sea’s largest offshore wind turbine, Triton Knoll, has spun into action, generating electricity for the first time.
The UK offshore wind sector has been given a major boost by the announcement that construction will start this year on two new wind turbine ports.
During an active emergency, time is critical, and the longer an injured or seriously ill person is left without medical care, the greater the chance of a tragedy.
HS2 rail project engineers have released plans for the latest headhouse which will provide ventilation and emergency access to the 10-mile long Chiltern tunnel.
Researchers have stated that there are 1,600 wind turbines currently in use that will need to be decommissioned by 2030.
A new report has predicted huge growth for the offshore wind sector across the globe, with the annual value of the global wind O&M market set to grow by 16 per cent a year.
New research published by Drax Electric Insights revealed that in 2020, nearly 42 per cent of the UK’s electricity came from renewable sources.