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The North Sea’s largest offshore wind turbine, Triton Knoll, has spun into action, generating electricity for the first time.
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.
New research published by Drax Electric Insights revealed that in 2020, nearly 42 per cent of the UK’s electricity came from renewable sources.
Biomass power generation in the UK has continued to rise steadily over the past decade, from under 2.5TWh in 2012, to almost 20TWh in 2020.
Recently, there have been reports of a difficult rescue operation of miners trapped by an underground explosion in the Shandong province of China.
The Renewables Infrastructure Group (TRIG) has bought a 17.5 per cent stake in the Beatrice offshore wind farm.
The application for the Hornsea Project Three offshore wind farm off the coast of Norfolk has now been given the go-ahead
It was announced last autumn that an offshore ‘area of search’ was being assessed for a maximum of 116 turbines, which equals that of the existing Rampion wind farm.
The UK Government has granted planning permission for the construction of the Hornsea Three offshore wind farm in the North Sea.
GE Renewable Energy has been named the preferred turbine supplier for Dogger Bank C, the third phase of what is to become the largest offshore wind farm in the world.
The global pandemic has put many businesses under financial pressure and it’s understandable that companies in this situation will be looking for ways to cut costs.
HFR Solutions COVID-19 Update - we have had to take the regretful decision to suspend all training delivery with immediate effect.
Here are some first-aid skills that are important to hold in the workplace.
Organisations need to ensure that adequate and appropriate fire safety procedures and measures are in place to minimise the risk of injury or loss of life in the event of a fire.
Employees working at height require support, adequate work schedules, access to suitable equipment and PPE and comprehensive rescue plans
The offshore wind industry is to provide millions of pounds in funding for the Ministry of Defence (MOD) to test new technology.
The HSE has published the statistics on health and safety at work in Great Britain for 2020 highlighting the immense cost of workplace injuries to both businesses and the economy.