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How Well Prepared Are You For Windfarm Incidents Or Emergencies? image

How Well Prepared Are You For Windfarm Incidents Or Emergencies?

In case of an emergency you must make sure that your response plans are tested and reviewed regularly throughout the year.

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Council Fined For Height Safety Failings

A local council based in Scotland was fined £10,000 for an incident which resulted in a worker seriously injured after a fall from a height.

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Workers Die After Being Exposed To Asphyxiation Hazard

The manhole the men were in hadn't been ventilated or purged before entry.

HFR Solutions CIC Community Interest Initiative - Humber Bridge Abseil image

HFR Solutions CIC Community Interest Initiative - Humber Bridge Abseil

On Sunday 10th September at 11am - Jason & Elizabeth Liversidge will abseil off the Humber Bridge, with the help of HFR Solutions CIC, The Humber Bridge & Humberside Fire & Rescue

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Lack Of Construction Workers Means Projects May Not Go Ahead

Recently industry experts have warned that HS3 was under threat because of the lack of workers available to complete the project.

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MEWP Industry ‘Working To Reduce Fatalities’

the IPAF’s accident reporting project is one way in which the MEWP sector is gathering data and trying to learn from incidents.

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Safety ‘Top Priority’ In Aerospace Manufacture

Safety covers everything from the safety of the workers at the facility, which means having the right safety mechanisms and procedures in place. 

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World’s First Floating Wind Farm In The Offing

A floating wind farm will allow energy to be harnessed from wind over water that is too deep to house normal standing underwater turbines. 

Renewables Could Power 139 Countries Entirely ‘By 2050’ image

Renewables Could Power 139 Countries Entirely ‘By 2050’

Benefits include reducing international power demand and relying less on other countries for fossil fuels.

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Floating Wind Farm Construction Underway In Scotland

The water here is so deep that traditional offshore wind turbines won't work.

Worker Falls Over 6m From Scaffolding image

Worker Falls Over 6m From Scaffolding

When did you last do a risk assessment for working at height?

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Emergency Response Plans - Save Lives Article

Emergency Response Plans are not just a requirement, they save lives.

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SOS Alerts Facility Added To Google Search And Maps Tools

The aim is to help provide as much information as possible about crises including terrorism and natural disasters as they happen.

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Drone Users To Sit Safety Awareness Tests

 You’ll soon have to register the details of your device and also sit safety awareness tests if you want to use a drone that weighs 250g or more.

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East Anglian Offshore Wind Farm Given Planning Permission

Business secretary Greg Clark gave consent to the plan which is thought will produce 1200 megawatts.

UK’s Most Dangerous Professions Revealed! image

UK’s Most Dangerous Professions Revealed!

A recent study has revealed the most dangerous jobs in the United Kingdom and you may be surprised by the results.

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Competition Launched For New Subsea Inspection Methods

In a bid to help make Subsea Inspection Methods a safer and more effective process, the OWA has launched a competition.

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A Quick Business Guide To Flood Risk Assessments

In the past week flash floods hit parts of Cornwall, with dozens of homes on the south coast evacuated after thunderstorms affected the region.

Falls From Height ‘Second Most Common Cause Of Death At Work’ image

Falls From Height ‘Second Most Common Cause Of Death At Work’

According to a recent report, between March 2016 and March 2017, 137 people suffered fatal injuries in the workplace.

Heights: Biggest Safety Failing For Construction Workers. Says Study image

Heights: Biggest Safety Failing For Construction Workers. Says Study

Over the past five years, there have been 97 fatalities caused due to injury from falling from a height.