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Manchester SME’s Guide: Health & Safety Regulations

CCR Magazine

Navigating the complexities of health and safety regulations is no small feat for Manchester’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Deciphering Your Safety Obligations Understanding the legal texts of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 can be daunting.

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Essential Advice for Bringing Your Construction Business into Compliance with Health and Safety Regulation

UK Construction Blog

The post Essential Advice for Bringing Your Construction Business into Compliance with Health and Safety Regulation appeared first on UK Construction Blog. Training Speaking of training, the training of staff can be essential to maintaining site compliance with health and safety regulations.

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OSHA Issues Final Rule for Jobsite Inspections

The Pro Builder

But when it comes to who's permitted to accompany the inspector, it's worth knowing that OSHA published a final rule on March 29 amending regulation (29 CFR 1903.8(c)) But when it comes to who's permitted to accompany the inspector, it's worth knowing that OSHA published a final rule on March 29 amending regulation (29 CFR 1903.8(c))

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New Building Safety Regulator boss steps down

Construction Enquirer

Former HSE director of construction, Peter Baker was picked two years ago to lead the new Building Safety Regulator set up in the wake of the Grenfell disaster. His decision to retire before the new body, which lies within the Health and Safety Executive, is formally launched next year was a surprise to many involved in consultations.

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Record low accident rates among NASC contractors

Construction Enquirer

The National Access & Scaffolding Confederation (NASC) has released its annual Safety Report showing the lowest rates of accidents among NASC contractor members since records began – indisputably proving that audited, regulated, NASC membership leads to safe scaffolding and access operations.

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New building safety regime: ‘Some people get it, some don’t’

Construction News

As the latest phase of the post-Grenfell building safety regime kicks in, CN talks to two of its designers about how the new regulator is taking to its role In April, the Building Safety Regulator (BSR), which sits under the Health and Safety Executive (HSE),… The post New building safety regime: ‘Some people get it, some don’t’ appeared first (..)

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Building Safety Regulator aims to recruit ex-police investigators

Construction News

The new Building Safety Regulator (BSR) is targeting former police officers to join its team and help bring criminal prosecutions.