Health & Safety

Exmouth Tidal Defence Recommences

Construction work at the Exmouth tidal defence began in June 2019; however, the Environment Agency’s schedule included a pause

How Covid will Affect the Future of Public Spaces

Robin Barber of Arcus Global, explores how Covid will affect the way public spaces are designed and used in the long term.

Has COVID Changed Health & Safety Forever?

Lesley Macleod and Shachar Harari write about how the Coronavirus pandemic could have changed health and safety forever

Pagabo Announce Awards for £47bn Framework

Pagabo has announced the awards for its £47 billion, five and a half year, developer-led framework which went live on December 15th, 2020.

New Video-Enabled Protection Launches

SureCam and Peoplesafe have joined forces to create and develop the construction industry’s first lone worker service

Tradespeople Opening Up about Mental Health

A new survey has shown that around one third of tradespeople have experienced a mental health issue during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Construction Sites Need to Keep Customers and Staff Safe

Almost a year after the first case was detected in Wuhan, COVID-19 continues to have a far-reaching impact on the construction industry.

Work Begins on Dawlish Sea Wall

The second section of a new, bigger sea wall at Dawlish has been started it will protect the railway and town from rising sea levels

MBC Awarded Net Steps Funding

Maidstone Borough Council has been awarded £565,500 in funding as part of the UK Government’s Next Steps Accommodation Programme

Modular Construction and Fire Risks

Specialist construction lawyer Rebecca Harries-Williams discusses the potential pitfalls associated with modern methods of construction (MMC)