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Construction site safety – what you need!

As we are well aware a construction site is full of potential hazards and dangers which require thorough management to effectively ensure the safety of everyone working on the site. As with the presence of large vehicles, pieces of equipment and power tools. With...

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New SHP legislation Update For Businesses – October 2020

  With the current uncertainty around Coronavirus and its impact on businesses health and safety policies, businesses have been left confused and challenged. We all have had to learn new ways of working in a more health conscious way. The way in which we work in...

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New Competence Regime For High Rise Building Workers

The Construction Industry Council has published a new competence regime for building a safer future, it is described as a blueprint to improve competence for those working on tall buildings - this is to drive culture change. The new responsibilities have come into...

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New Cone Collecting Vehicle For Better Work Safety

Recently spotted in the Midlands was a pioneering cone laying vehicle - the machine is currently being trialled on the road network by the Highways Care. This smart invention will of course eliminate the need for road workers to do the job which will increase...

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Has your business got the right tools for the return to work?

Stewart Gosling of RDD - UK importers for Mitsubishi Forklift Trucks, has raised that the way in which businesses return to work could be crucial. Gosling stated that in construction work - there is concern on the loads they move, the methods and equipment they use,...

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Construction Safety Week!

The 14th September marks the start of the Construction Safety Week 2020, this is run each year within the construction industry to try and help raise safety awareness and re-energise efforts to eradicate incidents which occur on construction sites. Of course any...

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Crane Users Must Prepare For New Guidance

New guidance for those using cranes has been published by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). It provides users guidance on the crane notification process and lighting and marking requirements applicable to cranes. The CAA have declared this to be applicable from...

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BIMsafe is a collaboration between Callsafe Services
and Cassidy Forsythe, combining over 60 years of experience
in the management of health and safety and 3D modelling.

CONTACT

BIMsafe Ltd
Yardley House
11 Horsefair
Rugeley
WS15 2EJ

BIMsafe is a collaboration between Callsafe Services
and Cassidy Forsythe, combining over 60 years of experience
in the management of health and safety and 3D modelling.

CONTACT

BIMsafe Ltd
Yardley House
11 Horsefair
Rugeley
WS15 2EJ

T 0800 772 3605
E info@bimsafe.co.uk