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When working alone is not to be recommended …
Sometimes, you’re forced to take matters into your own hands to get a job done. Not if it involves climbing around on un-operated large vehicles though. Thanks to Chris Pearson for this snap
Balfour Beatty launches safety investigation after incident earlier this month
William Burkitt of Stiles Harold Williams Partnership sent this picture of a man who has obviously decided that one ladder is not enough
“Not only is the plank precariously balanced but there is also a significant fall as the windmill is perched above a rocky outcrop,” notes Clive Woodford, who took this photo while on holiday in Crete.
Govenment has set out an ambitious 10-year strategy but there are barriers that could put a brake on developing these high tech facilities
The number of people off work after being ordered to self-isolate is affecting supply chains and damaging productivity. But adopting sensible protocols can minimise disruption and keep your projects on track, says Origin COO Victoria Brocklesby
Building pathways into green careers could do much to attract much-needed new workers into the sector, says CITB chief Sarah Beale
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