Archive April 2013

HSE Under Review

Employment minister Mark Hoban has announced a review of the Health and Safety Executive, as part of the Government's commitment to reform the public sector, reports the SHP (Safety & Health Practitioner). There is a substantive review at least every three years to ensure that their functions remain necessary, and should be delivered independently of the Government.  The review will assess whether there is a continuing need for the HSE's functions, as well as whether it is complying with...
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Basis of new CDM Regulations Explained

Update April 2015: For an explanation of the CDM 2015 Regulations now in force and what they mean for you, see our CDM Knowledge Base. On March 13th 2013 the Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC) received a presentation from HSE on the revision to the CDM 2007 Regulations. The presentation has now been published on the HSE website - CDM Revised Regulatory Package Update. The declared objectives of the new regulations are: Implementation - current law 'under-implements' since...
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Asbestos Management Help

Asbestos is the UK's biggest workplace killer. The three main types of asbestos - blue, brown and white asbestos - can still be found in the workplace. There is no safe level of exposure and all types are dangerous. Around 4,000 people die each year from mesothelioma and asbestos related lung cancer - 11 people for every day of the year. This is greater than the number of road accident deaths. Before the death rate declines, up to a quarter of a million people in Britain may have died from asbestos...
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PPE & Tower Crane Message From The HSE Forum

You may wish to note that The Health and Safety (Miscellaneous Repeals, Revocations and Amendments) Regulations 2013 came into force on 6 April 2013.  These Regulations have removed thirteen measures that have either been overtaken by more up to date Regulations, are redundant or do not deliver the intended benefits. Further information is available on HSE's website. The measures removed include: Construction (Head Protection) Regulations 1989 The Construction (Head Protection) Regulations...
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Ai Solutions Ltd

We are very pleased to announce that both Shirley (Radford) and Theo (Gray) are now Directors and majority shareholders of Ai Solutions Limited. This is the culmination of more than a year of planning and gradual handover and we consider it to be a large milestone in the 18 years the business has been in operation. This change in circumstances to Ai Solutions does not affect any arrangements we have in place with our customers or suppliers. Both Shirley and Theo have been providing support and stability...
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Newsletter - April 2013

The April 2013 edition of the Ai Solutions Newsletter is now available: April Newsletter.
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