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National Trust says most of its historic sites at risk from climate change

The National Trust has called on the UK government to introduce new legislation that will recognise the need to adapt buildings, coastlines and countryside to cope with the impacts of climate change.

By Belinda Liversedge on 21 November 2023

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Flying away from risks

Unmanned drones could avoid the risk to life posed by using helicopters to carry out maintenance inspections of offshore wind farms. But much larger and more powerful models will need to be developed and approved for use to cope with the strong winds.

By Robert Garbett, Founder, Drone Major Group Ltd, and Chairman, Drone Delivery Group on 01 March 2021

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Stepping up to the standard

By Francis Camilleri, Chairman, Ladder Association Technical Committee on 01 March 2021

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A step up

By Access Industry Forum on 01 March 2021

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How do we get people to change behaviours to improve safety on our roads?

By Deirdre O’Reilly, National Highways on 14 November 2023

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Waste firm fined £3m after two workers killed in ‘avoidable incidents’

Valencia Waste Management Limited, formerly known as Viridor Waste Management Limited, has been fined £3 million after two workers died in separate incidents.

By Belinda Liversedge on 26 September 2023

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Why the Work at Height Regulations must be saved

By Peter Bennett OBE, Chair, Access Industry Forum (AIF) on 01 February 2023

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Mental health – the invisible adversary for HGV drivers

By Kate Gibbs, Road Haulage Association on 07 November 2023

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Should we feel more excited or scared about AI? Or both!

By Mike Robinson FCA, British Safety Council on 07 November 2023