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01 April 2002 | SHE

HEALTH and Safety Minister Dr Alan Whitehead MP visited Johnston Roadstone’s award-winning Leaton Quarry in Shropshire last month to hear more about its industry-leading health and safety...

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01 March 2002 | SHE

PREVENTING deaths and injuries from industrial vehicles is the aim of a new research report from the Health & Safety Executive.

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01 March 2002 | SHE

THE Health & Safety Commission has published a new enforcement policy statement which, for the first time, sets out specific criteria for deciding whether to investigate and prosecute breaches...

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01 February 2002 | SHE

FOLLOWING hard on the heels of the recent proposals to reduce occupational exposure to vibration from plant and equipment, a new European Parliament Directive proposes to limit ambient daily noise...

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01 February 2002 | Quarrying

RMC (UK) Ltd have released their third Environmental Report — the first to focus specifically on the company’s commitment to sustainability and its new, more integrated approach to strategic and...

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01 February 2002 | SHE

Midland Quarry Products and Merrimans Ltd have both been formally cleared of breaching health and safety regulations following an incident in which a consulting engineer was crushed to death by a...

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01 February 2002 | SHE

AGGREGATE Industries UK Ltd swept the board in the recent Lancashire Minerals & Waste Sites Environmental Awards for 2001.

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01 January 2002 | SHE

School parties visiting the BBC ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’ exhibition at the Hancock Museum, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, are being given the opportunity to dig for real fossils.

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01 January 2002 | SHE

When Ayton Asphalte, part of the highways and utilities division of May Gurney, obtained permission to extract 250,000 tonnes of sand and gravel from Attleborough Quarry in Norfolk, they knew an...

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01 November 2001 | Quarrying

IT has been revealed that funds intended for environmental improvements in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are to be diverted to projects in England.

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01 November 2001 | SHE

NEW European proposals to reduce occupational exposure to vibration from plant and equipment will threaten the viability of many UK industries and put thousands of quarrying jobs at risk if they...

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01 November 2001 | SHE

THE US fighter and bomber aircraft which used to be a familiar sight at Greenham Common are to be replaced by birds and wildlife thanks to a partnership between West Berkshire Council and Tarmac...

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01 October 2001 | SHE

OVER 160 guests gathered in London last month to see Dr Alan Whitehead MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the DTLR responsible for health and safety, present the results of the Quarry...

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01 September 2001 | SHE

 

AGGREGATE Industries UK Ltd’s Back Lane Quarry near Carnforth in Lancashire has been awarded its first Gold Award for Environmental Excellence by the Quarry Products Association.

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01 September 2001 | SHE

THREE courses in England and Wales have been announced for contractors wishing to obtain a Contractor Safety Passport.

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