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01 June 2004 | SHE

ENGLAND goalkeeper David James is leading the Quarry Products Association’s 2004 ‘Play Safe…Stay Safe’ campaign, which warns youngsters of the dangers of playing in quarries.

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01 May 2004 | SHE

CANTERBURY-based Robert Brett & Sons have won the premier restoration award at the ‘QPA Showcase 2004’ –– the annual event that demonstrates the industry’s efforts to minimize and eradicate...

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THE Countryside Council for Wales (CCW) and Hanson have signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at bringing benefits to nature conservation in Wales.

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01 February 2004 | SHE

THE British cement industry has committed itself to a dramatic reduction in the number of accidents at work, setting a target to achieve a 30% reduction in injury rates every year until 2010,...

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A NEW agreement has been signed between the British Marine Aggregate Producers Association (BMAPA) and the UK’s leading conservation charity, The Wildlife Trusts, to help protect marine wildlife...

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01 January 2004 | SHE

Brigade Electronics have won The Noise Abatement Society’s 2003 Award for Innovation for their application of broadband sound technology to combat the problem of noise pollution.

01 December 2003 | SHE

FOSTER Yeoman have been crowned top performers in this year’s Quarry Products Association Health and Safety Best Practice Awards, scooping not only the top award for overall excellence in health...

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01 December 2003 | SHE

THE Health & Safety Commission has published two consultative documents on proposed new regulations and guidance implementing the European Physical Agents (Vibration) Directive.

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01 November 2003 | SHE

THE Marine Safety Training Centre (MSTC) at South Tyneside College, in South Shields, has devised a new safety training course for crane and dragline operators working at water-filled quarries.

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01 October 2003 | SHE

 

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