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HSE Report indicates that control of asbestos regulation 2012 (CAR2012) are considered effective.

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) adopted an evaluation to explore dutyholders’ views and experiences of how the regulations work in practice. Dutyholders’ included in the analysis were those carrying out licensable work, those carrying our notifiable work, those carrying out non-notifiable work and those with a duty to manage asbestos. A combination of qualitative […]

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40% of Construction Sites Fail HSE Spot-Checks

HSE Safersites campaign reports 40% of construction sites health and safety poor, with 1 in 5 sites requiring enforcement action. The campaign ran between 22nd September and 17th October 2014 to spot-check construction sites. The focus of the initiative was on health risks and 35 per cent of the notices served were for issues such as management […]

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Scientists Ask Mesothelioma Sufferers To Step Forward For Research

Scientists are asking sufferers of mesothelioma and their families to come forward to assist with future research into the condition. A survey has been launched to gather information to enable better understanding of the disease and possible treatments. Professor Dame Sally C. Davies, chief medical officer and chief scientific adviser at the Department of Health says […]

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New Apprenticeship Scheme

ATaC have developed a new apprenticeship scheme with Cogent Skills, the first in the asbestos consultancy industry. The ‘Advanced Laboratory Technician Apprenticeship (Industrial-Asbestos)’ provides an apprenticeship route for the first time into the asbestos testing and inspection industry. During the 2 year apprenticeship candidates will complete: • Level 3 Laboratory Technician (NVQ/BTEC) • RSPH Level 3 Certificate in Asbestos Monitoring (Air) […]

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