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20 January 2022

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR and project developer group Skanska is launching a new initiative to make its Mental Health First Aiders more visible.

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19 January 2022

WORKPLACE DRUG, alcohol, and Covid-19 testing provider AlphaBiolabs is advising employers on the importance of workplace drug testing after the number of drug tests returning positive rose by 54 per cent compared to pre-pandemic levels.*

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16 January 2022

THE ROYAL College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) has announced a new strategy and rebrand, crucial to achieving its vision that people everywhere will value the life-changing power of occupational therapy.

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11 January 2022

HELP INSIDE the Hard Hat, the latest awareness campaign from the Lighthouse Construction Charity goes on tour on 7 February for a week, to raise awareness of the charitable support services available to the construction industry, allied trades and their families.

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06 January 2022

FLEXIBLE WORKING should be available to all employees in all industries from the first day of their job, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) has said.

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05 January 2022

Safety, Health and Wellbeing Live’s Manchester event has been rescheduled due to the emergence of the Omicron COVID-19 variant and will now take place on 23rd-24th May 2022 at Manchester Central.

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05 January 2022

THE HEALTH and Safety Executive (HSE) has published statistics that cover work-related ill health, non-fatal workplace injuries and enforcement action taken by HSE, in the 2020/21 period.

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14 December 2021

Employers that set high standards for the treatment of their workforce, their communities and supply chains will reap the rewards, says Ruth Wilkinson.

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14 December 2021

Construction workers and scaffolders often carry heavy materials on their shoulder, leading to time off sick, pain and long term injury. Brian Turner explains the extent of the problem and an insight into protection.

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13 December 2021

HIGH LEVELS of mental distress and a reluctance to seek professional help among UK construction workers is leading to increased alcohol consumption, non-prescription drug use and even self-harm according to a new major study.

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