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HAKI introduces Cladding System at London Build 2019

System scaffolding and access solution provider, HAKI, will be introducing its Cladding System to the wider industry during the London Build Expo, at Olympia London on the 27 and 28 November 2019. The Cladding System will be on display to delegates at the event, featuring as a core component of

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Feasting Upon False Dawns

In a month in which all political, economic and seasonal indicators pointed towards a downturn, the UK construction industry chose to self-identify as upward and upbeat.   Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards looks on disbelievingly. In March this year, the month in which the UK was originally scheduled to bid a not-so-fond adieu to the

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Using data to keep workers safe

With slips, trips and falls still the number one cause of accidents and injuries on scaffolds, it is imperative that both scaffolders and contractors understand the most common reasons that scaffolds fail the weekly inspection. Ian Chambers, sales and marketing director at SMART Scaffolder software, looks at how digital technology is the key to understanding

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Change is good

It is difficult to slow down progress and avoid change. Those who avoid change and innovation will ultimately see it take place elsewhere, and so future opportunities could either be missed or lost for ever. The sector’s capacity to respond to the changing access and scaffolding environment is restricted by the availability of well-trained and

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Feasting Upon False Dawns

In a month in which all political, economic and seasonal indicators pointed towards a downturn, the UK construction industry chose to self-identify as upward and upbeat.   Builders’ Conference CEO Neil Edwards looks on disbelievingly. In March this year, the month in which the UK was originally scheduled to bid a not-so-fond adieu to the

Read More »

Using data to keep workers safe

With slips, trips and falls still the number one cause of accidents and injuries on scaffolds, it is imperative that both scaffolders and contractors understand the most common reasons that scaffolds fail the weekly inspection. Ian Chambers, sales and marketing director at SMART Scaffolder software, looks at how digital technology is the key to understanding

Read More »

Change is good

It is difficult to slow down progress and avoid change. Those who avoid change and innovation will ultimately see it take place elsewhere, and so future opportunities could either be missed or lost for ever. The sector’s capacity to respond to the changing access and scaffolding environment is restricted by the availability of well-trained and

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