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2020 in a nutshell from Builders’ Conference

January 19, 2021

PERI UP helps deliver a flexible seating solution for the London Stadium, home of West Ham Football Club

January 19, 2021

British Safety Council calls for Government health campaign urging employers to improve workplace controls to help combat new COVID variant

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CLC ‘claims and disputes in construction’

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British Safety Council calls for Government health campaign urging employers to improve workplace controls to help combat new COVID variant

The necessity for suitably robust COVID-19 workplace management arrangements has intensified since the highly transmissible new variant was identified last month. While making a workplace COVID secure as far as is reasonably practicable is the legal responsibility of employers, some have struggled to implement appropriate measures to restrict the potential

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2020 in a nutshell from Builders’ Conference

December is always a slow month for construction contract awards; and in 2020, the prospects were made worse by a resurgence of COVID-19 that resulted in further restrictions; and by the final completion of Brexit negotiations. What happened next from research carried out by Scaffolding Association partners, Builders’ Conference confounded all good sense and leaves Builders’

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Let’s talk about mental health in construction

In this Opinion piece, Ian Pickard discusses a topic that the construction sector needs to talk about more openly – ill mental health. I’ve been in the construction industry for over 30 years and in health and safety for 23 years. My ‘journey’ in mental health started five years ago when, at a client’s board

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Is the construction sector carrying on regardless?

The CEO of Scaffolding Association partners, Builders’ Conference, Neil Edwards analyses the results from validated research carried out by BCLive for contract awards during the second wave of Coronavirus and subsequent UK lockdown. When the first wave of the Coronavirus swept across the UK back in March this year, the UK construction sector suffered a

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2020 in a nutshell from Builders’ Conference

December is always a slow month for construction contract awards; and in 2020, the prospects were made worse by a resurgence of COVID-19 that resulted in further restrictions; and by the final completion of Brexit negotiations. What happened next from research carried out by Scaffolding Association partners, Builders’ Conference confounded all good sense and leaves Builders’

Read More »

Let’s talk about mental health in construction

In this Opinion piece, Ian Pickard discusses a topic that the construction sector needs to talk about more openly – ill mental health. I’ve been in the construction industry for over 30 years and in health and safety for 23 years. My ‘journey’ in mental health started five years ago when, at a client’s board

Read More »

Is the construction sector carrying on regardless?

The CEO of Scaffolding Association partners, Builders’ Conference, Neil Edwards analyses the results from validated research carried out by BCLive for contract awards during the second wave of Coronavirus and subsequent UK lockdown. When the first wave of the Coronavirus swept across the UK back in March this year, the UK construction sector suffered a

Read More »