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BSRIA extends scope of UKAS Accreditation for HIU Testing

BSRIA has extended the scope of its UKAS (United Kingdom Accreditation Service) accredited testing services, which now includes the latest version of the BESA UK HIU Test Regime: October 2018 more
Test & Certification

Fisco’s New ‘Mark-Right’ - The ‘Time-Saving’ Tape for Right-Handed Craftsmen

Delivering faster, more accurate and comfortable measuring.

If you’re fed up with reading tapes upside down, get to grips with Fisco’s new ‘Mark-Right’ Tape. It’s designed for right-handed ... more


Are You Prepared For The Winter Rain and Wind?

Snickers NEW Waterproof Jackets will keep you warm and dry – all day, every day!

You can count on year-round comfort and protection with Snickers Workwear NEW AllRoundWork Waterproof Jackets. They’... more


Snickers Workwear Climate Control Underwear

Dressing for the cold is like building a house – start with a good foundation.

The Snickers Workwear Baselayer clothing uses high-tech breathable fabrics for ventilation and body moisture transport ... more


Recycling Technologies named as one of Britain’s Top 100 fastest growing companies

Recycling Technologies has today been named as one of Britain’s fastest growing companies in a report from online equity investing platform SyndicateRoom more
Energy & Waste Management

SEPA sets out new plan to drive innovation across Scotland's metal sector

SEPA’s Metals Sector Plan is one of 16 sector plans being launched this year in line with the regulator’s One Planet Prosperity strategy more
Energy & Waste Management

BPMA announces new president

Richard Harden, managing director of Wilo UK has been announced as the new President of the British Pump Manufacturers Association (BPMA) more

Car parts manufacturer fined after worker suffers a serious injury

A North East-based car parts manufacturer, SNOP UK Limited, has been sentenced after a worker was seriously-injured more

Research exposes 'significant issues' with workplace Mental Health First Aid implementation

A feasibility study, published by the professional body for occupational safety and health, sheds fresh light on widespread use by companies of employee training to address workplace mental health more

HSE guidelines updated to include mental health training

The last two months have been a fantastic step forward in improving awareness and education for mental illness and mental well-being more

CMR wins manufacturing sustainability award

Newcastle-based instrumentation control and automation specialist CMR UK has won the EEF Future of Manufacturing Sustainability Award North East, Yorkshire and Humberside more

Bureau Veritas invests in building control with new appointment

Global independent inspection expert Bureau Veritas has announced the strategic appointment of building control veteran, Dave Allen, who will head up the business’ construction-focused division more

Halma acquires innovative British radar surveillance and safety solutions company

Halma has acquired Navtech Radar in a move that will add new capabilities to the company’s Infrastructure Safety sector more

Element acquires UK based aerospace direct lightning test specialist

Element Materials Technology (Element) has acquired Cobham Technical Services Lightning Testing & Consultancy, a lightning test and consultancy specialist, from Chelton Limited more
Test & Certification

Heightsafe Systems Launch London Office in November 2018

Heightsafe Systems, an established Work at Height company, has hit another milestone moment in 2018 as they launch their London office this November more

Government action critical to overcoming air quality crisis

With research highlighting that an estimated 400,000 deaths occur every year in Europe alone due to air pollution, the case for immediate action is clear more

Firefighting revolutionised with ground-breaking new liquid

The time it takes to extinguish a fire has been dramatically reduced with the launch of Firexo this week more

Five things employers need to know about an ageing workforce

Keeping people over the age of 50 at work is becoming increasingly important. Those aged 50 and over already represent one in five of the workforce - and soon this proportion will rise to one in four more

Interserve Facilities Management fined for safety failings

A facilities management contractor has been fined after multiple safety failings at a laboratory site for the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency in Weybridge more

Dyeing company causes serious injuries to employees in two separate incidents

A dyeing company has been sentenced for safety breaches after two separate incidents caused serious injuries to employees more

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