In July 2020, the UK Government published a draft Building Safety Bill which will likely have a profound effect on the construction and fire safety sectors.
A survey has revealed that one in five line managers receive no health and safety training from their employer.
At the start of the COVID-19 lockdown the HSE stopped undertaking routine inspections.
The Home Office has recently released the statistics relating to fire incidents in 2019, which has some positive trends.
We’re pleased to announce that Aegis has retained its Registered Practice status with the Association for Project Safety (APS).
Aegis has been selected to be a part of £750m construction framework that will support the creation of new homes and communities across the region.
The HSE Executive Board met recently to approve the organisation’s business plan for 2020-2021. We’ve summarised below the key points.
While many construction sites remained operational during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown, many builders which had paused operations are now heading back to work as the government confirms construction sites are safe to reopen.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, few people would have imagined such a rapid transition to homeworking was possible.
Boris Johnson’s latest statement to the nation on providing a roadmap to ease the coronavirus lockdown restrictions has been met with a mixture of relief and confusion.