Category Archives: Health & Safety
Inexperienced project manager says he did not check it complied with fire safety regulations. Click here to read more.
The clause would have forced flat managers to share evacuation and fire safety instructions with residents of the building. 308 Tory MPs voted it down. Click here to read more.
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Join the Hazards Campaign Thursday Talk for an interactive online session to discuss how schools can ensure the health and safety of staff and pupils and therefore the health of its community. Click here to register for this free event.
Covid Secure check......
The TUC are building a database to show what employers are doing to meet their safety obligations.
They are also asking people to take a short survey about how safe their workplace is. This will help them measure how safe different jobs are during the pandemic, as people go back to work.
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This session will challenge the conflicting information about safe and healthy workplaces and provide support for workers and their unions. Thu, July 9, 2020 at 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM BST. Click here for more information.
Waltham Forest Council’s deputy leader declined to carry out a cost review of the planned rebuild of north London’s incinerator last week.
The review was requested by Chingford and Woodford Green MP Sir Iain Duncan Smith, one of a number who objected to the rebuild at a North London Waste Authority meeting on June 25.
Objectors say building a larger incinerator will increase air pollution and CO2 emissions and claim the plans are based on outdated predictions of an increase in waste. Click here to read more.
More transparency of evidence is needed, argue scientists. Click here to read more.
More than 150 buildings in London are still wrapped in highly flammable Grenfell-style cladding – almost three years on from the fire, Government figures reveal.
Ministers pledged to strip aluminium composite material (ACM) from tower blocks across the country in the wake of the devastating blaze.
The Grenfell Tower disaster claimed the lives of 72 residents, when fire spread rapidly from a single flat through the cladding of the North Kensington block, engulfing it in flames.
But with the third anniversary of the fire on Sunday, 163 buildings in the capital are still covered in the flammable casing. Click here to read more.