Many managers are aware they should be offering health and safety training to meet compliance requirements however it does not necessarily follow that the right courses are being offered and these requirements are being met.
The Mesothelioma Centre reports that an international research team is exploring how variants of an important blood protein could be the key to prevention and early detection of malignant mesothelioma.
We are proud to have supported the 'Building Better Futures' event, in conjunction with SCTG and CITB, to demonstrate our services to other local businesses and discuss employment opportunities with local young people and college leavers.
Last week’s episode of the popular peak-time programme highlighted the quirky military antique. However BBC bosses have since been forced to issue a warning and apology, after it emerged such masks were often made with deadly asbestos in them.
Asbestos has been found at an ongoing rubbish fire in Staffordshire. The fire - made up of 1,000 tonnes of waste, mainly shredded wood - has been burning for more than two weeks at Oak Farm in Rugeley.
Construction news have released an article warning contractors that although awareness of asbestos and the practices designed to deal with it have improved, they should still be mindful of the great harm it can cause.
It is with great pleasure that Environmental Essentials announce significant investment from The Business Growth Fund. We are very proud to have attracted an investor of this calibre to assist us with our expansion plans and vision for development of the business.
The award recognising an individual currently working as a fleet manager in a private sector company that has demonstrated a commitment to making carbon reduction a priority in their day to day duties, and has promoted green fleet practices to other parts of their organisation.
Environmental Essentials are proud to announce that we have won the business growth award at the sentinel business awards. The Sentinel Business Awards rewards endeavour, enthusiasm and innovative thinking across a wide range of sectors.
This revised publication consolidates the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) and guidance text for employers about work which disturbs, or is likely to disturb, asbestos, asbestos sampling and laboratory analysis.