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IATP Asbestos Training Provider

Who are IATP? IATP are an organisation that are proud to offer ‘the most comprehensive list of asbestos training providers available in the UK ‘. A not-for-profit organisation, they are the only organisation offering a database of independently audited UK asbestos training providers. They work in co-operation with the HSE and support asbestos related charities. […]

Read the full article | Published Feb 27, 2019

Asbestos Removal Regulations

Are you aware of the regulations on asbestos removal? Did you know there are very strict guidelines surrounding the subject of asbestos removal? Are you a construction/building company or related trade? Owner or manager of a building, or even an employer with a duty to manage asbestos on your premises? Then make sure you know […]

Read the full article | Published Feb 26, 2019

Schools with asbestos

Schools with asbestos failing to report details A group of MP’S are seriously concerned about schools with asbestos in England not reporting details of asbestos to the government. All schools were requested to provide details of asbestos in their buildings to the government by May 31st last year. However, It has been reported that almost […]

Read the full article | Published Jan 30, 2019

Johnson & Johnson hit back at asbestos report

New report claims Johnson & Johnson hid evidence of asbestos in talc Johnson & Johnson are denying a new asbestos report that says they deliberately hid evidence of asbestos in their talc. The company have been in the headlines a lot recently due to claims that their talc contains asbestos and has caused ovarian cancer […]

Read the full article | Published Dec 18, 2018

Occupational lung disease

Occupational lung disease – the facts Occupational lung disease within the construction industry is a huge problem and we need to do more about it. 3,000 construction workers suffer every year from breathing difficulties and lung problems, caused by their work. Construction workers are often exposed to dust, fumes and other hazardous substances that over […]

Read the full article | Published Dec 12, 2018

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