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Pump that fell on worker

Plumber crushed by 700kg pump

A construction company has been fined after a worker was injured when a water pump set weighing over 700kg fell ...
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/ High speed rail HS2, Hs2
Boris give green light and appoints new minister to oversee HS2

Boris confirms Hs2 will break ground in April

Boris Johnson gave the go ahead to HS2 on Tuesday promising a major shake-up in the way the project is ...
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Dangerous flue

Gas fitter jailed for illegal work

A self-employed gas fitter has been jailed after working on gas appliances while unregistered. Manchester Crown Court heard that in ...
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/ High speed rail HS2, Hs2
HS2 gets go ahead

HS2 Gets go ahead despite ballooning costs of £108b

The Government have today given the go-ahead for the whole of the HS2 project despite ballooning costs. This major decision ...
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/ CITB, CITB, CPCS, cscs, CSCS cards
CSCS cards can now be applied for online

CSCS bosses rubber stamp new online card service

Nationaltradesmen.co.uk has reported more than once about the failing of CSCS and CPCS cards but the bosses at the Construction ...
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MML-PJLS fined after worker dies

Two companies fined after tank explodes on demo site and worker killed

Materials Movement Ltd and P J Labour Services Ltd have been fined after a worker was killed in an explosion ...
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Carpenters £85k a year

Carpenters wanted £85k a year !!!

I used to be carpenter years ago could not believe my eyes when looking on nationaltradesmen.co.uk for jobs one of ...
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Fragile roof that worker fell from

Roofer fell six meters firm fined £60000

A roofing contractor has been fined after an employee fell six metres from a fragile roof with no fall protection ...
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Unprotected hole that worker fell through

Engineering company fined after worker fell though hole

An engineering company has been fined after a 31-year-old employee fell through a hole in a mezzanine floor during construction ...
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/ CITB, CPCS, CPCS
New Red CPCS card that has caused confusion

CPCS not “Fit for service” after training provider spends 24 hours on phone

Angry training providers and workers are complaining that CPCS are not providing the minimum service that they should be, the ...
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modular home being lifted into position

Government pledges £1bn to small house builders

The Government has pledged up to £1bn to small house builders in new scheme to give loans to help small ...
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/ nationaltradesmen, railways
The benefits of reversing the Beeching cuts have already been seen. In 2015, a £10m project restored ‘Todmorden Curve’ enabling direct services from Burnley and Accrington to Manchester

£500m funding to reopen disused railways

In a U turn the Government has pledged to spend £500m reopening old railway connections in a move to roll ...
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/ nationaltradesmen, Tool thief
Tool thief

Tool thief caught from blood splattering gets 29 weeks jail

A tool thief who broke into the site stole thousands of pounds’ worth of power tools from a construction site ...
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Pump that fell on worker

Plumber crushed by 700kg pump

A construction company has been fined after a worker was injured when a water pump set weighing over 700kg fell
Boris give green light and appoints new minister to oversee HS2

Boris confirms Hs2 will break ground in April

Boris Johnson gave the go ahead to HS2 on Tuesday promising a major shake-up in the way the project is
Dangerous flue

Gas fitter jailed for illegal work

A self-employed gas fitter has been jailed after working on gas appliances while unregistered. Manchester Crown Court heard that in
HS2 gets go ahead

HS2 Gets go ahead despite ballooning costs of £108b

The Government have today given the go-ahead for the whole of the HS2 project despite ballooning costs. This major decision
CSCS cards can now be applied for online

CSCS bosses rubber stamp new online card service

Nationaltradesmen.co.uk has reported more than once about the failing of CSCS and CPCS cards but the bosses at the Construction
MML-PJLS fined after worker dies

Two companies fined after tank explodes on demo site and worker killed

Materials Movement Ltd and P J Labour Services Ltd have been fined after a worker was killed in an explosion
Carpenters £85k a year

Carpenters wanted £85k a year !!!

I used to be carpenter years ago could not believe my eyes when looking on nationaltradesmen.co.uk for jobs one of
Fragile roof that worker fell from

Roofer fell six meters firm fined £60000

A roofing contractor has been fined after an employee fell six metres from a fragile roof with no fall protection.
Unprotected hole that worker fell through

Engineering company fined after worker fell though hole

An engineering company has been fined after a 31-year-old employee fell through a hole in a mezzanine floor during construction
New Red CPCS card that has caused confusion

CPCS not “Fit for service” after training provider spends 24 hours on phone

Angry training providers and workers are complaining that CPCS are not providing the minimum service that they should be, the
modular home being lifted into position

Government pledges £1bn to small house builders

The Government has pledged up to £1bn to small house builders in new scheme to give loans to help small
The benefits of reversing the Beeching cuts have already been seen. In 2015, a £10m project restored ‘Todmorden Curve’ enabling direct services from Burnley and Accrington to Manchester

£500m funding to reopen disused railways

In a U turn the Government has pledged to spend £500m reopening old railway connections in a move to roll

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