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Demolition company director disqualified for seven years
Fourth disqualification following UK markets watchdog’s investigation
NFDC: ‘We do not condone collusion’
UK demolition contractors federation responds to bid rigging fines issued to 10 companies
Keltbray to appeal ‘excessive’ bid rigging fine
CEO says penalty does not reflect ‘actual level of culpability’
New OSHA enforcement is coming, says NDA
Health and safety guidance aims to deter non-compliant employers
NDA: ‘We’re ready to help create new demolition jobs’
Association’s 2023 National Policy Agenda calls for ‘sensible legislation and regulation’
Hitachi welcomes AI technology update to Europe’s Machinery Directive
New safety rules will regulate connectivity, autonomy, and data dependency
NDA calls for rethink on Independent Contractor Rule
Demolition association says proposed changes add complexity and cost
What happens if construction companies breach safety regulations?
Joe Harmon, chief product owner at Evotix outlines the importance of keeping construction workers safe, and how failure to comply with regulations can lead to severe consequences.
C&D waste company pleads guilty to cartel offences
Australia’s competition regulator files charges against Bingo Industries for alleged price-fixing
Is construction taking slave labour seriously?
The International Labour Organisation estimates that 4.5 million people are currently working in construction against their will
UK police launch new equipment theft task force
Specialist Agricultural and Construction Equipment police unit will support the CEA’s CESAR scheme
BossTek - OSHA deadline's coming
Industrial dust control company says silica compliance doesn’t have to be at the expense of profits
Prison sentence for contractor
United Kingdom Health and Safety Executive successfully prosecutes contractor who ignored asbestos survey and failed to protect workers and public
OSHA dust guidelines set for airing at WOC
Experts Don Evans and David Murray to present a seminar on the US Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard compliance guidelines at World of Concrete
Waste Management Protocol becomes a reality
Construction and demolition waste management has its first set of guidelines after 18 months of workshops attended by EDA and others
Recycling group wants waste law enforcement
ERP says waste and competition legislations must be regarded as interdependent components
Abu Dhabi mandates demolition contractor registration
New laws for work in the city require risk assessments, method statements and the use of suitable equipment, in a bid to improve safety.
Appeal court overturns Metso patent infringement ruling
2011 ruling that Powerscreen, Terex and two US dealers had breached Metso's patent protection of mobile screening equipment thrown out
New Jersey-based Eagle Recycling fined for illegal waste dumping
New Jersey, USA, based waste processor Eagle Recycling has been fined US$500,000 and told to pay more than US$70,000 in clean-up costs
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