Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015


Construction company fined after building collapse

A construction company has been fined after much of a three-bedroom domestic property collapsed during a loft conversion and ground floor extension work. Read More

Construction company fined after child struck by wall collapse

A construction company has been fined for safety breaches after a substantial part of a wall at a construction site collapsed, seriously injuring a child. Read More

Contractor fined for failing to comply with health and safety regulations

A sole trader has been fined for failing to plan, manage and monitor construction work being carried out under their control. Read More

Citadel Church collapse: Four men receive suspended prison sentences

Four men have received suspended prison sentences following the collapse of the former Citadel Church in Splott, Cardiff. And four firms received combined fines of more than £340,000. Read More

Firm in court over work at height and welfare issues

A plant hire company has been fined for leaving workers at risk of a fall from height and failing to provide minimum welfare facilities. Read More

Construction company and its groundworks contractor sentenced

A construction company and its groundworks contractor have been fined after unsafe excavation work left a worker with serious burns to his hand and arm. Read More

Contractor sentenced after asbestos disturbance in public park

A contractor has been awarded 100 hours community service and 10 days Rehabilitation Activity following a conviction of health and safety breaches after labourers disturbed asbestos and worked dangerously at height while refurbishing a disused park toilet block. Read More

10 Years On: The Role of the Duty Holder/Client

With the 10-year anniversary of the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012 just around the corner, it is interesting to see how the UK asbestos industry has developed over the last decade... Read More

Construction company in court over inadequate health and safety standards

A national construction company has been fined after an unannounced inspection by HSE inspectors found poor welfare standards, dangerous electrical systems and inadequate health and safety provision on site. Read More

What can we learn from design in the construction sector to manage psychosocial risks to enhance organisational design?

Louise Hosking discusses what businesses can learn from the design in the construction sector in improving psychosocial risk management. Read More



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