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Major UK housebuilders commit funds to fire safety works

Several of the UK’s major housebuilders have announced focused pots of funding to be used on the replacement of cladding and other fire safety issues. Read More

Grenfell: 43 families still living in hotels one year on

Housing Secretary James Brokenshire has admitted that 43 families are still living in hotels, one year on from the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Read More

Government yet to approve any financial requests for post-Grenfell safety work

The government has not approved any requests from councils for extra financial help to fund safety improvements. Read More

Safety upgrade work starts on Leeds student block

Work has started to remove external cladding from the Sky Plaza student block in Leeds, which was closed last year in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Read More

Half a million social homes “not meeting basic H&S standards”

More than half a million social homes in England fail to meet basic health and safety standards, an analysis of Read More

Man fell five stories down lift shaft, court hears

A property management company has been fined £120,000 after a 29-year-old died falling down a lift shaft, after he became trapped and attempted to escape having been unable Read More

How we can learn lessons from lone worker safety implementation in different industries

By Ian Johannessen, managing director, Peoplesafe People who work on their own account for a large proportion of the UK Read More



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