Another year we reach the festive period, enjoy the times with your friends and family an cherish the time spent over the Christmas period. From us all at MECsafe we wish you a very merry Christmas and a Happy new year.
MECsafe now Deliver SEATS Courses at our head office in Doncaster!
The Next course will be:
7th December – £145 + VAT Per Person
The SEATS (Site Environmental Awareness Training Scheme) training course wil provide delegagates with an introductions to environmental issues on constructions sites. The course has been designed to provide the basic environmental knowledge that sub-contractors are required to know and demonstrate to major contractors.
For further details please get in touch on Tel:01302 775900
Interserve are set to win the contract to build a new rehabilitation complex for injured members of the armed forces in Leicestershire.
The Construction Industry Training Board has now published final versions of industry guidance on The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015)
Draft versions were made available shortly before CDM 2015 came into force on 6th April 2015. The published versions now come in printer friendly and web-interactive format.
The guidance includes useful information on the actions required of the new Principal Designer (PD) role and how the PD should coordinate and manage design risk management by others during the project Pre-Construction Phase.
Mecsafe are now offering the Fit test operator training as an open course at the main head office in Doncaster.
This is designed to help train people how to conduct fit test, this is ideal for companies wanting to do fit testing themselves.
Mecsafe offers a maximum number of 6 Candidates on the Operators 1/2 day Course.
The training includes:
- Background to Face Fit Testing
- Set-up of Equipment
- The Sensitivity Test
- Fit Test Protocols
- Practical face fit testing
- Troubleshooting & Problem Solving
- Fit Test Failures and Re-Test
For more information on the Operator Training Please contact our us Via Telephone or email.
The HSE is launching a wave of safety checks on London Basement conversion projects from next week. The focal area’s of inspection will be Kensington, Chelsea, Hammersmith and Fulham following a number of fatal incidents over the the recent years.
CITB have been accused off being sly with the new changes to the levy payments.
Around 16% Of Firms will see their levy bills increase in 2017. Contractors are already warning that will start from this April. There has been a lot of controversy surrounding this matter;
One construction boss spoke out saying: “The CITB is obviously sensitive about this issue and has been pretty sneaky in the way it has worded all this.”
Peter Mawson LTD pleaded guilty to corporate manslaughter in December 2014 but were recently sentenced on 3rd February at Preston Crown Court.
Crossrail workers undertook their latest breakthrough by breaking into the eastern end of Liverpool street station.