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Safety, Health & Environment

Festival of Wildlife
06 August 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Hundreds of visitors gather to celebrate Hertfordshire’s wildlife at Tarmac-owned Panshanger Park

Wall butterfly
04 August 2019 | Safety, Health & Environment

Wall butterfly species makes remarkable comeback at Hoe Grange Quarry

O-ring and chain

Company prosecuted after unsafe lifting operation goes wrong at Kings Cross concrete plant

Charlie Crow

Mineral Products Association reminds operators to check fencing, signage, safety devices and security arrangements

HeidelbergCement Sustainability Report

Tenth report focuses on climate protection, occupational safety and environmentally responsible production processes

Mark Simmons

Banks Mining complete initial phase of planting as plans for new community wildlife area progress

Prince of Wales

Company sponsors ‘National Parks Big Picnic’ to mark 70 years since ground-breaking Act of Parliament

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Health and safety prosecution

Minteq UK fined £200,000 after worker suffers fatal injuries when struck by forklift truck

Jeff Burns

Workwear and PPE manufacturer appoints Jeff Burns as regional sales manager for Scotland and Ireland

QS quick-hitch
16 July 2019 | Plant & Equipment

Company switching entirely to its safe, proprietary Q-Safe quick-hitch system as standard

Oystercatcher

Tarmac workers help protect a pair of oystercatchers at Wellington Quarry, near Hereford

Welding fumes

Gauntlet Health and Safety urge business to put the right controls in place without delay

Privet hawk-moth

Nature reserve celebrates 20th anniversary as BioBlitz beats last year’s biodiversity success

Stay Safe campaign

MPA ‘Stay Safe’ campaign raises awareness of the danger of swimming in quarry lakes

IQ Excellence Awards
08 July 2019 | Quarrying

Deadline for Institute of Quarrying’s free-to-enter awards scheme extended until 31 July

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