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Industry experts speak on RAAC
Two industry experts talk about the issues with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC)
Construction under fire: Building a wind farm in a major conflict zone
Lucy Barnard speaks to construction workers braving Russian missile attacks to build it
Algeco to offer turnkey handover electrical testing service
Post service “spearheads” new additions to turnkey segment
McGovern Plant Hire announces Xwatch partnership
Safety systems added to McGovern’s Hitachi fleet
Falcon Cranes opens new training facility
Tower crane rental company invests in its training yard
Scaffolding: Is it a plank? Or a platform?
Is a scaffold without a platform a scaffold? Is a scaffold without planks still a scaffold? Industry veteran David Glabe weighs in
UAE city begs contractors to secure demolition sites
“Determination to implement the best practices in demolition” prompts site inspections
How climate change is taking its toll on bridges
Could a spate of high-profile bridge collapses to have hit the headlines this year be linked to climate change?
Link-Belt appoints training manager
Chris Perry will be responsible for managing and directing all aspects of Link-Belt training programs. 
Liebherr USA recognized as top employer for interns
This annual award is distributed to 100 employers in Virginia who enhance student’s skills for post-grad opportunities. 
20 killed in Indian bridge construction collapse
A total of 20 people have died and three were injured after a launcher and girder weighing 1,950 tons collapse during the construction of a bridge near Mumbai in India.
Demo association launches worker training course
OADC’s Demolition Worker Certification Program aims to promote skilled labour 
Crumbling UK hospitals highlight problems with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete
Why reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) is proving to be a headache for the owners of older buildings and why good inspection, remediation and maintenance are crucial.
Radius Group launches ground control system for towers
Lifting provider now able to operate a tower crane using a teleoperated ground control system
US Department of Labor issues heat hazard alert, steps up inspections in construction
The US Department of Labour’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued a heat hazard alert to remind employers of their obligation to protect workers against heat illness or injury.
World Crane and Transport Summit Asia: helping to power your business
Be sure to attend the World Crane and Transport Summit coming up in Singapore on 4 and 5 October
Why US contractors fear new injury reporting rules will leak sensitive information
Contractors in the United States of America (USA) have expresss fears over new injury and illness reporting final rule.
‘I survived a traumatic construction accident but neglecting my mental health nearly killed me’
How a near-fatal construction accident led Steven Kirby to re-evaluate his attitude to mental health and set him on a path to helping others.
OSHA’s plan to reduce warehouse hazards
Program will focus on safety inspections to identify hazards within warehouses, distribution centers, local delivery
OSHA proposes rule to clarify PPE standard
OSHA looking to revise the personal protective equipment standard in construction 
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