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The Construction Discussion Forum provides an opportunity for everyone involved with the construction industry to say what they're doing to improve health and safety in the industry, share best practice and enlist the help of other forum members in finding solutions for their problems.

The forum is open to everyone involved with the industry, including designers, contractors, clients, suppliers and site workers. It has been designed to be a useful self-help forum where everybody can contribute from their own practical experience to help and advise others. It provides access to a wide range of expertise to help you tackle health and safety issues.

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The Construction Discussion Forum provides an opportunity for everyone involved with the construction industry to say what they're doing to improve health and safety in the industry, share best practice and enlist the help of other forum members in finding solutions for their problems.
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  • RE: Safteyglasses again
    You will not hear much in the way of argument with that spiel Frank. be safe
    Created by George (yesterday at 11:32)
  • Parliamentary Consultation on WAH
    The All Party Paliamentary Goup on Working at Height is seeking views on this subject. See https://workingatheight.info
    Created by PP Construction Safety Ltd (yesterday at 11:05)
  • Safteyglasses again
    Your absolutely correct Frank, but how we go about changing it, is a difficult question as such stupid rules brought about by our profession and impor
    Created by JimD (yesterday at 10:27)
  • RE: Safteyglasses again
    George I can understand the mandatory use of some PPE for the specific tasks undertaken, but I see absolutely no merit in enforcing any kind of PPE a
    Created by Frank (yesterday at 09:42)
  • RE: Safteyglasses again
    Maybe a small redress in the balance is required with this topic. There have always been and probably always will be the ill advised used of mandatory
    Created by George (yesterday at 09:18)

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