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Severn Trent heavily fined for sewage leaks


Severn Trent Water has been fined £480,000 by Sheffield Crown Court – one of the biggest fines ever given to a water company.

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Contractor could use software to avoid left-turns in London


Canary Wharf Contractors is to use technology to help construction vehicle drivers to take certain routes - with the possibility of cutting out left turns coming into London - which it said would reduce pollution and congestion, and protect cyclists.

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Cyclist friendly concrete mixer to be trialled in London


Materials firm Tarmac is to trial a new cyclist-friendly concrete mixer as part of efforts to reduce the risk posed by construction vehicles.

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Rail roundtable: Safe and sound


How can clients, contractors and consultants approach health and safety more consistently without compromising innovation and their own unique compliance requirements?

Mark Hansford

Health & Safety - time to act on construction's achilles heel


Official figures showed that the number of deaths in the construction sector rose from 41 to 50 last year. To drive health and safety to the top of the agenda, NCE has joined forces with the Construction Industry Council (CIC) and the Standing Committee on Structural Safety to produce a quarterly special focused on highlighting best practice while also examining the latest issues and setting out where work still needs to be done.

Climate of fear surrounds accident reporting


The construction industry is a killer with a “climate of fear” running throughout the supply chain largely to blame. That is the stark conclusion to be drawn from the Office of Rail Regulation’s (ORR’s) latest annual assessment of Network Rail’s performance.

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