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12/02/14 - Job Vacancy: Estimator

JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: EstimatorSALARY: NegotiableLOCATION: Bardon Hill, Leicestershire RESPONSIBLE TO: Directors JOB PURPOSE:To perform the role of Company Estimator as detailed below in key responsibilities.  more info

27/01/14 - ACAS Guidelines on Outdoor Working in Bad Weather

Outdoor Working in Bad Weather   Following a recent member query about outdoor working in wet and cold conditions we have spoken to ACAS and done some further research on their website (www.  more info

27/01/14 - MEPS Predicts World Steel Prices to rise over the next three years

MEPS Predicts World Steel Prices to rise over the next three years: 2013 is expected to have been the low point in the latest steel price cycle.  more info

27/01/14 - Union Slams Plans To Make HSE Become More Commercial

Construction union UCATT has criticised Government plans to make the Health and Safety Executive "become more commercial".  more info

27/01/14 - CSCS introduces plans to change it's card scheme.

Following extensive consultation across the construction industry, CSCS has plans to introduce significant changes to its card scheme over the next year.  more info

27/01/14 - EFIA sees massive increase in Twitter followers!

Since last Newsletter EFIA’s Twitter followers have grown by a massive 60% from 104 to 179. Our Alison maintains our presence in the public domain of the chattering classes with her regular and often lively Tweets.  more info

27/01/14 - Well done to our EFIA members who have passed their CHAS assessment.

Well done to the following EFIA Members who have taken advantage of our free CHAS assessment service, all of whom passed with flying colours:  more info

27/01/14 - Congratulations to our new EFIA members.

EFIA is not a club with badge that can be bought. Rather it is a professional trade association with stringent entry criteria.  more info

15/01/14 - Business Park Owners Fined After Worker Falls From Ladders

The owners of a Holmfirth business park have been fined after a local worker fractured an ankle in a fall from a ladder while carrying out work in disused premises nearby.  more info

15/01/14 - Council Pledges To Spend Millions Repairing Roads

Millions of pounds are set to be spent on repairing roads damaged by the Christmas floods as part of Surrey County Council's ongoing response to the recent severe weather.  more info

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