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The Problems Faced By Contractors Who Need To Penetrate The Ground   By: peter ashcroft
Many contractors have to undertake excavation work for a variety of different purposes. The problem that arises is that there may be a utility service lying in exactly the spot that the contractor needs to dig. In order that you do not cause damage, how do you find out?(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Cat & Genny - Everything You Need To Know For A Successful Career   By: peter ashcroft
For a career in underground utility detection sector, you need CAT & Genny training. During the training, you will be taught the workings of this equipment and where they are used. You will also gain knowledge regarding safety and how to reduce risks when engaged in underground services. This training can enhance your skills.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

The Hazards Faced By Contractors Undertaking Any Type Of Excavation   By: peter ashcroft
There are very many hazards that may be present when undertaking any sort of work involving excavation, as underground services can be anywhere. Striking them, even with a hand tool, can result in severe injuries and in some instances can be fatal.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

The Problems Facing Contractors Undertaking Excavation Works   By: peter ashcroft
There are some 60,000 cases of contractors who are carrying out excavation work striking underground services every year. That is equivalent to around 230 every working day, and many result in serious injuries to workers, and sometimes fatalities.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

An In-depth Look At The Eusr   By: peter ashcroft
The Energy and Utility Skills Register is the online register of training and skills for the utilities and energy sectors. People who have undertaken their training courses or assessments have this recorded on their registration and are entitled to an EUSR card which allows access to certain sites.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

Contractors Undertaking Any Sort Of Excavation Must Use Caution   By: peter ashcroft
Contractors undertaking any sort of excavation work must always take every precaution to avoid hitting underground services. These can be anywhere, even in places which might seem to be unlikely. Striking them can cause serious injuries, and on occasion can be fatal.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

The Things That Must Be Considered Before Undertaking Excavation   By: peter ashcroft
When undertaking any sort of excavation, it is essential to take into account the fact that there can be underground services on or very close to the site. Striking underground services can cause danger to life and limb and can also have considerable financial implications.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

The Problems Involved In Undertaking Any Sort Of Groundwork   By: peter ashcroft
A contractor undertaking any sort of excavation has to take into account the fact that there may well be services running underground in the vicinity or directly where he is proposing to dig. In some places there will obviously be pipes and cables, such as in a high street, but they can be anywhere.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

The Many Risks Associated With Any Kind Of Excavation Work   By: peter ashcroft
Any kind of excavation work can be extremely dangerous if proper precautions are not observed. All sorts of underground services run even in places where you might not expect them to be, and sometimes they are only a foot or 18" under the surface.(read entire article)
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Category : Education

The Dangers Of Underground Services As Shown By Hsg47   By: peter ashcroft
HSG47 was produced by the HSE, and the 2014 edition is the third update and contains all the latest information on the avoidance of danger from underground services. Nobody knows for sure, but there are at least 1.5 million km of underground services in the UK, and there are some 60,000 cable strikes each year by contractors carrying out excavation work.(read entire article)
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Category : Business

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