All Govt & Regulatory Articles
Greenpeace report about illegal mining in the Amazon sparks questions over moral responsibility of OEMs.
The Celebration of Construction was hosted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) in partnership with member companies and industry partners
13% of 2021’s fatal workplace injuries were associated with falls from elevations
Organisations look to bring the construction community together to aid war-torn country
A total of 39 people died doing trench or excavation work in the US in 2022 – more than double the number of fatalities in that type of work than in 2021.
SPOA president says lack of action is a “ticking timebomb”
CECE says that they have actively engaged with the European Commission throughout the process
FIEC examines a new EU-funded project with circularity at its heart
Skills shortage and plant investment addressed in budget
The Bill seeks to remove EU-derived laws that remain on the UK statute book following Brexit
Trade association describes stabilisation of supply chain issues and a relatively flat 2023
Soeren Brogaard on what the Act means for construction
Country’s contractors pledge to donate 1% of public reconstruction costs.
At his State of the Union address US President Joe Biden said all federal infrastructure projects would have to use US made materials
New safety rules will regulate connectivity, autonomy, and data dependency
ICON looks at the latest launches in green road building machines
UK’s Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) announces successor to Kevin Minton