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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Tips for Your Construction Job Interview – Part 1

Taking the next steps in your construction career? Follow our construction job interview tips to maximise your chances of securing the role you want. Before you do anything else, make sure you are qualified to the Construction NVQ Level required for the position you are applying to hold; and that you have the right CSCS Card for [...]

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Tips for Your Construction Job Interview – Part 2

Key Interview Behaviour Body language is number one on the list: though there are other dos and dont’s to watch out for in a construction job interview. If you have more than one interviewer be sure to give equal attention to all the people in the room. Speak slower than you think you should. The [...]

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Health and Safety Executive (HSE) cuts “will kill”

UCATT, the Construction Union, says more workers within the Industry will be killed and injured as a result of the cuts being imposed on the HSE. It has been revealed that the safety watch dog is considering axing unannounced site safety inspections by a third. In March of 2011, the Government announced that automatic inspections [...]

Crossrail’s First Over Site Development to Deliver New London Construction Jobs

London construction jobs are looking set to take a turn for the better thanks to the first ever project above a Crossrail station to be granted planning permission. The project, which has been approved for multiple providers (Crossrail and Great Portland Estates), has been given the go ahead by Westminster Council and is to include [...]

Should You Be Classified As An Employee?

Over half the current workforce in the Construction Industry are self-employed although legally, up to 300,000 should be classified as employees, according to HM Revenue and Customs. They get no holiday pay, sick or redundancy pay, won`t get job seekers` allowance if laid off or even a full state pension, and their bosses escape paying [...]

Asbestos, The Hidden Killer

Danger Points - Any building built or renovated before 2000 could contain asbestos. – On average each week approximately eight joiners, six electricians and four plumbers die from asbestos related diseases. – Last year over 2,000 people died of mesothelioma, the lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos, and death rates are continuing to rise. – [...]

Clarifying the Construction Skills Levy

Construction Skills, the awarding body for the Industry, operate a levy and grand system that allows funding for up skilling of individuals within the Industry. Each operative who is engaged with a Company who are registered to the Levy scheme can be partly funded for the acquisition of 5 separate accreditations which can include 2 [...]

Minimum Wage To Rise In October

The Government has accepted the Low Pay Commission’s recommendations for this year`s national minimum wage (NMW) rates. The following rates will come into effect on 1 October 2011. For Adults: £6.08 an hour (15p increase) For 18-20 year olds: £4.98 an hour (6p increase) For 16-17 year olds: £3.68 an hour (4p increase) For apprentices: [...]

One Year to the Olympics: Are You Qualified?

The Olympics 2012 project has one year left to run. The eternal flame will be lit and the games will commence. In the intervening time, though, there’s still a lot of work to be done. And after the games have finished there’ll be a lot more, with a planned £135m worth of regeneration and changeover [...]

Your Job and Your CSCS Card: Where Can You Go Next?

Once you have started your construction career and achieved the Red CSCS Card (Trainee), where do you go next? Unless you are looking at labouring, or doing a site job that requires only basic skills – in which case you will be awarded a Green CSCS Card for Site Operatives, through NVQ Level 1 or [...]

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