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SASC iconScaffolding Collapses

Scaffolding errected on a four-storey building crashed to the road near the Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead Heath hospital as Britain was battered by strong winds of up to 50 miles per hour...

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SASC iconMan seriously injured

Two men were injured, one seriously, when a section of scaffold fell from a building in Cricklewood, North West London...


SASC icon£320,000 Fine

Two construction companies were fined £320,000 as a result of a partial collapse of scaffolding errected on a 12 story building in Cardiff. Miraculously there were no injuries when the huge construction fell onto a road and railway...


SASC iconLuck escape for nursery

A firm in Cardiff has been fined for what could have been a catastrophic disaster, when scaffolding from a nearby building collapsed into a nursery playground just feet away from the children...


SASC iconScaffolder sentenced

A staffordshire scaffolder was close to being imprisoned due to a serious breach of safety requirements - failing to errect the scaffold with the necessary anchor ties...



SASC iconStorm Katie

The storm effectionately named Katie caused havoc when it caused a series of scaffolding collapses. In Berkshire, the most serious was in a shopping area, when the 106 miles per hour winds buckled and tore down a major scaffold structure...


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