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Specialist suppliers of timber products to the construction industry

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L&G Forest Products launches new website for 2013!

L&G Forest Products are very proud to announce the launch of their new website for the start of 2013. The new website will make it easier then ever before to see the latest products on offer, find out the latest news from the company, see what projects we’ve been up to and much, much more.

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The biggest L&G Projects of 2012

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2012 was a huge year for all of us here at L&G Forest Products. We supplied an essential range of products to projects and events that, in many cases, were showcased on a global scale. Take a look at the photo galleries below and discover some of the huge projects that we were able to be a part of in 2012.

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Views sought on code to improve targeting of local authority health and safety inspections

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has opened a consultation on proposals to ensure LA health and safety inspections are targeted at workplaces or activities with the most serious risks or where there is evidence of poor performance. The LA National Code aims to ensure greater consistency and a tighter focus in the enforcement of health and safety across Britain.

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Ridiculous health and safety excuses exposed by watchdog, reports Health & Safety Executive

Ten of the most ridiculous health and safety excuses of 2012 were recently exposed by a regulator argues the Health & safety Exutive. The misuses of health and safety were spotted by the Health and Safety Executive’s Myth Busters Challenge Panel, which was set up in earlier this year to challenge a stream of silly decisions wrongly blamed on health and safety.

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TRADA reports on care of timber and wood-based products on building sites

‘Timber is one of the most common materials on a building site – but is often one of the least respected’. This is the conclusion argued by the Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA). In a recent article on the TRADA website, it was argued that poor storage and handling of wood on construction sites are some of the major causes of unnecessary damage.

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