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A joiner who was injured at work when he fell off what he claimed was a faulty stepladder has had an action for £25,000 damages refused, after a judge in the Court of Session ruled that he failed to prove that the ladder was defective. Charles McInally, 53, suffered an injury to his left shoulder i

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An average of twenty tradespeople die every week from asbestos related diseases, according to a new survey commissioned by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). Tradespeople, including construction workers, carpenters and painters and decorators, could come into contact with deadly asbestos on aver

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University of Glasgow to divest £18m from fossil fuel industry The University of Glasgow has become the first in Britain to commit to divesting from the fossil fuel industry.

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Marking a year in which the economy has finally started to recover, Scotland's electrical trade will gather this week to recognise and reward the resilience, professionalism and technical excellence of the people working in the industry. SELECT, the sector's campaigning trade body, has unveiled the

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