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NIC January Newsletter – Happy New Year!


Posted on 11th January, 2016

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Asbestos Removal and How We Train Our Employees

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Posted on 10th December, 2015

We say it all the time, but Health and Safety really is our number one priority here at Northern Insulation. We work to remove asbestos on a daily basis across the North West, and the rigorous procedures we follow are necessary for the safety of our own employees, and the...

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ACAD – Asbestos Blasting Techniques Research (ABS)

Asbestos blasting in School building

Posted on 17th November, 2015

Asbestos Blasting Systems (ABS) are occasionally necessary to remove stubborn residual asbestos. ABS can be extremely effective however pose significant additional hazards. We are proud of our commitment to Health and Safety at NIC; working with asbestos it’s a given that it’s our number one priority.  One of our trade memberships is...

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CleanSpace Technology, Asbestos RPE – The world’s smallest powered air purifying respirator

Asbestos RPE Front View

Posted on 29th October, 2015

Working with asbestos on a daily basis means we strive to be at the forefront of Health and Safety. We have recently been working with CleanSpace Technology to trial their ‘P3/TM3’ asbestos RPE (respiratory protective equipment). It is the world’s smallest powered air purifying respirator with full face mask. These revolutionary...

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ARCA Gold Training Award for Asbestos Removal

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Posted on 22nd October, 2015

Our commitment to Health and Safety is engrained in everything we do and we are pleased to announce we have been awarded the ARCA Gold Training Award.  ARCA is the Asbestos Removal Contractors Association and we are thrilled to be acknowledged by one of our trade associations. This award recognises our investment in...

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APHC Issues a Warning About the Dangers of Working With Asbestos

Asbestos lagged pipework

Posted on 14th October, 2015

The Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC) has issued a new warning for members about the dangers of working with Asbestos following the prosecution of a heating engineer for removing asbestos with no precautions. Karl Locher, a self employed heating engineer was fined after working with asbestos lagged pipework in a...

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