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This weekend some extremely lucky members of Team Xtreme got to test some of what is set to be XtremeSTORM’s most grueling obstacles. The event is going to feature four swims in and around Southport’s very own Marine Lake. The temperatures are set to … Continue reading
Jonathan Cunningham MBE Managing Director of STORM Consultancy discusses why do we in 2012 still hear about abestos fears in our UK schools. Sadly instititional complacency is widespread. Jonathan exlains the simple steps you need to know about managing your asbestos correctly – It’s not rocket science! Phone Team STORM on 0845 894 6342 or [email protected] to discuss your asbestos concerns. Continue reading
We are happy to announce that the XtremeSTORM official website has now gone live! This weekend team Xtreme have been out at various events giving out our XtremeSTORM fliers and giving the public a taste of what madness is to … Continue reading
12 Gruelling Miles…45 Evil obstacles…all based in the quiet seaside resort that is Southport, UK. It will never be the same again! 20th – 21st April 2013 WEBSITE ABOUT TO GO LIVE..PLEASE STAY TUNED XTREME STORM , STORM CONSULTANCY , … Continue reading
A refrigeration company has been fined £110,000 after a worker was killed when an unsecured racking unit collapsed on him. Jim Murphy was working for George Baker & Co (Leeds) Ltd at the firm’s factory in Idle, Bradford, when the … Continue reading
Two owners of a nursing home in Leicester have each been fined £50,000 after a resident died in a fall from a hoist. Annie Bradley, 78, who was known as Vera, suffered from Huntingdon’s disease and was a resident at … Continue reading
Federal regulators are helping miners fight suspensions, discharges and other discriminatory actions by companies after they report or refuse to work in unsafe conditions. The Mine Safety and Health Administration said the enforcement effort includes educating miners about their health … Continue reading
Following extremely heavy rain this weekend the popular Creamfields Festival had to be cancelled stopping the festival finishing its usual three day fun. The site was completely washed out and some areas were under 1.5m of water! The site was … Continue reading
Two-thirds of Australians want the federal government to ensure all asbestos is removed from homes, workplaces, hospitals and schools by 2030, according to a new poll commissioned by the ACTU. The Auspoll survey, released on Monday, found two-thirds of people … Continue reading
With previous stage collapses hitting the headlines, and as we’re currently about to hit the big festival summer season this is definitely a hot topic! Jonathan recently attended the 2012 ’ Examining Large Temporary Structures ‘ seminar in Sheffield – something he found … Continue reading