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Shoreham Air crash: Crane removes plane wreckage A Terex all-terrain telescopic boom crane lifts a fragment of the Hunter Hawker fighter-jet that crashed attempting a loop over a busy motorway.

Shoreham Air crash: Crane removes plane wreckage

Emergency services employ Terex all-terrain crane to lift debris in the search for the bodies of victims


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Oman labour ministry reaffirms worker HSE laws

Oman labour ministry reaffirms worker HSE laws

An official from the Sultanate's Ministry of Manpower said companies violating worker safety standards will be penalised
 
Laing O'Rourke develops smart hat for hot climates

Laing O'Rourke develops smart hat for hot climates

The hat's battery-powered system contains built-in sensors to monitor the wearers' heart rate, body temperature, their location and also the ambient air temperature and relative humidity
 
UAE's Aabar Investments appoints new CEO

UAE's Aabar Investments appoints new CEO

Mohamed Hamad Al Mehairi, previously head of evaluation and execution at International Petroleum Investment Company, is Aabar's new CEO, it has been revealed
 
Volvo CE, Carnegie Mellon launch site safety tech

Volvo CE, Carnegie Mellon launch site safety tech

The OEM and educational institute have jointly developed a software to reduce on-site fatalities, especially in the road construction sector
 

 

One dies at labour accommodation in UAE's Ajman

One dies at labour accommodation in UAE's Ajman

Officers at Humaidya police station in Ajman are awaiting an autopsy report to determine the cause of death, it has been found
 
Delayed payments trouble 200 workers in Ajman, UAE

Delayed payments trouble 200 workers in Ajman, UAE

Employees of Essa Engineering and Marine Services had stopped working after the firm delayed their salaries by eight months, the UAE's Ministry of Labour found
 
Qatar delays worker e-salary payment deadline

Qatar delays worker e-salary payment deadline

The country's Wage Protection System, designed to ensure timely payments for employees in Qatar, has been delayed to 2 November, 2015, since some firms are yet to prepare for the programme
 
E-salary system for Qatar workers starts tomorrow

E-salary system for Qatar workers starts tomorrow

Wage Protection System is expected to encourage timely electronic payments, and aims to improve migrant rights, especially for blue collar workers
 
UAE: Indian PM Narendra Modi meets workers at ICAD

UAE: Indian PM Narendra Modi meets workers at ICAD

Modi visited ICAD as part of his two-day visit to the UAE, and is reported to have thanked the workers for their hard work in the country
 
Planned Saudi city expected to create 90,000 jobs

Planned Saudi city expected to create 90,000 jobs

Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province municipality is planning a city in Half Moon Bay, Al-Aziziyah district, which will absorb 30,000 people when complete
 
CEO of UAE's Abu Dhabi Investment Company resigns

CEO of UAE's Abu Dhabi Investment Company resigns

Nazem Al Kudsi has reportedly departed after seven years at the firm to pursue new opportunities, local reports state
 
Qatar: Deadline for worker e-payment a week away

Qatar: Deadline for worker e-payment a week away

Tuesday, 18 August, 2015 is the deadline by which companies are required to arrange direct-to-bank salary transfers, following the Qatari Emir's February 2015 law
 
Oman: 200 workers left unpaid by Muscat employer

Oman: 200 workers left unpaid by Muscat employer

A construction firm based out of Muscat is yet to pay its workers five months' worth of dues, leading them to approach the Indian Embassy for guidance
 
New CEO picked for UAE's RAK Investment Authority

New CEO picked for UAE's RAK Investment Authority

Ramy Jallad will hold on to his position as acting CEO of Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone, as he takes over from departing RAK Investment Authority CEO, Rino Sabatino
 
LinkedIn: 'UAE top spot for construction talent'

LinkedIn: 'UAE top spot for construction talent'

Architectural and engineering services were among the top sectors attracting migration to the UAE, of which 28% was from India
 









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