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FREE Sitemaster Building LT Licences

December 1st, 2011 Comments off

A GRAEBERT SPECIAL –  FREE Sitemaster Building LT Licences!

Valid from 1st December to 24th December only – FREE LT Licences

Buy SiteMaster Building FULL version  and get one copy of SiteMaster Building LT for FREE (for a second machine) the cost of this should be £1,290.00net but they are offering it for only £995.00 for the period between 1/12/11 and 24/12/11 so for every FULL Licence you buy, you get an LT Licence for FREE!

A Support Contract if required on the above would be £325.00 per licence set per year over three years. (Licence Set in this case means 1 x Full version, + 1 x LT version)

Remember we can also include this in our market leading Mobile Surveying Solution Bundle so why not take advantage now, buy one Sitemaster Building FULL Licence and get a Sitemaster Building LT Licence which can be used on any other machine for surveying or back at the office for editing for FREE

Training available on all software.
Training manualFREE with each training day taken with us

For more information please reply to this email or call us on +44 (0) 844 567 2609

www.mobilecadsurveying.co.uk

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HSE Safety Guidance and Codes to be made free online!

June 4th, 2009 1 comment

Over £1 million of health and safety publications and guidance will soon be free to access on the Health and Safety Executive’s website.

On the launch its new five-year strategy for safety in Great Britain, the HSE said it would make all its documents – including codes of practice – freely available in a bid to help SMEs improve safety standards in their businesses.

The documents, which are usually purchased by small and medium-sized firms, are currently only available in paid-for hardcopies.

HSE chairperson Judith Hackitt stated it may take a few months to get all the information uploaded to the regulator’s website, but she hoped it would go some way to addressing the problems the HSE has in reaching small business.

The safety body is also asking organisations to sign up to its new strategy, which has already been signed by firms including Corus, BAA and BT.

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