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Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA) indexes more than 560 core journals, nearly 50 priority journals, and nearly 125 selective journals; plus books, research reports and proceedings. Subject coverage includes librarianship, classification, cataloging, bibliometrics, online information retrieval, information management and more 

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CAROL (Company Annual Reports on-line) - offers direct access to companies’ balance sheets, profit & loss statements, financial highlights etc.  Access is free of charge, but you need to register to use the site.  Click the ‘Registration’ link in the main menu to do this.


Hoover's Company Profiles - users can integrate business information from one of the world’s leading electronic distributors of information about companies, industries, and the people who lead them.

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Film Archives 

Black and white movies provides access to free-to-view classic film genres, many out of copyright.


Screenonline encyclopaedia of British film and television featuring hundreds of hours of film and television clips 


Screen Search - a catalogue of films from the Screen Archive South East collection  

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Government information includes original and amended versions of both primary and secondary legislation (Acts, SIs and revised/IF legislation), from 1988 onwards, and material still in force from 1297.

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NewsVault - definitive cross-searching experience for exploring Gale’s range of historical newspaper and periodical collections


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Statistics Histpop - The Online Historical Population Reports Website  provides online access to the complete British population reports for Britain and Ireland from 1801 to 1937, including census reports.


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UK official statistics at UK Statistics Authority  - view many datasets free of charge relating to Britain's economy, population and society at national and local level.


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Technical reports Office of Scientific & Technical Information

access to scientific and technical research and development information from the US Department of Energy.


NASA Technical Reports NASA's current and historical technical literature since 1994.


NTIS – National Technical Information Service approximately 3 million US Federal Government technical reports

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Reducing Risk:-

1) Banksman Present during excavation and concrete pouring works.

2) No un-authorized persons allowed on site during concrete pours.

3) Warning signs.

4) PPE to be worn at all times.

5) Goggles and gloves MUST be worn during concreting operations.

6) Risk Assessments for Excavations and for Concrete Work to be carried out prior to the works commencing.

The general risks of cement and cement based products are as follows:-

  • Contains Chromium VI, May produce an allergic reaction.
  • Risk of Serious Damage to eyes.
  • Contact with wet cement/concrete may cause burns, irritation or dermatitis.
  • The lime, Calcium Silicates and alkalis within the cement are partially soluble and when mixed with water will give rise to potentially hazardous alkaline solution.

Tools and Equipment:-

  • Mechanical Excavator.
  • Dumper.
  • Concrete Vibration Poker.
  • Hand Tools.
  • Surveying Equipment.
  • Cable Avoidance Tool.

General Sequence of Works:-

1) Engineer will set out the excavation lines.

2) Area will be scanned with Cable Avoidance Tool.

3) The trench’s will be excavated and levels checked constantly and Site Engineer to confirm that the design depth has been achieved.

4) Levels for top of concrete by laser or conventional level as per construction drawings.

5) Concrete will be discharged directly from the delivery wagon where possible and by machine bucket if required.

6) The concrete will be vibrated and levels constantly checked to ensure correct level attained.

7) The Concrete will either be tamped or worked with a wood float to ensure a level surface.

8) Post Pour Checks to be carried out to ensure line and level are within the contract tolerances.

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