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Friday December 2nd, 2016

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A training day to improve safety on construction sites

Health and safety is more of a priority than ever at Bouygues Construction, and effective safety measures are becoming even more important across all our construction sites. In light of this development, Bouygues Construction University has launched a training programme for team leaders.

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