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Cemex to temporarily shut down plants

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World Cement,

On Monday 13 July, all 200 of Cemex’s readymix plants will be shut for one and a half hours.

On this date, the Cemex 90minutes Step-in will take place. 600 colleagues and 460 independent hauler contractors taking part in safety training course will be encouraged to ‘step-in’ and protect themselves and those working alongside them.

The training has been developed internally and will be delivered by key people at operational level. Colleagues will be asked to look at everyday activities and improve their safety.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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