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Natasha’s Law - what it means for catering businesses and how to comply with the new regulations

Natasha’s Law also known as the UK Food Information Amendment is a new requirement for allergen management that aims to improve protection for the estimated 2 million people living with a diagnosed food allergy.

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Keeping COVID-19 conscious

This week the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) published a reminder for all businesses to “ensure they are working safely to reduce the risk of COVID-19”, as part of its…

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E10 – Fuelling sustainability?

The 1st September 2021 saw the Government announcement on the rollout of E10 petrol alongside the E5 formulation, but what are the difference and consequences?

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Are you managing COVID-19 on a risk-based approach in your workplace?

On the 16th August 2021, the Governments roadmap to exit restrictions took one of its next big steps in a bid to alleviate pressures on business and life.

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Confidence with air quality in the workplace

As the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world, we didn’t know what to expect and how to manage our ever-changing workplaces. As time has gone on, and we move into a place where the regulations and expectations of social distancing have been removed, so what can we do now to make sure that our workplaces feel safe and secure for our returning occupants?

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Taking your ladder safety to new heights

Most workplace and facilities professionals are aware of the risks of work at height and the consequences of getting it wrong. Fall from height continue to be the most common cause of fatal accidents for workers in Great Britain and account for 8% of all non-fatal accidents reported under RIDDOR (2019/20 Health and Safety Executive (HSE) figures).

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Is the focus on building ventilation doing you a disservice?

The current profile of indoor air quality (IAQ) and ventilation has not been as high since the days of Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). So, there is a whole host of new solutions, equipment and procedures constantly in the industry press and in service provider’s literature.

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London showcasing its climate action credentials

Between the 26th June and 4th July 2021 London Climate Action Week (LCAW) is again upon us with the aim of “Harnessing the power of London for global climate action”.

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How do you support women coping with the Menopause in your organisation?

Recently I was on site with a customer and she asked me about coping with the Menopause in the workplace.

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Local authority highlighting the need to keep COVID-19 secure

The City of London Corporation, our Primary Authority partners have issued a press release urging businesses to “keep following the rules to stop rise in COVID infections”.

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Time to help sustain sustainability in FM

The events of the last year have undoubtedly sparked change in organisation’s attitudes on management, capabilities and compliance. One thing that hasn’t changed however, is the need for your organisation to be sustainable, from a workplace, marketplace and community perspective, as well as that of environmentally.

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Keeping the focus on compliance

As the last couple of months have progressed, one of the most common themes I am seeing (as well as suffering from) is getting increasingly busy. I thought this was the case up to April, but was very much mistaken there it seems.

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