August 18, 2017

Infographic — Millennials in Health & Safety

As reported in SHP Online, a study carried out by WorkMobile on 2,000 employees at businesses with five employees or more has discovered that more than a quarter of millennials (18-34 years old) not only put themselves at risk in the workplace, they would not know what to do if a hazardous situations occurred. Those […]

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August 11, 2017

5 handy tips for managing Fire Safety

As we have seen lately, successful managing of fire safety of any property is of the utmost importance. It can quite literally be a matter of life and death. In our recent blog The importance of Fire Risk Assessments we took a close look at just one component required, but there is so much more […]

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Food Safety in festival season

August 4, 2017

Food Safety in festival season

In the summer months, not a week goes by when an event isn’t advertised, whether it be a music festival, food festival or summer fair. Glastonbury was the hot topic of the first in this series Health and Safety in festival season. Those of us who were not lucky enough to attend had the privilege […]

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July 28, 2017

John Barnes on the FSA’s recent ‘Regulating our Future’ paper

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) recently published their departmental plans on how they intend to radically change the way food businesses are regulated. This follows consultation since 2016 with consumers, industry and wider national and local government, as part of the FSA’s Regulating Our Future programme. We asked our Strategic Advisor, and former Head of […]

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safety culture

July 25, 2017

Building a better safety culture through your employees

Embedding a  safety culture is key in any successful business, and the way to achieve this is changing. We take a closer look at some of the reasons for this, and also why the change is necessary. Driving safety performance through critical work behaviours In the early days of commercial air flight, most plane crashes […]

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