The use of green energy is crucial in the fight against climate change and it’s clear that renewable energy sources will gain prominence over the coming years as technology improves. This is a very good thing.
Whilst electrical fires are among the most common cause of fire, an effective maintenance programme can reduce risk and improve business resilience.
Over the past 12 months, the UK has faced a number of unsettling economic changes.
Installing a key safe is a great way to allow key sharing with lots of people, but it is worth considering whether a key safe is necessary in the first place.
Farmers are being reminded they must change their attitude towards safety as Britain’s workplace regulator readies itself for a wave of inspections in the coming months.
Every business has a legal duty to ensure the health and safety of both employees and members of the public. While accidents do happen, adopting a robust approach to workplace health and safety is key to keeping employees safe.
Many employers have quickly responded to the calls of social distancing to reduce the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) by allowing or even requiring employees to work from home.
The construction sector has always been one of the most vulnerable to insolvency.
The challenging economic climate continues to impact companies across many sectors, and senior leaders are feeling the pressure
The annual death rate in the motor vehicle repair industry is 1.6 deaths per 100,000 workers — around four times the average rate across all industries. So, in this potentially hazardous industry it is the task of the employer, to protect workers by identifying the risks and minimising the impact of those risks. Failure to learn from near misses or injuries will risk lives.