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Sypro signs partnership deal with Hull City AFC

EFL Championship football club Hull City and compliance and asset management software provider Sypro have entered into a partnership deal that will see the football club use Sypro’s Risk Manager software to manage its assets across the main stadium and ...

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Right to work checks

Nicola Smyrl, a partner in the Luton Office of Taylor Walton who advises employers and employees on a wide range of employment related issues, warns employers to takes steps to prepare now for changes to right to work checks The ...

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Legionella: The hidden risk

Eric Myers, Senior Industry Technical Consultant at Ecolab and a Waterborne Pathogen Risk Reduction Strategist, on how the unique circumstances for buildings that wouldn’t typically experience months-long shutdown may have increased the risk of legionella and how to mitigate that ...

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CHAS announces single compliance solution to manage multiple supply-chain risks

CHAS, the trusted name in supply chain risk management, has introduced CHAS Elite. This comprehensive compliance solution enables buyers and suppliers to demonstrate their regulatory compliance around health and safety, environmental issues, modern slavery, diversity, equality and inclusion, in a ...

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Fire safety amendments

What the latest amendments to The Building Safety Bill mean for the installation and commissioning of fire safety systems. By Conor Logan Technical Director, Colt  Act responsibly or face hefty financial and legal consequences. This is the message the government ...

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New report from Moneypenny and Worktech Academy identifies key challenges of sustainability

A new Moneypenny and WORKTECH Academy report highlights the key challenges of sustainability, shows how new ways of working are driving change and provides tips on how to build Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) credentials. Joanna Swash, Group CEO of ...

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Emergency light testing

Regular testing of emergency lighting is a safety-critical process that is central to a building’s fire safety compliance. René Joppi, Managing Director at Mackwell, says the design and installation of emergency lighting should be in line with the building’s risk ...

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1 month to go until the changes to red diesel legislation – driving a sustainable future

With less than 1 month until the change in red diesel legislation facilities managers face several challenges. The economical replacement of existing reserves with alternative fuel options is coupled with the pressure to perform the switch while maintaining 24/7 customer ...

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‘Compliance’ – conforming to a rule, such as a regulation, policy, standard or law…

By law employers must provide access to water in the workplace. At a time when there are lots of viruses circulating, in addition to Covid-19, dehydration can weaken the immune system and reduce resistance to infections. Provision of water dispensers, ...

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Take action to secure smart buildings

Smart devices are often connected using unsecured internet such as guest Wi-Fi in buildings, which makes them vulnerable to hackers. John Archer, Solutions Director at Backbone Connect explains how to navigate the cybersecurity risks of smart building technology There is ...

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