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HSE workplace fatality statistics: Have we reached a dangerous safety plateau?

HSE’s fatal injury statistics for 2022 to 2023 suggest that workplaces are no safer than in 2016, says Nick Wilson, Director of Health and Safety at WorkNest According to the most recent data from the HSE a total of 135 ...

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Navigating Complex FM Supply Chains: Why Social Value is a Big Deal

By Anthony Hanley, Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain Compliance, Alcumus SafeContractor In the ever-evolving landscape of facilities management, supply chain complexity stands as a challenge that demands the attention of FM businesses. Anthony Hanley, Senior Vice President, Global Supply ...

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Storing Liquid Fuel on your Premises?

Oil Storage Regulations for business are set by the UK Government. You must follow the rules on storing oil if you have an oil storage container with a capacity of 201 litres +. You risk a fine or prosecution if ...

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How do you know your PPE and safety equipment is compliant?

With high volumes of substandard PPE and safety equipment on the market, British Safety Industry Federation (BSIF) CEO Alan Murray explains how specifiers and users can ensure their products are fit for purpose Personal protective equipment (PPE) is designed to ...

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Leading environment solutions firm joins Compliance Group

Farnborough-based company ph Water and Air Technologies is now part of Compliance Group, adding to the group’s comprehensive portfolio of compliance services. Founded in 2004, ph Water and Air Technologies is one of the leading environment solutions companies operating within ...

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MyTAG in Zip World win

Technology firm, MyTAG, has been selected by Zip World as its IT solutions provider for health & safety, statutory compliance and employee engagement. Zip World is a Welsh outdoor adventure activity company which employs over 700 people across its seven ...

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Compliance in the public services

Amey’s Justice Business Director, Pete Mathieson explains the benefits of transforming public services through effective, compliant estates that deliver the best public services and protect and rehabilitate our prison populations For many very good reasons, regulation now underpins and shapes ...

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Retained EU Law Bill: Do you need to take action?

After months of debate, the Government has made a u-turn on its plan for thousands of EU-era laws to expire automatically at the end of this year. Whatever happens, says Kate Gardner, Health and Safety Trainer for International Workplace, we ...

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Webinar: How to create an ethical supply chain in FM

Are you confident that your contractors and suppliers meet ethical labour standards and human rights obligations? For many FM services, managing multiple third parties in the supply chain can be a complex challenge. And, in a sector that relies heavily ...

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Develop opens state-of-the-art training centre and fully to-scale artificial street

Develop, an accredited provider of compliance, technical and safety training, has officially reopened its York training centre alongside its new fully to-scale artificial JETSET street, (Joint Emergency Training Set). The centre, which has undergone a £400,000 full refurbishment, is now ...

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