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Changes to red diesel regulations: Advice on maintaining critical assets

Mark Griffiths, Head of Business Development at Adler and Allan, discusses the importance of evaluating your assets in preparation for upcoming legislative reform to red diesel. In the 2020 budget, the government announced that many sectors will lose their entitlement ...

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Legionella: Risks during and after lockdown

Many workplaces have laid dormant for weeks as the Coronavirus has taken hold of the country. This has introduced new challenges, such as the management of legionella Legionnaires’ disease is a type of pneumonia, which can cause serious respiratory illness ...

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Cleaning and hygiene

Ensuring that a building, site or location is kept clean is not only a legal requirement, but it can have a positive impact on visitors to the organisation. And in the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial that businesses are ...

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Survey steer

Members of the FMJ Editorial Steering Committee discuss the results of our FM survey on how workplace strategies, including sustainability, wellbeing and compliance have been impacted by the Coronavirus crisis Since the pandemic hit, facilities managers have played a pivotal ...

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Contact tracing and COVID-19

There are regulations in place for certain industry sectors to ensure that they have track and trace controls in place. This specifically relates to venues in hospitality, the tourism and leisure industry, close contact services and local authority facilities. THESE ...

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Home electrics

Darren Tonge, Sales Director at Hawkesworth on the importance of ensuring that you don’t overlook electrical equipment testing for those working at home As you will be more than aware, Coronavirus has had a massive impact on the facilities management ...

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Staying secure

When the security of an organisation is compromised, the outcome can be significant: loss of, and damage to, property, plant and equipment, business interruption, loss of data and harm to personnel or others. Having good security measures in place can ...

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Essential banksman training can save lives

Reversing vehicles cause 25% of transport related workplace deaths iHASCO, a market-leading provider of Health & Safety and Compliance eLearning, have released a brand new Banksman Essentials training course. 5000 transport related accidents occur in the workplace each year, according ...

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WHA – Standards and Training remain paramount

One thing for sure is that life resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic is not the same; and is unlikely to be so for some time. Organisations are having to operate differently whilst still delivering their products and services. Trade Associations ...

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Lone workers

Lone workers are those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision, and they can be found in many working environments. EXAMPLES OF LONE WORKING INCLUDE: People working alone in premises, such as shops or kiosks Home workers People ...

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