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ADT endorses compliance with harmonised standard EN54-23

ADT is reminding the industry, that as of December 31st 2013, it is now mandatory to conform to the requirements set out by the new standard EN54-23 from the European committee CEN. The standard is designed to test the methods ...

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The key to safety and security

  It may be tempting to take a ‘make do and mend’ approach to the safety and security of your premises. But botched repair work, poor maintenance and incorrect installation of emergency exit and fire doors can have serious implications ...

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Risky Business

Procurement risk is an issue for many businesses. Companies need to understand the risks they are exposed to through suppliers and contractors and how to minimise or mitigate these. Tim Hoiles from Trade Interchange, explains why supplier information management is ...

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Debenhams snaps up Altius to improve supply chain compliance

Leading national department store chain Debenhams has appointed Altius Vendor Assessment to manage its contractor pre-assessment and compliance across its UK retail estate. The Altius online supplier management system uses an evidence-based approach to check and accredit suppliers’ competences – ...

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GSH fashions significant New Look contract win

Leading fashion retailer New Look has awarded a multi million pound contract to GSH Group to provide a range of compliance services across its extensive portfolio of high street stores in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. Under the terms ...

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New look for BM TRADA Group

BM TRADA Group, the UK-based international testing, inspection, certification and compliance body is introducing a new name and visual identity from 1 July 2013. The move, aimed at improving clarity of communications and emphasising the group’s strengths, will see all ...

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Commercial office benchmarking study finds service charge practices still falling short of the mark

A report that presents analysis of almost £400m of UK commercial office service charge expenditure over the past four years, found accounting and compliance practices are still falling short of the mark. On average, occupiers pay just above £9.00 per ...

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Morrisons appoints Altius to assure supply chain compliance

With 500 stores, seven major distribution centres and 19 production facilities, food retailer, Morrisons required a central system for monitoring the health and safety credentials and competences of hundreds of contractors undertaking work across its national estate. The supermarket chain ...

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Compliance means business

Held at Commerzbank’s offices in the City of London, in February Assurity Consulting hosted a breakfast seminar that aimed to put forward a compelling business case for compliance. FMJ’s Simon Iatrou reports. Honesty is the best policy, when there is ...

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The game plan

Greg Davies, head of service development for Assurity Consulting, expands on the points of his presentation for FMJ, breaking down the strategic, tactical and operational objectives of forming a successful compliance programme. It is somewhat of a paradox that the ...

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