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Don’t Panic! Creating A Disaster Recovery Plan For Your Business

A disaster recovery plan is a documented process designed to help recover and protect a business and its infrastructure in the event of a disaster. It provides a clear plan of action to be taken before, during and after a disaster. A disaster could be man-made or a natural occurrence. A disaster recovery plan is […]

Read more May 17th, 2018

Risk Management

Regardless of the type of company that you run, business risk is inherent. It is unavoidable and it must be identified and managed correctly. As they say, if it can go wrong, it will go wrong! The best business managers see the risks and take precautions, but they also consider the relationship between risk and […]

Read more December 18th, 2015

A New Look For Construction Production

The EU have introduced new legislation, the Construction Products Regulation 2013, which came into force on July 1st 2013. This has been introduced to transpose the EU legislation into UK Law, this legislation will affect the marketing and accreditation of construction products. If you purchase construction materials or equipment you should now find there is […]

Read more July 19th, 2013

Working At Height

The health and Safety Executive (HSE) have recently released a new video which shows the application of the Work at Height Regulations of 2005. In this article, we briefly outline the basics of what you should be aware of in relation to this legislation. For more detailed information we recommend reviewing the guidance available on […]

Read more July 28th, 2011

Let it Snow – Adverse Weather Conditions

The snow and ice conditions throughout the UK are making it difficult for employees to travel to and from work. As an employer what do I need to do regarding employees wages during adverse weather conditions? If an employee does not come to work because of the bad weather do I still, as employer, have […]

Read more December 22nd, 2010