NSI, ACM-CCAS And SSAIB Team Up In The Fight Against Rogue Labour In The Security And Event Sectors Post-Covid
Buyers who are serious about protecting the public and rooting out rogue elements in their security provision, at a time when events are restarting in earnest after over a year of lockdowns, should ask their security companies to evidence their approval to the Code of Practice for the ‘Provision of Labour in the Security and Events Sectors’.
IPAF has launched a new type of membership, Safety Professional member, aimed at those in health & safety or related supervisory roles.
With this year’s Fire Door Safety Week campaign running 20th-26th September, Door Group – a unit of ASSA ABLOY Opening Solutions UK & Ireland – is calling for higher standards of fire door inspections in public and commercial buildings to ensure life safety.
A new government service has been launched to help businesses create more apprenticeship opportunities.
Results from a recent survey carried out by the BBC concluded that 70% of the 1,800 individuals contacted said they do not expect to return to full time office working.
The, WorldGBC have announced an update to the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment (the Commitment), expanding its scope to recognise enhanced leadership action in tackling embodied carbon emissions from the building and construction sector. To accompany the Commitment update and its reduction-first approach to decarbonisation, WorldGBC has also published Advancing Net Zero Whole Life Carbon: Offsetting Residual Emissions from the Building and Construction Sector, providing guidance for how the sector should compensate for its total carbon impacts.
New research by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM UK reveals that ailing UK infrastructure has led to almost a quarter of middle market businesses closing offices and facilities or relocating in the past three years. RSM’s The Real Economy Report revealed that 22 per cent of business leaders have closed or relocated an office or facility in the last three years due to current or anticipated UK infrastructure limitations within the area where they were based. In addition, 63 per cent said UK infrastructure was hampering the growth of their business.