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Breathe life

London breached its annual total nitrogen dioxide target for the year 2017 in the first five days of January. The highest level of warning was issued and advice suggested staying indoors, which is pretty much unprecedented since The Great Smog of ...


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New Head of EHS at International Workplace

We’re delighted to welcome Stacey Collins to International Workplace, who joins us as our new Head of Environment, Health and Safety on 20 February 2017. Stacey joins the business after 15 years at law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LL...


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It’s raining’ it’s pouring...

Alas winter is upon us and with that comes rain, wind and sometimes, snow!  With severe weather conditions, employers are often faced with staff calling in to say they can’t physically get into work – either because their norm...


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Christmas Safety Tips #8

Fire action Fire Action Notices Signs are designed to tell staff, visitors and all other building occupants what to do in the event of a fire. They give various instructions including where the assembly point is, how to raise the alarm and w...


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Christmas Safety Tips #7

Electrical safety After 12 months packed away in the loft, Christmas lights can easily become electrically unsafe. To help prevent the most common electrical problems with Christmas lights, and to enjoy a safe and happy Christmas period, you sho...


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Christmas Safety Tips #6

Driving for work If you ask your employees to use a company car or their own for work purposes, you must check they are fully insured and they have the correct licence to drive the relevant vehicle and the vehicle has an MOT if more than 3 years ...