Pool cover manufacturer fined

19 February 2020

A manufacturer of swimming pool covers has been fined after a worker suffered a degloving injury.

Bank holidays, leap years and their impact on employment

19 February 2020

This year contains a number of interesting dates that may have varying impacts on entitlements to pay and annual leave. With this in mind, Ben McCarthy, lead employment law writer and researcher at Croner-i, outlines what employers should bear in mind.

9 Top fire safety tips for care homes

18 February 2020

Having effective fire safety arrangements in place is a vital element in the running of any residential care home where elderly or dependent residents are particularly vulnerable to the dangers of fire.

Managing health and safety in warehouses

17 February 2020

So, you are responsible for warehousing. What specific issues should you be aware of in relation to health and safety? Gordon Tranter provides the answers.

Our senses and multi-sensory learning

14 February 2020

Children love to explore the world around them through their senses. This is how they come to know their world. Their natural curiosity lends itself to teaching and learning opportunities through a rich multi-sensory environment says Rebecca Fisk.

Don’t go bust!

14 February 2020

A quarter of small business owners believe their company will go bust within the next five years. Mounting concerns such as late payments, cyber-attacks and, tax rates have left the UK's entrepreneurs fearing for the future. Dave Howell advises how to make your business healthy and robust.

5G, SPOG and sustainable savings

13 February 2020

Alan Field looks at how the latest developments in 5G technologies may impact on Single Pane of Glass (SPOG) systems within facilities management — and how they can lead to a wide range of savings including more efficient energy management.