Can your fire doors handle the heat?

16 April 2012

Fire doors are one of the least understood of all the passive fire protection measures in a building. Mike Sopp advises on how to make sure they are up to standard.

You win some, you lose some

13 April 2012

The third Budget of the current coalition government and George Osborne is beginning to show some real mettle.

Credit check

13 April 2012

Negotiating enhanced supplier credit limits can maximise cashflow and reduce the likelihood of business failure, says Nick Hood

New EU–US partnership on organic trade

12 April 2012

From the beginning of June 2012, organic products certified in Europe or in the United States may be sold as organic in either region. Henrietta Clarke looks at the implications.

Simple, efficient cross-border payments

12 April 2012

SEPA and IBAN may not mean a great deal to businesses at the moment but MEPs passing a proposal to make cross-border bank transfers faster, cheaper and safer are sure that they will, writes Paul Clarke.

Four years on but not counting

12 April 2012

British Safety Council director of policy and research Neal Stone examines the impact of the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act, in this opinion piece.

London bus tour operator fined for crush injury

12 April 2012

The operator of one of London’s official sightseeing bus tours has been fined £10,500 after a mechanic suffered a fractured pelvis when the axle of a bus he was working under fell and crushed him.