Brexit and Chemicals Regulations Toolkit

17 December 2020

This toolkit summarises the elements of Brexit in relation to chemicals regulations and explains the legal requirements when placing products on the market.

Business Coronavirus Toolkit

17 December 2020

To assist you in managing the coronavirus in the workplace this toolkit provides links to key information and templates on the website. The information is being continually checked and updated.

Wellbeing Toolkit

15 December 2020

This toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for managing employee wellbeing. It explains the key issues and provides links to useful information and templates on the website.

Brexit toolkit — chemicals regulations

23 November 2020

The UK voted to leave the EU on 23 June 2016. The original leave date of 29 March 2019 passed, and the transition period ends on 31 December 2020.

Risk Assessment Toolkit

17 November 2020

This toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for planning, carrying out and implementing a risk assessment. It explains the key issues and provides links to useful information and templates on the website.

Workplace Coronavirus Toolkit

12 November 2020

This toolkit provides step-by-step guidance for managing the coronavirus in the workplace. It provides links to key information and templates on the website. The information is being continually checked and updated.

WEEE Toolkit

4 November 2020

This toolkit provides guidance for all businesses regarding their duties under the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Regulations.

Waste Classification Toolkit

4 November 2020

Even with the best efforts to manage resources efficiently, every business will end up with some unwanted materials which need to be taken off site. It is essential to know whether these fall within the legal definition of “waste” or “hazardous waste”. This toolkit provides guidance for classifying waste. It includes links to key references, templates and detailed information available on this product.

Water Management Toolkit

4 November 2020

Businesses pay for water three times: when they buy it from the water utility company, when it is discharged as waste effluent, plus a standing charge for both services. A 20% VAT charge is normally added. This toolkit is designed to help organisations improve water efficiency, minimise risks and reduce costs.