The results of a survey asking people what modes of transport they used before the pandemic for various activities, and which they intend to use once all restrictions are lifted, will make disappointing reading for supporters of sustainable travel.
In March, we reported that Ikea was refusing to introduce the new Real Living Wage (RLW) rate of £9.50 an hour (an increase of 20p on the previous rate) (see Ikea could be stripped of living wage employer status).
With pallet firms having to extend next day deliveries by up to five days, the Road Haulage Association (RHA) has called for urgent Government action to ease a growing driver shortage crisis which is being exacerbated by the introduction of IR35 tax changes.
In the majority of cases, Building Control Bodies and Fire and Rescue Services work together to achieve safe buildings by meeting fire safety regulatory requirements of the Building Regulations 2010 and the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.
Experts at the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) have urged hospitality businesses to ensure staff working outdoors are protected from the sun. Even given the overcast weather over the last few days, IOSH points out that 80% of dangerous UV rays can get through a cloudy sky.