CRC compliance is still crucial

A leading energy service provider has warned that UK businesses must not take their eye off the ball when it comes to carbon cutting and compliance, despite the recent backlash against the Government’s Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC).

Azur Solar ready for challenge on proposed FiT changes

Reduced tariffs will drive efficiencies and technological development

Poor record keeping could result in heavy fines, claims Vaultium

London, 14 March 2011 – Small and medium sized businesses risk heavy fines as well as disruption, if they fail to keep adequate records warns Vaultium, one of Europe’s most secure online file sharing and collaboration solution providers.

Is Your First Aid In Good Health?

TOO MANY first aid kits in UK workplaces are missing essential equipment which is putting employees at risk and means employers are breaking the law according to workplace equipment provider Slingsby.

Asbestos campaigners launch asbestos awareness survey

British asbestos campaigners have today launched a national survey exploring general awareness and understanding of asbestos in buildings and the regulations designed to protect UK workers from being exposed to asbestos in their workplace.

Keep Safety In Your Sites

Employers can now deliver improved on-site health and safety talks thanks to the latest revision of the HVCA‘s successful Toolbox Talks series.

Coasteering Providers Agree Safety Standards

Coasteering Providers Agree Safety Standards

Brits Insulate For Winter As Huhne Turns Up Heat On ‘BIG 6’

Almost 300,000 insulation measures such as loft and cavity wall insulation have been installed in British homes over the past three months, new figures published today reveal.

Addressing The Hidden Epidemic With RoSPA

RoSPA’s National Home Safety Symposium in Birmingham in November will consider home safety in the context of public health, addressing the soaring costs of accidents in the home.

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Programme – Deadline Extension

The deadline for organisations to register their interest in becoming local partners for a national carbon monoxide awareness programme has been extended until the end of the month. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and Gas Safe Charity are launching the Be Gas Safe programme to raise awareness of the “silent killer” and the steps that can be taken to prevent carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Rolling out across England this year, the programme will see 10,000 families receiving a free CO detector and many more receiving safety information.