Marverine Cole – The picture-perfect new face of FMO

Marverine Cole, better known as a main Sky News anchor and real ale aficionado, is soon to be the new face of FMO

Ban Bad Driving And Save Fuel

Local authorities facing spiralling fuel prices and shrinking budgets could be wasting thousands of pounds on fuel inefficiency caused by bad driving, according to leading fuel card reseller The Fuelcard Company.

Contract Cleaning Market Report – UK 2011-2015 Analysis

Cleaning market is expected to show only marginal growth in 2011

A flat to bearish UK energy market

A weak dollar and the strong Brent recovery over the past two weeks have failed to influence the UK curve energy prices, according to the fortnightly update on the energy market from energy supplier npower.

A Legacy For Safety – RoSPA Congratulates The Olympic “Big Build”

A Legacy For Safety – RoSPA Congratulates The Olympic “Big Build”

New industry guidance on condition reporting

New industry guidance on condition reporting

Poignant training pledge launched to tackle 4000 asbestos death toll

A poignant target of 4000 hours of free asbestos awareness training has been set in a new initiative to help tradesmen across Britain protect themselves from the deadly dust.

Bringing Moving And Handling Training Up To Date With RoSPA

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has brought its moving and handling training up to date with the introduction of an electronic device that helps trainees adopt – and keep – good manual handling habits.

Eurozone turmoil causes volatile oil prices

The economic unrest in the Eurozone has caused volatility in oil prices, reveals energy supplier npower. The news was reported in the company’s latest energy market update, designed to help energy professionals better understand the UK power market to more effectively manage their energy price and volume risks.

HSE Chief To Take Questions At RoSPA Safety And Health Forum

RoSPA’s Safety and Health Forum 2011, taking place today, will open with a keynote question and answer session with Geoffrey Podger, the chief executive of the Health and Safety Executive.

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