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As Britain gradually gets back to work, Scottish-based hand liquid sanitizer manufacturer ClearWater Hygiene is urging companies and businesses of all shapes and sizes to source locally and back quality British-made PPE products and services. Organisations need to ensure that they are rigorous in securing the highest standard of sanitizer and associated support to protect their workforce and their customers – one that is at least 80 per cent ethanol and meets WHO guidelines. Getting this right is going to be vital for confidence and commercial success across all sectors of the UK economy.
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Leisure and tourism businesses with onsite wastewater treatment plants are being offered guidance to ensure equipment is powered back up safely, as lockdown restrictions ease and premises begin to reopen doors.
Following the UK government’s announcement that businesses including hotels, caravan parks and campsites can reopen from 4 July, packaged wastewater treatment plant provider WPL is hosting online clinics to guide users through the recommissioning process, which will be specific to their site.
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From traversing the aisles of retail outlets to sleeping soundly on the floors of local pubs and cafés, there is no denying the influx of furry, four-legged patrons in commercial environments. According to the PDSA, 49% of UK adults own a pet, which includes 8.9 million pet dogs*. As consumers, we are gravitating more towards businesses that cater to our canine companions and of course, more pets mean more vets…
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Staff from leading hygiene services firm phs Group are on a mission this month to raise hundreds of pounds for a mental health charity.
While they may be based at different locations across the company, seven members of the phs team have signed up to take part in June One Ten – an initiative to run 110 miles each across the month of June. Between them, they aim to clock up in excess of 770 miles and raise more than £600 for the Mental Health Foundation, a national mental health charity using research, evidence-based information and community programmes to help prevent mental health problems.
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As the lockdown in the UK begins to lift, organisations need to clean and keep clean offices, shops, and all other public spaces. The advice from the Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) is to be cautious of extraordinary claims for products – “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”.
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Mitsubishi Motors in the UK has appointed David Rodriguez as its new Sales and Marketing Director. Mr. Rodriguez joined the business on June 1 and brings with him nearly two decades of invaluable industry experience to the role.
Having worked for 11 years in a variety of senior roles at the Ford Motor Company and Mazda Motors UK, across their Sales, Operations, and Finance functions, David joined leading fleet-management company LeasePlan UK as Dealer Engagement General Manager, and in 2016 was promoted to Head of Remarketing with the role being extended to Head of Procurement and Remarketing by 2019.
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Metroline Fire & Security has implemented high tech mobile workforce management technology from Leeds-based BigChange. The cloud based system that combines back office software with a mobile app has replaced a number of different systems with a real-time management and operational system that has proved invaluable for delivering services during the Coronavirus crisis.
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Gloucestershire based consultancy, CDS Defence & Security (CDS DS) has been awarded a contract to deliver Support Services to the Joint CEMA Group (JCG) for Project ERUGATE, over five years and to a potential value of £30m
CDS DS has delivered mission critical support activities to Project ERUGATE for over 19 years, providing a team of specialist engineers, operators, analysts, project managers and support staff at JCG sites overseas and in the UK. Our Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) have also delivered training and mentoring to Forces personnel as they move in and out of roles.
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As the UK Covid-19 lockdown restrictions begin to ease, engineering, design and environmental consultancy firm Ramboll has launched a new, free interactive training app to help businesses prepare and support employees returning to the office, while effectively reducing the risk of infection.
The app, ‘Prevent infection – Offices’, directs employees through typical everyday office situations where there might be a risk of infection, and provides clear training in how to effectively reduce this risk – whether in lifts, shared facilities or on the commute.
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