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Ground-breaking Agreement Accepted by the MoD, taking Responsibility for Hearing Loss

The Ministry of Defence has accepted responsibility for the hearing loss suffered by former armed forces personnel in a “ground-breaking” agreement at the High Court. ...
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First National Police Uniform and Equipment Survey Launched by Lancaster University, UK

Police officers and staff across England and Wales are set to be surveyed about their experiences with their standard issue uniforms and equipment as part ...
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OPITO approved Helideck Trainings in Poland – Offered by Vulcan Training & Consultancy

Introducing Fire Field – The First Commercial Fire Training Ground with a Helideck in Poland Vulcan Training & Consultancy (VTC), the largest training centre in ...
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Common Assessment Standard Deadline Arrives

As of June 27, 2024, the Common Assessment Standard — which can be achieved by completing the CHAS Elite assessment—is being specified for pre-qualifying suppliers ...
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The ESG & Sustainability Showcase – September 25th and 26th 2024

Our ESG & Sustainability showcase taking place in September will feature six slots of pre-recorded presentations discussing ESG and sustainability, and how your business can ...
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Ansell Completes Acquisition of Kimberley-Clark’s Personal Protective Equipment Business

Ansell, a global leader in protection solutions, announces it has successfully completed the acquisition of Kimberly-Clark’s Personal Protective Equipment (KCPPE) business. This strategic acquisition strengthens ...
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Alan Murray appointed President of Safety Groups UK

Safety Groups UK (SGUK), the coordinating body for a network of around 73 local voluntary Occupational Health and Safety Groups across the UK, has appointed ...
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Barbie Dolls Criticised for Inadequate PPE in Scientific Roles

Barbie is often said to be able to do anything, but if she aims to be a scientist or a doctor, she needs better personal ...
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Companies Penalised Following Asbestos Exposure of 16-Year-Old Worker

Two companies have been fined following an incident in which a 16-year-old worker was exposed to asbestos. The young worker was employed by P Turnbull ...
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Promoting Mental Health Awareness in the Workplace: A Crucial Step for Employee Well-being

In today’s fast-paced and competitive work environment, mental health awareness has become a critical issue that employers can no longer afford to overlook. The well-being ...
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Summer Should Not be a ‘Down Time’ for a Company’s Marketing and Advertising Activities

As summer approaches, businesses often grapple with the decision of whether to maintain, increase, or reduce their advertising and marketing budgets. While cutting back during ...
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What is the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD)?

The Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) is a new regulation introduced by the European Union to enhance and standardise sustainability reporting across Europe. It is ...