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Digital Week Day 5 : Facilities Management

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The Importance of legionella record keeping and monitoring on the railway

You have undertaken your Legionella risk assessment and it is has identified all of the foreseeable risks posed by Legionella in your buildings, carriage wash plant and on board your trains. So, what do you need to do next? Read More

Food safety round-up: Hemel food business fined over poor hygiene and Stoke Rochford Hall fined after health and safety breaches

A Hemel food business has been fined over £14k for poor hygiene and unnecessary suffering of invading mice and the Owners of Stoke Rochford Hall near Grantham have been fined after health and safety breaches. Read More

5 step guide to legionella risk management for education estates managers

What is the appetite for risk amongst managers of education estates with responsibility for health & safety? Read More

15-point plan for reducing the risk from Legionella in tourist accommodation

With the Easter break approaching, hoteliers and other accommodation owners are recommended to follow the 15-point plan for reducing the risk from Legionella. Read More

Legionella risk assessments for hospitality & leisure

If you are the hotel manager, maintenance manager or property owner you have a legal responsibility and accountability to ensure that occupiers of your premises are suitably protected from water safety risk. You may have appointed, or been appointed as, the Responsible Person. Read More

Council fined after member of public contracted Legionnaires’ Disease

A local authority, Tendring District Council, has been fined after a member of public contracted Legionnaires’ Disease following regular use Read More

Keeping safe from Legionella

Care home operators must take action to prevent outbreaks of Legionella in their establishments, the Water Hygiene Centre has warned. Read More

New virtual reality system launched for asbestos training

Rather than just looking at photos of asbestos in buildings, delegates have 360 degrees view of each learning space, giving them the confidence to be able to identify real life hazards in the workplace. Read More

‘Regrettably in today’s day and age, organisers of large events have to be aware of the heightened security risks’

SHP speaks to Emily Peat, Director of Operations at NCC Events and formerly Events Manager at the NEC in Birmingham, about the planning process involved with running a high profile event or exhibition and what considerations need to be made when taking into account event safety. Read More


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