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Dave Morris  - 14.10.2021

Making Warehouses More Productive

With distribution and fulfilment operations in the UK under pressure to perform despite reported labour shortages, Dave Morris, a director of logistics software company Vitesse, explains how...

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Kiasu Workforce  - 08.10.2021

Ensuring Fire Safety At Work

Fire safety is possibly one of the most important things that employers need to consider, alongside other health and safety measures.

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Cathy Spears  - 23.09.2021

Investing in Commercial Real Estate

Despite a tail-off in demand for commercial real estate during the Covid-19 pandemic, the asset class is expected to return to growth rates similar to those of the last decade within five years.

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Business Sprinkler Alliance (BSA)  - 13.09.2021

A Cautionary Tale

The Business Sprinkler Alliance comments on a recent fire at an unsprinklered warehouse in Coventry in the United Kingdom which was attended by ten fire engines and 70 firefighters.

No excuses: Trigg believes there can be little excuse for misunderstanding fire door safety given the wealth of freely available resources on the subject. (photo: Allegion UK)
Karen Trigg  - 13.09.2021

Closing the Fire Door Safety Gap

Fire safety doesn’t happen by chance but requires vigilance and an organisation-wide commitment to staff training, according to Karen Trigg, Allegion UK (South East) business development manager.

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David Smith  - 02.09.2021

Beware the Long Arm of PIPL

David Smith, a Partner with The Lawyer "Top 100" firm JMW Solicitors, explains why China's recently introduced data protection legislation matters to the UK and European property sector. JMW...

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CINTEC International  - 30.08.2021

Fire Resistant Anchors

Following a series of highly publicised losses of life to fire in refurbished buildings, Cintec International provides guidance on the importance of fire resistant remedial anchors and reinforcements.

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Charlie Walker  - 24.08.2021

Throw-away Lines

Charlie Walker, head of marketing at fulfilment operator Walker Logistics, comments on recent news coverage of excessive wastage of unsold stock in the UK by online retailer Amazon.

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Diversey Holdings  - 13.08.2021

Controlling Food Service Cleaning Costs

Diversey provides guidance to catering and food service businesses on managing Covid-19 related increases in food hygiene and cleaning costs.

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Cathy Spears  - 11.08.2021

Understanding AI

With artificial intelligence transforming the operation of business across industries, managers of all levels are flocking to understand how the technology can be deployed in their organisation.

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Jeremy Harrison  - 30.07.2021

Keeping Compliance on the Menu

Jeremy Harrison, managing director of MSL Property Care Services, explains why the UK's hospitality sector needs to pay attention to facility compliance following the lifting of lockdown restrictions.

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Cathy Spears  - 19.07.2021

Working in the Food Industry

Opening a restaurant or food processing business can be very rewarding but usually requires compliance with a host of regulatory and food safety requirements.

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Valpy Fitzgerald  - 16.07.2021

Beware of Power Purchase Agreements

Valpy Fitzgerald explains why hidden charges are derailing promises of higher purchase prices for businesses supplying energy into the UK's National Grid under power purchase agreements (PPAs).

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Stacey Lucas  - 15.07.2021

Making Sense of Particulate Matter

Stacey Lucas explains how a technology used to protect building users during the Covid-19 pandemic is also used to monitor CO2 levels in indoor air.