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Susan Cassells  - 28.06.2021

IAQ and Occupational Health

Susan Cassells, business development manager for SOCOTEC’s Environment & Safety division, explains how improving indoor air quality can safeguard employees from occupational health concerns.

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Gareth Rondel  - 21.06.2021

What you Need to Know About the Environment Bill

Gareth Rondel, Sustainability Lead at the Contractor Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS), explains why the UK's proposed Environment Bill will impact environmental governance of the built...

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Mark Bouldin  - 17.06.2021

IAQ in a Post-Covid-19 World

As the United Kingdom marks Clean Air Day 2021, Mark Bouldin, project operations manager and healthy buildings expert at Johnson Controls, explains why now is the time to focus on indoor air...

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Leigh Anderson  - 02.06.2021

HR Strategy Key to Post-Covid-19 Logistics

Leigh Anderson, managing director at Bis Henderson Recruitment, explains why the 'new normal' is generating demand for for senior Human Resource executives within supply chain logistics.

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Cathy Spears  - 20.05.2021

Extending Your eCommerce Capabilities

Third party service providers play an increasing role in eCommerce as companies selling online focus on their core capabilities and cut costs by leaving fulfilment to others.

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Terminix Global Holdings  - 20.05.2021

Beware the Dangers of Termite Damage

A Harris Poll survey for Terminix has identified multiple misconceptions among U.S. homeowners relating to termite damage.

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Matt Whittaker  - 19.05.2021

Addressing Warehousing in the Food Sector

Matt Whittaker, commercial director at Bis Henderson Space, considers the strategies that are available to companies within the food sector that are experiencing reported shortages of highly...

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Jamie Cameron  - 14.05.2021

Achieving Better IAQ

Jamie Cameron, Director of Digital Solutions at Johnson Controls UK & Ireland, comments on recent calls for a post-Covid 'revolution' in building indoor air quality.

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The SOCOTEC Group  - 13.05.2021

Getting the UK Back on Track

With rail operators preparing for an increase in passenger footfall as the UK eases out of its third national lockdown, SOCOTEC provides timely guidance for operators of 'mothballed' rolling stock...

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Dan Shields  - 06.05.2021

Optimising Building Operations with the IoT

Dan Shields, CEO of Shields Energy, extolls the virtues of the IoT as a platform for optimising services and achieving efficiency savings in buildings.

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Iain McIlwee  - 04.05.2021

Welcoming the UK's Sector-Wide Construction Skills Plan

Iain McIlwee, Chief Executive of representative body for the UK's finishes sector, the FIS, explains why his organisation welcomes the recently published sector-wide construction skills plan - with...

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Cathy Spears  - 30.04.2021

Branding Your Business

Branding helps businesses establish a positive and powerful reputation.

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Dominic Ponniah  - 27.04.2021

Why We've Gone Electric

Dominic Ponniah, CEO of UK cleaning and facilities management provider Cleanology, explains why his company has taken delivery of a new all-electric Nissan vehicle fleet in London.

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Matt Whittaker  - 23.04.2021

Where's the Flexibility in Warehousing?

Matt Whittaker, commercial director at Bis Henderson Space, explains how a shortage of storage space might derail forecasts from UK economists of a dramatic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Klaus Allion  - 21.04.2021

Achieving Competitiveness with Communication

Klaus Allion, ANT Telecom managing director, explains how effective communication can unlock productivity gains for organisations operating with fewer onsite staff post-Covid-19.

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Paul Sear  - 21.04.2021

Derailing Legionnaires

Paul Sear, a technical manager within SOCOTEC's Water Hygiene team, considers Legionella management in the UK's rail industry.

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Cathy Spears  - 21.04.2021

Covid-Safe Office Cleaning

With more and more people returning to work, it’s important to keep office facilities as Covid-safe as possible.

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Karen Trigg  - 12.04.2021

Decrypting UK Sheltered Housing Fire Standards

With new fire safety legislations demanding a renewed focus on safety in all residential settings, Karen Trigg of Allegion UK explains why care home and sheltered housing associations must...

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Cathy Spears  - 12.04.2021

In-sourcing for Business Growth

Although predicting the post-Covid-19 trading environment is anything but an exact science, many businesses can achieve greater control by reducing their reliance on third-party service providers.

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Cathy Spears  - 29.03.2021

Getting Paid Faster as a Smaller Business

Securing a contract is often the easiest stage in negotiations with clients who later choose to delay payment to smaller companies and service providers.

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News Editor  - 24.03.2021

Making a Career of Construction

Rachael Groves, a newly appointed contracts manager with UK metal fabricator Ambar Kelly, explains why she loves her career in construction.

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Cal Lee  - 19.03.2021

Flex Space and London's 'Doughnut' Boroughs

Cal Lee, global head of Savills venture Workthere, comments on predictions from UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak of a rise in hybrid and flexible working in London's local hubs when the pandemic ends.