Near Miss in The Workplace: All You Need To Know + Examples

Near Miss in The Workplace: All You Need To Know + Examples

A near miss or a close call in the workplace can easily get ignored and forgotten due to the fact that no one really got hurt… that one time. However, on another occasion further down the line, the same situation could have tragic consequences. This is why you should...

Top 10 Benefits of Regulatory Compliance Software

Top 10 Benefits of Regulatory Compliance Software

The demand for regulatory compliance software is higher than ever and here’s why!  Ensuring regulatory compliance requires the organised completion of a series of tasks including logging risks, providing evidence, verifying controls and keeping detailed records. When...

What is risk management and why is it important? – UK Guide

What is risk management and why is it important? – UK Guide

As an employer, you have a legal duty under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 to ensure the health and safety of everyone at the workplace from your employees to your visitors. Risk management plays a key role in achieving compliance with...

ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety – Guide 

ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety – Guide 

In May 2018, a revolutionary standard, ISO 45001 was introduced. Setting out the guidelines for best Occupational Health and Safety (OH& S) practices in the workplace, it is the first internationally accepted standard of its kinds. Compliance with ISO 45001...

The Ultimate Guide to Risk Assessment | Managing Risk at Work

The Ultimate Guide to Risk Assessment | Managing Risk at Work

Ensuring a safe work environment for all employees is not only a moral obligation but also a legal requirement for employers. Conducting a risk assessment is the first step to successfully managing the risk factors in the workplace, therefore it is extremely important...

UKCA Mark: Product Certification in Great Britain after Brexit

UKCA Mark: Product Certification in Great Britain after Brexit

With the Brexit transition period coming to an end on 31 December 2020, the rules and regulations regarding product self-certification of products made in the UK have changed as well. A new UKCA mark has been introduced by the UK government to replace the existing...

CE mark: Certification for the EU & NI markets after Brexit

CE mark: Certification for the EU & NI markets after Brexit

What is a CE mark? The CE (Conformitè Europëenne) mark is an administrative marking placed on products that are placed in the EEA (European Economic Area) market to confirm that the product conforms with EU health and safety, as well as environmental protection...