Why is Warehouse Safety Important?

The simple and perhaps most honest answer to this question is: because warehouses are dangerous. Warehouses are usually filled with moving machinery, lots of people carrying out different tasks, all with a degree of risk of injury and often getting in each other’s way, to a degree. Warehouse managers have Continue Reading

LafargeHolcim tops Sustainalytics ESG Risk Rating in construction materials sector

Strongest result of all 101 construction materials companies analyzed  Report especially recognizes strong corporate governance performance and improvement across all seven of the material ESG issues Leading the way in sustainable construction Sustainalytics, a global leader in environmental, social and governance risks (ESG) and Corporate Governance research and ratings, published Continue Reading

New Statistics from HMRC highlight Sectors that are Missing Out in UK Government’s R&D Tax Credit Relief Construction companies amongst the lowest in UK reaping benefits

Figures released by HMRC have revealed three sectors continue to dominate and reap the majority of R&D Tax Credit benefits including ‘Manufacturing’, ‘Professional, Scientific & Technical’ and ‘Information and Communications’. In light of the Chancellor’s announcement last week to support SMEs focusing on research and development, it is expected more Continue Reading

Establishing the blueprint for vehicle and pedestrian safety at COVID-19 testing centres

In partnership with universities, research institutes and companies, the government is aiming to open 50 regional drive-through sites across the country providing coronavirus testing facilities for frontline workers, by the end of April. Two of these testing stations, which are already in operation at Cardiff City Stadium in Leckwith and at Twickenham Continue Reading