How to keep your business secure after a break in

| Health & Safety

Unfortunately, after a break in your building becomes even more vulnerable to a repeat offense. It also leads to general feelings of insecurity among employees, staff and customers. It is, therefore, important to take immediate action to secure your premises and take the necessary steps to ensure the safety of the building and those in […]

Water System Responsibilities in Your Business

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The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Regulations state that there is a statutory duty to manage and control the risk of legionella in water systems. Legionella bacteria is commonly found in water between 20 and 45°C and can cause legionnaires disease which is a potentially fatal type of pneumonia contracted by inhaling bacteria […]

Why You Should Have a Maintenance Schedule for a Retail Business

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When running a retail business, it’s important to achieve business continuity so as not to let your customers or staff down. Without an effective maintenance strategy in place your business could succumb to unexpected maintenance downtime, which in turn could affect your bottom line. By implementing a planned maintenance schedule, you can adopt a proactive […]

5 Reasons You Should React Quickly When a Fault Occurs

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Implementing a reactive maintenance strategy means reacting quickly to issues as and when they occur, in contrast to planned maintenance which involves regular inspections to identify issues as they arise. Reactive maintenance requires fewer initial costs and less forward planning, making it an attractive method for many business owners. The most important aspect of implementing […]

How Can Your Business Avoid Unexpected Downtime

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For many businesses operating across a variety of industries, planned maintenance is highly important but can often be ignored or side lined, which could be a big mistake and lead to unexpected business downtime. Carrying out regular planned maintenance checks will ultimately reduce downtime, increase efficiency and ensure the risk of expensive repairs is reduced. […]

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