Author: Maya Nayyar

SafetyBox website launch

SafetyBox website launch

We are really excited to announce the launch of a brand-new website for SafetyBox, our bespoke risk management software. Our SafetyBox health and safety software has been developed by highly qualified safety practitioners with extensive experience of enforcing the law, advising multi-national companies and working with major international insurers.  It is designed to help you… Read more »

What is Natasha’s Law and how does it apply to you?

Natasha’s Law will come into force on 1st October of 2021 and will mean that all food businesses in England (equivalent regulations will apply in the devolved nations) will be required to label food prepared on the premises in which it is sold with a full list of ingredients and allergens. Currently if the food… Read more »

Don’t let a low food hygiene rating be the reason you lose business?

food hygiene rating

Nearly everyone can recognise the food hygiene ratings that are normally displayed by restaurants, takeaways, cafés, pubs, hotels, supermarkets and other retailers, but does everyone know what they actually mean? Recent statistics by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) show that 63% of the public in England and 78% in Wales say they are aware of… Read more »

Client of the Year Award 2020

Client of the Year Award 2020

We are very pleased to announce we have awarded our first ‘Client of the Year’ Award 2020 to N&M Fibreglass Ltd in recognition of their commitment to managing health and safety risks in the workplace. Since our initial involvement with the company it was refreshing to see their positive approach to achieving a safe workplace for their… Read more »

Be prepared for Health & Safety Inspector visits during Covid-19


Health and Safety Inspector visits are during Covid-19 are still taking place. The HSE and local authorities can carry out unannounced inspections of workplaces to check compliance with Covid-19 regulations, as well as wider health and safety law. Responsibility for enforcing health and safety is divided between the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and local councils depending on the main activity of the… Read more »

Huge £7.56 million fine for Tesco

Tesco logo

On Monday 19th of April 2021, at Birmingham Magistrates Court, a huge £7.56 million fine for Tesco was issued and they were also ordered to pay £95,500 in prosecution costs and a £170 victim charge. This was due to selling out of date food at three of its’ Birmingham stores.  The offences date back to… Read more »

Government offers free Covid-19 testing kits to businesses

free covid 19 testing kits

As of 6th March 2021, the government has launched a programme that allows businesses of all sizes to register for free Covid-19 testing kits to be used in the workplace, for staff who cannot work from home. Businesses must register on the website by 31st March 2021 to receive the rapid testing kits which… Read more »