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As bars, restaurants, non-essential retail and workplaces continue to welcome back customers and employees following the lifting of the second national lockdown, new research reveals that UK consumers are increasingly anxious about the impact of indoor air quality on their chances of contracting the virus.

Companies and businesses but also community facilities continue to need good emergency planning so business operations and production can be largely maintained during a crisis. The Hygenia Net professional pandemic plan assures employee safety, allows the company to remain largely operational, and normal day-to-day processes are maintained to the greatest possible extent.

Keter unveils a new sustainability strategy to build on its commitment to the responsible creation of plastic-based products Focus on advancing a circular economy, operational efficiencies and investment in its people to lead a new era of sustainability achievements and positive action Five ambitious targets set to be reached within five years

– Bill Carrick, Product Director, Aggreko The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed everything that used to be “normal”. To adapt to the pandemic, businesses around the world quickly needed solutions to create safe work environments for employees and customers. In many cases, this has led to the fast-tracked implementation of new technologies, innovative approaches and new […]

Register to attend for free now at safetyculture.com/summit-2020 2020 was a year of survival for many industries as COVID-19 impacted organisations of all sizes. To help businesses prepare for 2021, global technology company SafetyCulture, is bringing together some of the sharpest and innovative minds for a free virtual event: SafetyCulture Summit 2020: From Surviving to […]