A risk assessment is a process that will help you to identify areas or processes where there may be risks, and then implement measures to control them.
The Government has announced that facilities in England associated with outdoor sports and physical activities can reopen from 13 May 2020. Facilities which are permitted to reopen include playing fields, tennis courts, golf courses and facilities for outdoor water sports.
The government has published initial guidance on how it envisages the UK emerging from the coronavirus pandemic lockdown. This includes guidance on how organisations should aim to make offices 'COVID secure'.
While many offices were rapidly closed down because of COVID-19, people caring for historic buildings and museum collections are having to consider complex measures to protect fragile items during the pandemic.
Storms Ciara and Dennis have left a trail of damage to charity properties across the UK.
Storm Ciara caused an estimated £20,000 worth of damage to the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton and the University Hospital of Hartlepool when it hit the UK on February 10, 2020.
Business Continuity Management is about identifying risks to your charity and then taking steps to minimise those risks.
The Charities FM Group and the Charities Safety Group organised this joint meeting on fire safety.
Communities Secretary James Brokenshire has announced that the government will ban flammable materials on the outside of new buildings.
The UK’s largest union, Unite, has called for an immediate criminal investigation into the individuals involved in the collapse of facilities management and construction services company Carillion.