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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced lockdown will be eased slowly over the coming weeks, with outdoor markets and car showrooms set to open.
Over the last few weeks, companies would have, no doubt, discovered holes in their crisis management plan, discovering challenges and problems they had not encountered before.
In the face of an organisational crisis which is made public, when should crisis management begin and who should they turn to handle a major crisis?
While most companies considered themselves to be resilient, safe and forward-thinking, this pandemic has made many reassess their emergency response plans.
A business continuity plan is an absolute must for companies across all industries and sectors and the current situation only amplifies this.
The government has now updated its COVID-19 infection prevention and control guidance, which could prove particularly useful for any organisations looking to review their risk assessments.
UK energy company SSE Renewable has announced that onshore construction of Dogger Bank Wind Farms has begun
An emergency response plan is an essential aspect of good governance and should cover a variety of scenarios and elements of your company.
The new Employment Bill that was announced in the Queen’s Speech but many in the health and safety sector want to see more detail about what it will contain.