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Death of asthmatic chef prompts calls for inhalers to be kept in kitchens

30 November 2021 by

The death of a young asthmatic chef has prompted a parliamentary debate on introducing a legal requirement for inhalers to be kept in commercial kitchens.

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Consumers ‘at risk in using Airbnb’, says QC

07 December 2020 by

As Airbnb prepares to issue shares within days, a lawyer has said that consumers are “at risk in using Airbnb”.

How to protect your business through Covid-19 and beyond News

How to protect your business through Covid-19 and beyond

11 June 2020 by

The outbreak of Covid-19 has profoundly affected the restaurant and foodservice industry. Many businesses have had[...]

Wake-up call: How to manage risk during a pandemic Advice

Wake-up call: How to manage risk during a pandemic

04 June 2020 by

With the end of lockdown in sight, operators must now form a viable plan for health[...]

UKHA develops Covid-19 secure housekeeping standards News

UKHA develops Covid-19 secure housekeeping standards

21 May 2020 by

The UK Housekeepers’ Association (UKHA) has introduced a housekeeping framework that is designed to provide an[...]

Covid-19 safety Kitemark explored by Downing Street News

Covid-19 safety Kitemark explored by Downing Street

15 May 2020 by

A Covid-19 safety Kitemark to build customer confidence is a ‘distinct possibility’, the prime minister’s business[...]

The view from China: how have hotels coped with lifting the lockdown? Business

The view from China: how have hotels coped with lifting the lockdown?

14 May 2020

As the first country to experience the lifting of the lockdown, China acts as a test case for the world. So how have hotels coped with the restrictions, from limiting the number of guests to wearing facemasks and cleaning bedrooms?[...]

Study to examine how pubs and restaurants can safely reopen when restrictions ease News

Study to examine how pubs and restaurants can safely reopen when restrictions ease

11 May 2020

A new study by the University of Stirling is to look at how licensed premises, including pubs and restaurants, can safely reopen to the public by examining the risks involved for staff and customers.

Mind the gap: practical ways of creating social distance Business

Mind the gap: practical ways of creating social distance

06 May 2020 by

Restaurateurs have been told that social distancing will be a condition of reopening, but how are[...]

Wake-up call: Can you handle a coronavirus outbreak? Advice

Wake-up call: Can you handle a coronavirus outbreak?

12 March 2020 by

Make sure you are prepared now so you have policies about travel, pay, home-based working and[...]

Coronavirus advice issued for hospitality industry News

Coronavirus advice issued for hospitality industry

27 February 2020 by

Specialist advice to help hospitality businesses reduce the risks presented by coronavirus has been issued by[...]

Restaurant bosses slapped with suspended sentences after oven exploded in chef's face News

Restaurant bosses slapped with suspended sentences after oven exploded in chef's face

20 December 2019 by

Two restaurant bosses have been slapped with suspended prison sentences after a chef suffered serious burns[...]

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