Roger Bibbings, occupational safety adviser at the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), gives his response to Lord Young’s review of health and safety, published in October

Situated in the middle of the country, West Midlands is made up of a variety of regions which offer organisations a wealth of venues to hold their conference, event or team building activity

Choosing an academic venue to hold your conference or event can offer value for money, without a compromise on product or service, writes Kirstie Danzey, Nottingham Conferences

The UK Government has set out an ambitious plan for all new homes to be zero carbon from 2016. Neil Jefferson of the Zero Carbon Hub explains what is right for tomorrow’s homes

Problems such as back pain are a major cause of sickness absence in office-based work. Richard Graveling highlights what to consider when setting up an ergonomically-sound workplace

Total Workplace Management 2010 gave FM professionals a chance to address all their needs through an extensive exhibition, innovative features and useful networking opportunities

Local and national government professionals had the opportunity to get up to speed on the latest issues facing the public sector at the recent Public Sector Credit Conference

With a host of interactive features, a wealth of educational content and numerous networking opportunities, the UK’s key commercial leisure event, Leisure Industry Week, closed a success

For most conference visitors part of the attraction of coming to London is the almost endless list of fantastic downtime activities, from sight-seeing to shopping to eating out

How can you keep staff motivated in the face of major cutbacks, asks Andrew Johnson, director-general, the UK Gift Card & Voucher Association

Unpaid debt, such as council tax and rent, is a growing problem and local authorities are bearing the brunt of it, says Kerry Walsh, head of Training & Events, Institute of Credit Management

The use of UK remanufactured cartridges over original ones has the potential to cut costs, cut waste, reduce CO2 and safeguard jobs, urges the UK Cartridge Remanufacturers Association

Malcolm Fergusson, head of Climate Change at the Environment Agency, tells us about the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme and what the EA is doing to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions

If you’re looking to provide delegates with a unique conference experience away from the usual uninspiring locations, then look no further than the south west of England

Helen Martindale takes a look at the latest trends in promotional merchandise in the public sector and the sort of products that are widely purchased by government departments

There is now a real opportunity for outsourcing to revitalise the public sector and play a leading role in improving efficiency, argues the National Outsourcing Association

Glen Wilkinson of Carbon Saver, accredited assessors for The Carbon Trust Standard, discusses improving data collection for the Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme

Dr Stephen L Garvin, construction director at BRE, writes about how new and existing developments can be protected from the severity of flooding


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