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Thanks to the roll out of vaccines worldwide, Covid-19 is becoming less and less of a risk. However, that isn’t to say that we’re totally void of its danger. It’s still as important as ever to maintain good hygiene wherever we go, particularly in communal spaces like schools and workplaces.

It’s no longer expected that all businesses consider Covid-19 when carrying out their risk assessments, or that specific measures are in place to prevent transmissions. That being said, employers still have a responsibility to protect anyone who encounters the virus due to their work.


Safety signs and symbols help to identify numerous risks that may be present in a workplace. By providing the necessary knowledge and safety guidelines, they caution workers to always keep an eye out for those hazards.

Therefore, as an employee or employer, it’s crucial that you understand what these signs and symbols mean. 

Do you know your safety signs and labels? Let’s find out with our fun quiz!


Whether you’re a small business owner or a one-off eBay seller, postage and packaging is likely to be a necessity you come across at some point or another, and the labelling process can be a bit confusing if you’re not accustomed to it. Here, we’ll cover what the essential labels for postage are, and how to use them.


As of April 2022, it has been a legal requirement that large businesses include calorie information on menus and food labels. ‘Large businesses’, in this instance, are defined as any organisation with 250 or more employees, and includes restaurants, cafes, takeaways, and anywhere else that serves food.

Calorie information must now be displayed for all food and drink items that are prepared for customers. Although this is the new standard, you can ask for menus without the calorie information if that’s what you’d prefer. 

While food laws and menu calories may seem an obvious solution to obesity in the UK, it isn’t as clear cut as you might initially think. While there are reasons that it could be beneficial, there are also plenty that suggest it won’t be. Here, we have a look at some of the pros and cons of calorie counting on restaurant and takeaway menus.


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Vandalism is a perpetual issue in the UK that involves the destruction of, or criminal damage to someone else’s property, whether it be an individual or organisation. In recent years, vandalism has been on a decline, falling at a rate faster than any other type of crime in the UK.

However, vandalism is still an issue, so here we discuss some of the ways to prevent vandalism, its effects, and why it occurs.