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Coronavirus Vaccine Approved by MHRA

Coronavirus Vaccine A coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine has been approved for use in the UK. The vaccine will be made available from next week. The vaccine has met strict standards of safety, quality and effectiveness set out by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Other vaccines are being developed. They will only be available…
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Lockdown ends 2nd December

Lockdown Over! Guidance from HM Government sets out the local restriction tier system that will be in place from Wednesday 2 December, including what you can and cannot do in each tier. This guidance is copied directly from the UK Government website and can be viewed in full by clicking here Find out what tier…
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St Andrew’s Day

St Andrew’s Day, 30th November. Happy St. Andrew’s Day to our team north of the border. Did you know that St Andrew isn’t just the patron Saint of Scotland? Romania, Greece, Russia, Ukraine and Poland have also chosen St. Adrew to be there special protectors. If feeling in the mood, celebrate by cooking Traditional Scottish…
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Father Christmas coming - official

Father Christmas is coming this year

Santa is coming this year……Official! The adorable letter from Monti (aged 8) to Boris Johnson asking about Santa and if he can still come this year amid Coronavirus restrictions receives brilliant response from the PM. Monti, aged eight, wrote: “Dear Mr Johnson, “I am eight-years-old and I was wondering if you and the government had…
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World Kindness day

World Kindness Day

“In a world where you can be anything, be kind” – Caroline Flack The World Kindness Movement began in 1998 with the joining up of several countries’ non-government kindness organisations (NGOs). In the UK it is led by entrepreneur David Jamilly, who co-founded Kindness Day UK with writer and humanitarian Louise Burfitt-Dons. Kindness is celebrated…
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50000+ Corona Virus Deaths

Keeping you, your people, family and friends Safe   There are so many opinions and guides on how to keep safe in the Coronavirus Pandemic, so we advise you seek advice from a number of sources and put into place best practice. Howard James wanted to let you know what we are doing to actively…
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Personal Risk Assessments

What does Personal Risk Assessment mean? Personal risk assessment is the process by which to identify hazards, define the risks associated with that hazard, and determine the best way to eliminate or control the hazard. Personal risk assessment requires taking a thorough inspection of your home life, how you commute to work and the workplace…
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First Aid Training by Howard James

Onsite First Aid Training

Save Money, let us come to you Awarding Body Regulated trainers, come to you. Onsite training allows you to train more employees at less cost, maximizing compliance. Train at a time and date that suits your business. Save £££’s over traditional off-site courses. Employees are onsite, ready to return to work immediately after training. No…
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Rebuild your training strategy

Rebuilding your learning strategy in uncertain times n March 2020 the world changed, and with that came unforeseen workplace issues. The spread of Covid-19 has created the obvious business problems – staff safety, income, events and meetings have all been left in limbo. It has also presented L&D with new challenges to overcome. How, then,…
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“Working Lunch” the coronavirus loophole

Working lunches of up to 30 PEOPLE could be EXEMPT from Tier 2 and Tier 3 lockdowns Working lunches could be exempt from Tier 2 and 3 coronavirus restrictions Downing Street has suggested that people can meet inside pubs ‘for work’  Hospitality chiefs are now seeking urging clarity on Covid measures  A lockdown loophole has…
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