Monthly Archives: June 2012

Special Events Can Bring in Extra Diners But Can Also Add to the Load on the Kitchen Extract System

The UK’s recent Jubilee Celebrations were expected to bring more customers to the country’s many restaurants, cafes and hotel dining rooms. But what effect has all the extra cooking had on the kitchen extract system? An increased quantity of cooking … Continue reading

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Why Companies Can Benefit From A Tree Surgeon

Commercially speaking, companies tend to need to hire a tree surgeon for one of two broad reasons: either for construction reasons or for property and estate management reasons. This article looks at some of the tasks that a company may … Continue reading

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How To Become An HGV Driver

By Louise Collins Becoming a Heavy and tractor-trailer truck (HGV) driver may be one of a major lifestyle choice. People who work as HGV drivers are usually away from home for weeks, oftentimes spending much time alone in the job. … Continue reading

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Lone Worker Safety

By Nigel J Welford As a business owner you may need staff to work on their own due to shift patterns or if they are mobile and travel from location to location. People often believe that lone working is not … Continue reading

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Why Is Health And Safety Important In The Workplace?

By Nigel J Welford Why is health and safety important in the workplace? Because it is quite simply that people’s lives depend on what happens at work. It is not unreasonable to expect that someone will return home in the … Continue reading

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Maintaining a Sparkling Clean Commercial Kitchen Makes Good Business Sense

Most business owners in a competitive market take care to keep their overheads as low as possible especially when trading conditions are difficult, but cutting back on preventative measures can be a false economy. In the catering industry, for example, … Continue reading

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Training To Help You Get Into The Construction Industry

By Louise Collins The construction industry is one of the appealing trades one can work for today. Aside that it pays well; it is one of the biggest industries in UK that has high employment rate. There is a variety … Continue reading

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