S2 Partnership’s Software Director, Rob Mead, has recently written an article for publication by GRESB for their members, focusing on the importance of PropTech. Entitled ‘Innovation to drive down risk’, the thought piece highlights the benefits of using technology to monitor and drive continued environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance improvements.
The Health & SafetyHealth & safety law requires employers to protect the health, safety and welfare of their employees as well as considering others who may be affected by their work, such as clients, contractors an... Executive (HSE) has launched its new business plan, setting out its priorities for the coming year.
HSENI has set out its mission ‘to work with others to reduce serious work-related injury and ill health’. HSENI will focus on preventing the most serious workplace health and safety issues in high risk industries and activities.
On Tuesday 27th March, Bill Tucker, Associate Principal Consultant for the S2 Partnership, presented a lecture to the Chartered Institute of Insurers (CII) members, on ‘Intelligent Fire Risk Management’ at the prestigious Lloyd’s Chambers ‘Old Library, Lime Street, London.
The AsbestosAsbestos is the single greatest cause of work-related deaths in the UK1. Asbestos was extensively used in construction materials up until the late 1990s, and is present in a significant number of bu... Disease Awareness Organisation (ADAO) is continuing into its 14th year, with a week-long event ‘Global Asbestos Awareness Week’ (GAAW), to raise awareness of asbestos, culminating on the 7th April.
Continuing its work in supporting the community and the wider environment, the S2 Partnership is delighted to announce its Charities of the Year 2018-2019; Marine Conservation Society and Cancer Research UK.
Subject to being approved by Parliament, the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) (Amendment) Regulations 2018 (GSUIR) will come into force on 6 April 2018. The Approved Code of Practice and guidance will then apply.
The first global standard for occupational health and safety management, ISO 45001 has now been published by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO). ISO 45001 will replace OHSAS 18001, the former standard for workplace health and safety.