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Guidelines from the ICO on collecting customers’ data

Guidelines from the ICO on collecting customers’ data

What must you collect, how to store it, what can you use it for and how long you can keep it – and how it must not be used for marketing purposes Designated venues in certain sectors, including hospitality and tourism, must have a system in place to request and record contact details of their...

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HSE issues guidance on gas safety during coronavirus

HSE issues guidance on gas safety during coronavirus

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has published a bulletin for landlords and registered gas engineers on working during the coronavirus pandemic. It links through to the Gas Safe Register advice and, although this is written primarily for engineers working in people’s homes, many of the principles can be applied to working on tourers or in...

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Indoor play areas – updated guidance

Indoor play areas – updated guidance

The guidance on indoor areas and soft play has been updated to link to BALPPA’s revised guidance on how to manage these areas. BALPPA’s Indoor play areas for children operational guidance for soft play equipment includes sections on risk assessments, the use of PPE and managing employees at higher risk.  It can be accessed here.

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Saunas and steam rooms – Government guidance updated

Saunas and steam rooms – Government guidance updated

Government’s guidance on operating saunas and steam rooms has be updated to state: Maximum capacity should be restricted to 50%. For example, a sauna designed for four people should only be used by two people at the same time. Facilities should operate with 2m social distancing, including marked seating points in each room. Guests should...

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HMRC webinar on money laundering and risk assessments

HMRC webinar on money laundering and risk assessments

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) says that making and maintaining a good quality risk assessment is something that some businesses can struggle with. They recently ran a live webinar covering this subject in relation to money laundering and terrorist financing, and some of the risks which have arisen for businesses as a result of COVID-19. HMRC...

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Importing goods from January 2021: The UK Global Tariff

Importing goods from January 2021: The UK Global Tariff

The UK has left the EU and the transition period will end on 31 December this year. As the UK will leave the single market and customs union, Government says businesses should take action now to start preparing for new trading rules which will be in effect from January 2021. About the UK Global Tariff (UKGT)...

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