Archives - July 2019


Window and Balcony Safety

Recently, a Bride and Groom were celebrating their wedding day in a hotel in Scotland. The Groom was making his way to the honeymoon suite whilst carrying cards and gifts, he lost his footing on the stairs and went to grab the banister, but instead fell through a large gap. He is now in an …


Allergen News: Birmingham restaurant ordered to stop serving guests with allergies

Following the news that Natasha’s Law will be introduced  in 2021, allergens is making the headlines again! (Under “Natasha’s law”, food businesses will have to include full ingredients labelling on pre-packaged food) It has been reported that the African Village Restaurant in Birmingham has been banned from serving any foods to people who state they have …


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Allergen Update: Natasha’s Law to be introduced in 2021

The untimely passing of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse in 2016 has been heavily covered in the press with management of allergens being placed at the forefront of food safety within the food and hospitality sector. Nastaha (15) died after eating a baguette purchased from a coffee outlet which caused her to suffer anaphylaxis in 2016. The inquest …


Fire Safety for Apart Hotels and Serviced Apartments

Unfortunately there has recently been another serious fire at an apartment block in London. The fire occurred in the afternoon of the Sunday 9th June 2019 at the De Pass Gardens, Barking Riverside building. The block of flats from ground to 6th floor was engulfed in flames and around 100 fire fighters attended the scene. …