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Safety first over the Christmas period

Each year Christmas preparations and celebrations seem to start earlier and earlier. Christmas music is being played, shops are stocked with Christmas goodies and decorations, and of course you will be starting to think about decorating your venue, booking party nights, Christmas meals etc.  It is time therefore for a reminder on how to ensure …


Caterers fined for Salmonella Hog Roast

A hog roast caterer has recently been ordered to pay £250,000 following a wedding event they catered for at a hotel venue. 58 guests became ill and 3 hospitalised after tucking into the hog roast and the newlyweds also had to cancel their dream honeymoon to the Dominican Republic. Following an investigation by Lichfield District …


Are your Allergen Procedures up to Scratch?

With allergen incidents continually on the rise and serious incidents making the headlines we have recently developed a new auditing service for our clients. The CSC allergen audit is a desktop audit of a site(s) allergen procedures, documentation and training.  Alongside a review of paperwork the desktop audit will also include a telephone interview with …


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 …


CSC News – July

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CSC News – February

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Norovirus Guidance and Advice

As the Winter is upon us again, this time of the year often sees an increase in the winter vomiting bug commonly known as Norovirus (Norwalk Virus). Norovirus is contagious and can spread very fast. It is therefore imperative that adequate controls are put in place to prevent an outbreak from occurring and to contain …


Retail outlet fined for Health and Safety failing

This month has seen a high street retail outlet receive a large fine after an incident in its Taunton store which has led to the biggest fine in the company’s 225 years retail history. The company was fined £337,500 after a 62 year old woman fell down into the basement after staff had left a …


CSC News – October

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CSC News – September 2018

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