Fire insurance law

Part One Few events are as traumatic as a fire that destroys a house or business. Even though the loss usually involves property that can be rebuilt or replaced, victims of fires are often emotionally and financially devastated. They have no home in which to live, no clothing, no furniture, no cooking utensils, and when…

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A message to all landlords

Before you rent out your property Although there is no specific permission required before you rent out your property, there are certain requirements you must comply with in order to avoid the possibility of any legal action being taken against you as follows: Fire All residential premises need to provide a reasonable degree of protection…

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Who is responsible ?

Who is Responsible The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER) requires, every employer to ensure that work equipment is suitable for the purpose for which it is provided, only used in the place and under the provisions for which it is provided. It also requires every employer to ensure work equipment be…

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Health and Safety Law

Health and safety law – control the risk and boost your business Protect yourself and your staff from illness or injury in the workplace. Taking care of your staff makes them more inclined to look after your company’s interests. They will feel safer, more confident and valued. It makes good business sense to get equipped…

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