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What’s in this issue? Risky Business – A closer look at key areas of risk affecting your business Book your place on our Information Security Management Training Day in June Recognising Apprenticeship Achievements – Why ISO Quality Services enter the National Apprenticeship Awards Upcoming Events ISO Quality Services – Company Video Be part of our online community Refer a friend Risky Business – A closer look at key areas of risk affecting your business Risk management can be defined as “the identification, assessment and prioritisation of risks followed by co-ordinated and economical application of resources to minimise, monitor and control the probability and/or impact of unfortunate events or to maximise the…

As business owners and managers, we all know that we need to take risks sometimes.  Taking risks helps businesses to grow, develop and prosper – the farmer that now runs a campsite for example. But all businesses, regardless of size, need to be aware of their risks, analyse them and address them to help not…

What’s in this issue? Putting Energy into the ISO 14001 How ISO 14001:2015 can improve your business Book your place on our Environmental Management Training Day in June ISO Quality Services shortlisted for Excellence in Professional Services Award Successful Blindfold Mile raising money for Sight Concern Worcestershire Upcoming Events ISO Quality Services – Company Video Be part of our online community Refer a friend Putting Energy into the ISO 14001 ISO 14001 is the established standard for environmental management. It has gained both traction and acceptance as the way to demonstrate that you operate in an environmentally conscious way. First published in 2004, ISO 14001 is now in its third edition. The latest, 2015 edition…

On Saturday 24th April Jennifer, Debbie, Ryan, Ina, Aleks and Sarah took part in the Blindfold Mile raising money for Sight Concern Worcestershire. The event took them through the city centre in pairs, one blindfolded and one guiding, then swapping over at quarterly stages. By doing the walk it gave them an insight to the challenges…

Jennifer, Debbie, Sarah, Ina, Aleks and Ryan will all be participating in the walk through the city centre. Working in pairs, they will follow a designated route whilst also undertaking a number of sensory challenges that blind and partially sighted people have to overcome every day. Sight Concern Worcestershire is dedicated to improving the lives…


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