May 13, 2021

Has Covid changed crime for the better or worse?

Over the previous year, the pandemic has shifted the crime landscape - numerous crime categories dropped, and new ones formed with online criminals growing in numbers and sophistication.
May 6, 2021

Universities go digital: some positive lessons from the pandemic

The learning experience for university students this past year has been anything but normal. Almost overnight, institutions up and down the country had to take every course and make them suitable for students to digest online.
April 22, 2021

April stronger 2021 – Waste management risks

This edition is an overview of the risks posed from waste management operations, including health and safety and pollution hazards.
April 19, 2021

Duty of Care

The conditions of the pandemic have not only added to the stresses that come with university life, but also given students a few extra to contend with.
April 14, 2021

High Time for Drones

Drones go where many cannot reach or where manned flight is inefficient and risky, and they’re proving to be invaluable assets to the public sector.
April 8, 2021

A step and rotation in the right direction

‘Active travel’ has been on the rise for many years now. Thanks to years of campaigning and state-backed initiatives, people are much more likely to choose pedals over petrol.
March 25, 2021

How can the safety curtain rise again after Covid?

It’s been a long year waiting in the wings for the theatre and events industries. But the national roadmap document like a genuine milestone of hope for live entertainment to reopen its doors.
March 9, 2021

How employers can prepare for the start of the ‘New normal’

For the first time in a long time, people can very tentatively start planning ahead for life unrestricted and employers countrywide can start mapping out a long-term plan for how to safely bring staff back into the office.
March 3, 2021

Unfinished business: Have our students been sold short?

The pandemic turned university life upside down in 2020. Students signed up to a very different experience to the one that eventually materialised, and campus life is still a long way from returning to normal.