Articles

March 26, 2020

Cycling through the jam

Traffic is not just a bit of bother. If left unchecked, congestion can pose a real threat to economic development and quality of life.
March 25, 2020

At breaking point

Trees planted close to property or areas accessible by the public can pose a risk of death or injury to passers-by.
February 11, 2020

Grey fleet – a grey area?

“Grey fleet” is a term used to talk about any vehicle that is not owned by an organisation, but is used by its employees for work purposes.
January 16, 2020

Making the 2020s about long-term partnerships between insurers and local authorities

The decade about long-term partnerships
December 18, 2019

Better collaboration for better infrastructure in the 20’s

The last 25 years have seen the completion of some spectacular infrastructure projects, what does the next decade hold?
October 10, 2019

Anytime, anyplace, anywhere: The transformation of working habits

Managing wellbeing and mental health is critical for the education system where the provision of support services has often been lacking.
August 7, 2019

Is sustainable construction possible?

UK housing trends have seen significant shifts during the past quarter of a century, a period which has seen the average house price escalate by more than 400%.
August 5, 2019

Why ignoring the psychology of decision making is a big risk

Insurance is all about assessing risk. So isn’t it important to consider how we, as human beings, approach decision making?
August 5, 2019

Stress in the emergency services – time to call 999?

Rushing to put out a blaze. Breaking up a nasty fight. Resuscitating an unconscious pedestrian.