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  • Urban daredevils

    Parkour, a word derived from the French parcours, which means “route”, is a discipline rapidly growing in popularity across cities worldwide. Thrill-seekers everywhere are being inspired by videos on YouTube, and they’re being drawn in their thousands...

  • The blue planet effect

    The scourge on plastic has shot to the top of the political agenda recently, with many retailers and manufacturers talking about “the Blue Planet effect”. When the BBC series screened in October 2017, many viewers were reminded of the catastrophic impact...

  • Cyber and punishment

    What makes an attractive target for a cybercriminal? This is a question the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) constantly needs to ask itself because, as we’ve all seen in recent years, cyberattacks have the potential to cause severe disruption...

  • The risks of outsourcing

    Outsourcing contracts can help local authorities manage budgets and deliver effective services. However, since Carillion’s liquidation in January, we’ve seen considerable scrutiny over the way that public services are contracted out to private sector...

  • The surprising benefits of volunteering

    “One of the great ironies of life is this: He or she who serves almost always benefits more than he or she who is served.” – Gordon B. Hinckley Most people have no problem working when they stand to benefit – commonly through payment. After all, our...

  • Can a park have too many rules?

    No dogs. No cycling. No ball games. We’ve all seen these signs in the park before. Naturally, we need them to protect our open spaces. Rules ensure everyone can enjoy the park, from the casual walker-by to the triathlon athlete. But with summer coming...

  • Tall orders and defibrillators

    A taste for the high life and increased demand for space in urban areas has prompted the development of more high-rise buildings than ever before. While the upward trend in the UK may help to alleviate the population boom, in April 2018 the Local Ambulance...

  • Bad Vibes

    Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) is a painful and disabling disorder of the blood vessels, nerves and joints that can result from the long-term gripping of power tools that transmit vibrations. The issue gained prominence in the 1990’s following a...

  • Health, safety and the public sector

    Following a major Health and Safety Event which took place in Birmingham 10-12 April 2018, let’s take a look at how the public sector is doing in relation to Health and Safety. Overall, accident trends are consistent with the ‘all-industry’ average...

  • Between a rock and a hard place

    A significant number of people who enter the criminal justice system have a mental illness, and in cases where an individual is both a detainee and someone in need of care, circumstances can arise which put the police at risk. If a decision has been...




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