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Cornavirus: Security Tips to Secure your Property

Posted: Friday 27 March 2020

We live in uncertain times. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a real test for businesses. The latest HM Government advice is that we should stay home, all businesses premises, except the essential ones, should close. And currently there is little idea of when it might end: 3 months, 4 months, longer? In uncertain times brings opportunities for criminals to exploit. So, following on from our Security Tips for Remote Workers, we have put together some advice for all those business planning or being forced to shut for a protracted period. Reducing Opportunity Opportunity is one of the main drivers for criminal activity, so we have placed real emphasis on reducing that opportunity. The first breach of security is when an asset is known to exist. So, cover your windows and doors. Curtains or blinds will prevent someone looking in and seeing something worth stealing. All those broken locks, doors, windows or lights that you have been procrastinating about repairing, now is the time to fix them. Any vulnerability can and will be exploited. Collect all the keys and alarm FOBs in from members of staff who do not need them. Make sure you have all keys and FOBs that have been issued out and change your alarm code. While I’m talking about burglar alarms, check that yours works. Do all the contacts and PIRs activate the alarm? What happens when it sounds? Who is notified? As the saying goes, an alarm is as only as good as the response it generates. We can help here, if needed. Consider a timer switch to lighten internal and external areas during the dark hours. Make sure the external of your building is clear of debris, overgrown trees or shrubs. Protective Measures With all the uncertainty, you probably don’t want to go out spending a lot of money on expensive protection measures, so we have concentrated advice on making the best of what you’ve got. Identify what your valuable assets are, or those things that are attractive to a criminal. You should place them in an extra secure location. A safe if you have one, or a secure room as far away from your external doors and windows as possible. Your doors and windows are your vulnerable areas, so they should be secured from the inside. A deadbolt at the top and bottom of your doors and sash locks on your windows will really help. You should leave one door as your final exit door; this will be your means of access and egress. It should be secured from the outside using a good Secured by Design product, such as a lock or a shutter. Try to avoid using padlocks if possible, as they can be easily defeated. Don’t forget about your roof spaces as they are often overlooked. Restrict access to the roof wherever possible and secure all skylights from the inside. As mentioned previously, check your burglar alarm works. The detection (door contacts and PIRs) should be as close to your business perimeter as possible. This will provide you with the earliest possible notification that something is not right. It should also provide enough time for you, or preferable a professional security guard, to respond and eliminate the threat. If you have CCTV installed, check it works and the cameras are clean. If installed correctly, it should cover the vulnerable areas of your business. If it is not monitored off site, you may be able to get the pictures direct to your mobile phone. We can provide assistance here, if necessary. And lastly, check your property regularly. Walk around the outside and inside to see f you can see anything that has been damaged or disturbed. If needed, we can provide security patrols to patrol your property in the quiet hours, but it probably only worth it if you believe there is a heightened level of risk. We do live in uncertain times, but that does not mean that we should allow criminals to be successful. Following our advice will improve the security of your property and hopefully keep it from being affect be criminal activity. We hope you have found it useful, if you have any further security concerns than please do get in touch. Luke
Posted by Equilibrium Risk Ltd
Horizon Risk Consultancy Ltd is hiring a Sales employee

Posted: Friday 27 March 2020

Horizon Risk Consultancy Ltd is a small start-up business providing effective Environmental, Health and Safety consultancy and training service to help business reduce risks and improve efficiency. We are currently looking for a full-time sales employee to help us generate sales and support the further growth of the business. The idea candidates will have the ability to work on their own initiative, be resilient, and have great communication and B2B sales experience or skills, and be excellent at building relationships with all sorts of clients and individuals. This is an excellent opportunity for individual who possess an entrepreneur spirit, has the motivation and ability to generate sales and develop new business. If you are a recruitment agent or an expert freelance recruiter, please contact me on how we can work together to fill the role. For other businesses, please help to share the job with any suitable individual who is interested to work with a professional service company and grow with the business. Please find a copy of the Job Description at: http://horizonriskconsultancy.com/about-horizon/job-vacancy-sales-marketing-assistant Thanks for your help in advance. I hope that during these difficult times, you, your loved ones and those who you are able to reach out to are well and coping with the challenges. Sandy Lu Managing Director Horizon Risk Consultancy Ltd, 3M Buckley Innovation Centre, Firth Street, Huddersfield, HD1 3BD +44 01484 937128 info@horizonriskconsultancy.com
Posted by Horizon Risk Consultancy Ltd
Juggling work, volunteering and courgettes with Peter Sargent

Posted: Friday 27 March 2020

In this episode we are chatting with Peter Sargent who is a consultant around investment for local businesses amongst other things which you will find out about as you listen but he also volunteers at The Welcome Centre in Huddersfield (www.thewelcomecentre.org) which is a really worthwhile cause helping local families and individuals in crisis with food, toiletries and other essential items as well as providing advocacy, guidance, and support to address underlying issues. We just need to mention at this stage that this episode was recorded about 3 weeks ago and at the point of airing we are in the midst of the Corona crisis and 3 days into lockdown in the UK. We did consider holding off on releasing it until we are on the other side of the crisis but then we decided that in and amongst the terrible situation we all find ourselves in that our listeners may be in need of a little light hearted entertainment. So if that is what you are looking for, this is for you - there is no mention of the C word in this episode although we are working on bringing you some 'bonus' episodes where we will discuss it but as always we will be finding the positives in the situation and trying our best to keep our sense of humour too. Anyway, back to the lovely Peter! Born and bred in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire just like our lovely Michelle was, his education choices were initially made by his mum based on which college would enable him to get a free bus pass. Not the cleverest kid at grammar school he managed to scrape through his O-Levels and went on to do A-Levels and inspired by his teachers 'Piggy Bower' and Mr Addy began to love education at last. He then went onto university, the first in his family to do so like many people from his generation, and then drifted into teacher training but left part way through. Following a short stint in the potteries of Stoke-on-Trent he found himself back home and managed to land a job as a trainee accountant where things were very different to how they are now, they didn't even use calculators! We know, can you believe it? He ended up dealing with the employees of businesses that had become insolvent and from there built up the insolvency side of the practice he was working for. What follows is a very successful career in insolvency including setting up his own practice and all the ups and downs that go with owning your own business. After selling his business in 2005 worked for a bigger practice for another 10 years on a part time basis which enabled him to take up a part time role with R3 Association of Business Recovery Professionals through which he met many politicians and influential business people which then led to a meeting with Richard Charlesworth from Charlesworths in Huddersfield and then to where he is today helping local businesses get investment. On top of all this Peter feels a need to give back to the community so volunteers at The Welcome Centre providing support to all sorts of vulnerable people via the food bank. If you want to help then you can always donate a few tins or dried food to the trolleys they have on the way out in most supermarkets. Lots of other random things are discussed throughout this episode including out usual moments game and other nuggets so listen in. Podcast Link - https://anchor.fm/twonorthernlasses/episodes/Juggling-work--volunteering-and-courgettes-with-Peter-Sargent-ebvjl3
Posted by Justo Software
Yorkshire tech firm pays staff to undertake NHS volunteering

Posted: Thursday 26 March 2020

Elland-headquartered technology specialist Vapour Cloud has decided that colleagues from throughout the entire business will be given paid leave to undertake NHS volunteering and support the fight against COVID-19. CEO Tim Mercer announced today that everyone will be granted up to half a day of paid time out per week to ‘do their bit’. The move follows the launch of the Government’s appeal for 250,000 people to support the 1.5 million vulnerable residents unable to leave their homes for the next 12 weeks in a bid to shield themselves from the virus. British citizens in good health have been asked to assist with shopping, deliver medicines, telephone the housebound and, where they have a career background in the NHS, return to the front-line. And – at the time of writing – more than half a million have already signed up. Speaking about the decision to support the ‘national effort’ called for by Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Vapour’s CEO Tim Mercer said: “As the UK community continues its battle against COVID-19, it’s certainly a time to ‘dig deep’ in whatever way businesses and individuals possibly can. From pressing ahead with pioneering engineering and tech research, to donating to food banks in the local community and simply applauding the efforts of frontline NHS workers, there are many ways for people to come together. “Offering paid leave for colleagues who take time out to ‘do their bit’, is another little gesture – put forward by our head of cloud services and NHS volunteer Craig Holmes – to help us stick together as a nation and provide support when it’s needed. I hope as many colleagues as possible will take advantage of this opportunity to give something back.” Last week, Vapour also announced that free technical consultancy was also being offered to support businesses of all shapes and sizes with the shift to remote working.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
Big brands demand green products as Leach launches eco range

Posted: Tuesday 24 March 2020

Graphic display specialist Leach has revealed the latest ‘eco’ additions to its portfolio, following 12 months of research and development alongside a focused industry study. The Yorkshire-headquartered company has invested over 100 man-hours into its latest product suite over the past year – designed to further bolster its long-held ‘green conscience’. Now available to customers, the 16 environmentally-friendly materials are PVC-free, recycled or recyclable – with a ‘return to base’ model encouraging users to send back any obsolete graphics for onward recycling. Gaining customer insight, Leach has also recently polled the opinions of 164 decision-makers from some of the world’s leading brands – including Vauxhall, Arcadia Group, Estée Lauder and Beaverbrooks – in order to establish what really matters when it comes to visual installations. Over half of the respondents said that being ‘green’ was a strategic priority for their board, with 49% stating their company’s investment into environmentally conscious products would increase in 2020. Interestingly, 64% of people said purchasing decisions were made with the eco impact in mind. James Lavin, managing director at Leach, said: “It’s no secret that the environmental issues in society have pushed companies to adopt a greater ‘eco stance’ – in the quest to ensure business remains strong while striving to protect the planet. “Leach has always been of this mindset, but we’ve taken things a step further with the launch of our complete eco range. We’ve already received some fantastic feedback and, importantly, these greener solutions have no detrimental impact on the high-quality results provided – the ‘wow factor’ is still extremely apparent!” Leading the charge, the newly-launched Eco Screen is made from 100% recycled yarn. This state-of-the-art textile can be used across a range of fabric graphic communications, with minimal impact upon the environment. The Leach Box meanwhile, is the latest iteration of the firm’s lightbox. With power consumption having been reduced by 30% and having slashed manufacturing time in half, the new design centres around a reduction in carbon footprint. Leach has always been committed to reducing its carbon footprint. In 2008, the firm received the Queen’s Award for its investment into products incorporating LED lights for energy efficiency, changeable graphics to promote reusability, and lightweight rollable solutions to reduce transport costs.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
Engineering firm pledges commitment to mental health through nationwide scheme

Posted: Tuesday 24 March 2020

With suicide rates among construction workers at 3.7 times the national average*, a Yorkshire electrical engineering firm has made a commitment to protecting the mental wellbeing of its employees. Smith Brothers Contracting Ltd is now an official Supporter of Mates in Mind (MinM) – a leading UK charity that enables organisations to improve their workforces’ mental health. The scheme – which is specific to the construction industry – provides a range of services, support and options, providing employers with the skills, clarity and confidence necessary to raise awareness, improve understanding and address the stigma that surrounds mental health. Darrell Johnson, SHEQ manager at Smith Brothers Contracting Ltd said: “When we think of ‘health and safety’, we shouldn’t automatically default to high-vis and hard hats. It’s vital that firms go beyond physical health and encompass psychological fitness too. “By speaking openly about mental health in a shared forum, organisations can slowly break down any stigma that still surrounds the notion of discussing thoughts and feelings out loud. Smith Brothers is committed to providing a positive working environment and appropriate support for our colleagues, in order to have a positive effect on our staff’s emotional wellbeing.” James Rudoni, managing director at Mates in Mind added: “Research shows that those working within construction-related industries often suffer from poor mental health more than employees in other sectors. This could be due to the fact that in general men often find it harder to open up due to the stigma around mental health, that those within the industry can work irregular shift patterns, often in testing conditions, and also spend a lot of time away from home and their families.” “Historically, the construction environment hasn’t been one that encouraged people to seek help. Those within the industry do not necessarily know how to recognise poor mental health in themselves or others around them, and also might not know where to turn if someone on site is suffering. That is why Mates in Mind is working with key industry partners, like Smith Brothers, to tackle mental ill-health across the industry. We are delighted that Smith Brothers has joined our community of Supporters and made a commitment to ensure they challenge the norm in their own organisation and support colleagues throughout their tenure.” As part of the scheme, Smith Brothers’ regular ‘toolbox talks’ – which cover timely elements of SHEQ (Safety, Health, Environment and Quality) – will position workplace wellbeing and mental health front-and-centre during April’s discussions. The firm has also produced a mental health policy, while other incentives include an organisational wellbeing assessment, dedicated awareness course, free professional support services for the team, as well as ongoing upskilling and training of mental health first aiders.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
Coronavirus: Security Tips for Remote Working

Posted: Tuesday 24 March 2020

The Coronavirus (COVID – 19) is a major challenge for business and as things stand there is no end in sight. At present, the official advice is to implement “social distancing measures” with most business encouraging remote working where possible. But this brings with it its own security challenges, not only cyber security challenges but physical and personal security challenges. As a security and risk management company, we are ideally placed to provide some advice and guidance to keep you and your staff safe. Personal Security Firstly, establish a buddy network with other workers. This maybe a colleague in your business or, if you work alone, someone in your area. The chances are that there will be other remote workers in your area, so get to know them. Keep 1-2-1 meetings to a minimum, but if necessary, ensure that someone knows where you are going, and when you will be back. It may be worthwhile establishing a call back procedure. Ensure you have emergency numbers handy- next to or on the phone, and preferably set up as a speed dial. Make sure you are aware of the escape routes and ensure they are easily accessible. If you are meeting with someone on your own, make sure that they are not between you and your escape. If you still feel at risk, a Lone Worker App may be worth considering. The app can provide professional support with regular check calls. We can help you with this. Physical Security Firstly, fix all faulty locks, doors, windows, and light bulbs. If you are working from home, don’t leave back doors open. If you have an alarm fitted, ensure all doors are set to chime when the door is opened. Do not leave valuable items on display. The first breach of security is when an item is known to exist, so keep things out of sight. Keep an eye on anyone who is loitering nearby. It may be necessary to ask politely if they need assistance. This attention to detail conveys you are in control of your space. If you deal with cash, use a safe and keep as little cash at home as possible. Keep all cash handling away from doors and windows or where you can be overlooked. Consider installing a security system at home. An intruder alarm and CCTV system can add extra protection when it is most needed. We can assist you with this if needed. Cyber Security Firstly, ensure all employees laptops are secure. This means using full disk encryption, implementing robust password management and ensuring all software is up to date. Enforce device control to manage the use of USB and other peripherals. Implement good security practices such as logging off from a system when it is not in use and not leaving property unattended in public spaces. You should also use a screen saver to lock your screen whenever you are away from your laptop. Shortcuts such as Win+L (Windows) or Ctrl+Cmd+Q (Mac) can be used to quickly lock a screen. Screen savers should have a password. If you are accessing your company networks or using public Wifi, use a VPN (Virtual Private Network). Implement MFA (Multi Factor Authentication) when logging into the company networks. For financial transactions, restrict the number of people authorised to conduct new or overseas transfers. Ensure all new requests are subject to secondary confirmation. Using conferencing technology (Skype, Zoom etc) can confirm transaction are coming from a legitimate member of staff. Implement visibility across your entire network so that you can detect unprotected devices and receive notifications of abnormal behaviour. We can support you with this if needed. In these uncertain times, it is vital we all pull together and support each other. But uncertainty can lead to opportunities for criminals to exploit. Following our guidance will help keep you, your staff and your business safe. As ever, if you would like to know more, or if you have concerns about security, then please get in touch.
Posted by Equilibrium Risk Ltd
COVID-19 BUSINESS FINANCE HELPLINE

Posted: Tuesday 17 March 2020

A national helpline has been set up in West Yorkshire to help businesses survive the Coronavirus crisis. Commercial Finance Consultancy ABL Business has set up the advice line to provide information on the Government’s CBILS (Coronavirus Business Interruption Loans Scheme) and also on what banks are doing to help businesses remain resilient. The company’s joint Managing Director, Alex Beardsley, sits on the CBI’s Regional Council for Yorkshire and the Humber which means she is receiving real-time information from the epicentre. It was decided that they should use this information, not just to advise their own clients, but to support the wider business community through the crisis. The number to call for COVID-19 Business Finance Advice is 0333 003 7685 Lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Ms Beardsley said: “We know from the rise in the number of queries we have had and the discussions with our clients and their advisors, that it is not ‘Business as Usual’ for all. “Those in service industries have the ability to work remotely and still function, but for manufacturing, engineering, logistics or hospitality businesses, to name but a few, employees being unable to come in to work or get out and about would, basically, put an end to the business. “Following on from what has already been a difficult and uncertain start to the year, with Brexit and Storm Ciara, the effects of COVID-19 on the UK economy are yet to be seen in full but the constraints are already being felt by UK businesses”. She said that some funders were openly pulling out of certain markets and suspending lending to these sectors and some lenders were pausing lending altogether. But following on from The Chancellor of the Exchequer announcing a budget that ring-fences £2bn for SMEs affected by the Coronavirus outbreak and banks outlining their individual facilities to help minimize the effects, the outlook is not all doom and gloom. With the additional complexities companies are now facing, the team at Cleckheaton-based ABL Business feel it is critical to share their expertise with business owners themselves and also their business advisers, to ensure that they can navigate this uncertain time and come out of the other side intact. Ms Beardsley added: “Because it is our job to understand the Commercial Finance Market and advise businesses accordingly, we will do so throughout this pandemic. We have opened the free national helpline for commercial finance questions in relation to Coronavirus and the impact on UK businesses. “As a Commercial Finance Consultancy we work closely with our clients to ensure that they get the right finance facilities that work for their business and this has never been more important than now. We are also here and available to speak to any advisors of businesses who find they are unable to keep up to date with all of the elements changing in the market place. “Right now we have to help business owners, finance teams and their advisors get creative when it comes to ways to inject cash into the business and ride out the crisis period. “Please don’t leave it too late to take advice. You can call here and we will be waiting to discuss with you your current situation and provide advice, support and potential signposting to ensure you get the business support you require”. More information can also be found on https://www.abl-business.co.uk/lp/covid-19-finance-helpline
Posted by ABL Business Ltd
Back in time from the corporate world to TV stardom with podcaster Lesley Ellis

Posted: Friday 13 March 2020

In the latest Two Northern Lasses podcast - After our little opening chat where we talk about an event we went to recently put on by The Huddersfield Giants which was fab and really inspiring we talk with Lesley Ellis about her career and her aspirations with a surprising twist in the middle. We met Lesley through the podcasting world as we use the same producer (producer Alex) and having heard her story we thought you might like to 'meet' her too. Lesley is about to launch a podcast in just a few weeks and we will share the links to it as soon as we can. Lesley started her career in finance in sales type roles whilst she was also a singer in a band then realised she had written a song describing a life she didn't really like. Bus as a lot of women do she felt stuck in the job because the benefits were good, the maternity leave was good etc etc. And after having her first two children she went back to a different type of role which involved helping others which she loved. Baby number 3 came along and after that maternity leave the role had changed again into a coaching role and then training which again Lesley loved. Unfortunately it wasn't to last due to the financial crash in 2008. Having gained all those people skills, she went to work as a mentor for children in care at the local high school which was really about being school mum and giving cuddles and hot chocolate. Anybody doing a job like this will know how difficult it can be to leave work and work and so Lesley had to make the difficult decision to leave because it was affecting her relationship with her own kids. So obviously the most logical thing to do after these two career paths is to set up a catering business isn't it? Of course it is!! She made loads of foods from scratch spending 18 hours a day catering for an event but no money! Here is the surprising twist, Lesley and her family took part in a TV series back in 2017 called 'Back in time for tea' hosted by Sara Cox. For anyone who hasn't heard of it or seen it, the family are basically living as they did in 'the olden days'. Over the course of 8 weeks during the summer their house was transformed (not to mention cut in half) to initially a house from 1918 then over those weeks through the decades back up to 1999. Imagine going back to a time when there were no mobile phones, no TVs, no internet etc etc. Most of us can't live without our phones for a day never mind 8 weeks! Since recording this episode we have started watching the series and it is so good. We can't believe how the family handle everything that is thrown at them, especially the kids, though Lesley insists there were definitely some tantrums and the producers were kind in the edit. We still think the kids handled it all amazingly! Give it a watch - it is really good! So leading on from the TV show Lesley has done some TV and lots of radio interviews so now is starting her own podcast called The Midlife Manifesto with Lesley & friends. Having effectively been middle aged through each decade Lesley has a perspective that none of us can have and truly believes there has never been a better time to be middle aged than right now. Her friends are middle aged too and are doing mad things like taking up Kayaking and cycling in bizarre places. Having more time and less stress than ever before and getting to this stage is to be celebrated which our Michelle wholeheartedly agrees with - Jayne not so much but she is younger than they are so hasn't got there yet! Although the f*ck it bucket is definitely a thing for all of us and many people we have met. Give Lesleys podcast a listen but be warned, you may need tissues! You can find the podcast on any major platform or here - https://anchor.fm/twonorthernlasses/episodes/Back-in-time-from-the-corporate-world-to-TV-stardom-with-podcaster-Lesley-Ellis-ebf77q
Posted by Justo Software
Getting in the swing for Vintage Bling Fling

Posted: Thursday 12 March 2020

Businesswomen will be getting in the swing by donning glamorous 1940s glad rags for this year’s vintage-themed Bling Fling charity “jamboree”. The vintage theme has been chosen to commemorate VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) which marks the 75th anniversary of the formal end of World War II, because this year’s event, on Friday May 1, takes place just a week before the May 8 celebrations. The Bling Fling charity businesswomen’s lunch is held annually at The Arches in Dean Clough, Halifax, in aid of the Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice in Huddersfield. Head of the Bling Fling Committee Vicki Davenport said: “With the VE Day celebrations so close at hand, we decided a vintage theme would be most appropriate for this year’s event. To really get into the spirit of the era, we ask that every lady attends in their best Vintage attire – and there will be a prize for the best dressed guest on the day”. To support the ladies with putting on the style, The Bling Fling has partnered with High Society, purveyors of fine vintage clothing, at The Carding Shed, a retro, vintage-themed experience, based in a former mill in Holmfirth. High Society will donate 20% of the cost of any outfits bought by Bling Fling ladies to the Forget Me Not charity coffers. The company has also provided another exciting attraction for the event, in the form of The Beast – a vintage car belonging to classic car company I K Classics, based at the Carding Shed. The Beast is a favourite at vintage vehicle events like “Race the Waves” in Bridlington and will no doubt be a magnet for souvenir selfies at the Bling Fling. The Beast started life as a 1939 25hp Town & Country Saloon, but was badly damaged in an electrical fire some years ago. Three years ago, the rolling chassis came into the hands of I K Classics were they set about restoring and modifying it to its current incarnation. It now takes the guise of a 1920/30s-style two-seater touring racer, similar to a vintage Bentley. The engine and gearbox are from a V12 Jaguar E-type with most of the other components sourced from auto jumbles and online. Around 300 businesswomen from across Kirklees and Calderdale will be attending the Bling Fling, which has now become such a popular date on the Calendar that this year’s tickets sold out within a week of going on sale. As always, there will be lots of different ways to win prizes, such as an auction, slam dunk lucky dip, a raffle and a balloon pop for the star prize. This year, the lucky winner will pick up a villa holiday in Spain, courtesy of Peter David Properties, Estate Agents, based in Halifax, Brighouse, Hebden Bridge and Huddersfield. Other business backers for this year’s event are Halifax-based Aquaspersions, manufacturers of water-based additives for the polymer and association industries; Core Facility, facilities services providers, based in Calderdale and Kirklees; Franklyns Jewellers of Halifax; and Huddersfield Landrover dealership, Rybrook Landrover, plus many other generous local businesses. Last year’s Floral Bling Fling raised an impressive £22,000 for the Hospice, topping the £17,750 raised by the inaugural Diamond Bling Fling in 2018, so organisers are hopeful that this year’s event will smash the record once again. Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice supports families whose children have life-shortening illnesses. They need to raise £4 million a year to continue to care for the more than 500 families they look after. If you’d like to get involved as a business backer or support the Bling Fling in some way, such as offering prizes for the event, you can get in touch by emailing marketing@theblingfling.co.uk
Posted by ABL Business Ltd
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