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75 views, By Daniel
Introducing our signature travel towels. Made from 100% recycled materials, offering an ideal blend of style and sustainability.
151 views, By OH Assessment Ltd
An Employment Tribunal has decided that Long Covid may be a disability, which highlights to employers how the Equality Act 2010 can be applied.
96 views, By Invest in Surrey
The UK Cyber Cluster Collaboration (UKC3) have officially recognised the county of Surrey as a cluster within the cyber security sector, following their application in May 2022.
160 views, By Earlsmann
Approved Electrical approached Earlsmann to assist in providing Places for People with a bespoke LED lighting solution for the Edge Leisure Centre's sports hall
167 views, By Rocoja
The annual summer festival which is has been put together for the last 5 years by a group of volunteers from the local community will return to the Sutton Arena Green Space next to the David Weir Leisure Centre, Middleton Road on Saturday 25th of June.
207 views, By Shotoku Broadcast Systems
Sunbury, UK, - 9 June 2022 -- Shotoku Broadcast Systems,  a well-established international manufacturer of high-quality robotic, manual and VR/AR tracking camera support systems continues its global growth with the recruitment of Darren Webster as...
383 views, By Seidor
SAP ERP specialist selected for prestigious global SME service award.
227 views, By SEIDOR
Multi-national IT consultancy firm posts strong financial results after impressive performance across the globe.
230 views, By Cross Section Music
A small step by step guide getting the best results of your creative works, using simple techniques.
151 views, By OH Assessment Ltd
Health firm launches night worker screening service A Surrey health business has launched a new night worker health screening programme.
673 views, By FPT Software
In the Annual General Meeting 2022, FPT Corporation (FPT) has announced its goal to be among the Top 50 global end-to-end digital transformation service providers by 2030 and plans to continue working toward the long-term goal of becoming a...
242 views, By Fraser Dove International
Andrew joins the team as Chief Commercial Officer, effective 1st April 2022.
152 views, By SEIDOR
Find out more about our new company branding and our exciting new values.
368 views, By Starling Aerospace
Aircraft interior specialist, Starling Aerospace, has carried out a complex seat modification for Cranfield University's unique 'flying classroom.'
272 views, By Mobliciti
International law firm Bird & Bird has selected Mobliciti to supply a new wireless solution to ensure resiliency and futureproof the firm for years to come.
329 views, By OHA Ltd
Using occupational health can provide advice about medical conditions. It can suggest changes to a role that may help, or let you know how a condition may develop. Our top tips will help you get the most from professional advice.
177 views, By Sesame Access Systems
Sesame Access Systems is the leading provider of excellent stairlift solutions and affordable stairlifts prices in the UK. Their services are perfect for well-known properties and listed buildings.
307 views, By Occupational Health Assessment Ltd
A student at Imperial College London's Faculty of Medicine has been awarded the Sue Britton Bursary. Sue Britton was a double-lung transplantee who passed away in 2020. She had worked in occupational health for many years.
216 views, By ESCREO
Every year presents different colour trends to follow which can make your choices of colours much easier.
408 views, By Dogitivity
Dogitivity, a new dog training company in Surrey, offers a modern approach to changing and teaching new behaviors to your pup. Dogitivity challenges the old school methods used in conventional dog training schools.
884 views, By Dappros
The well known State Hermitage Museum has held a virtual NFT exhibition showcasing 36 pieces of digital art. The expo has included both new and previously known NFTs. The event has taken place within virtual space.
248 views, By Occupational Health Assessment Ltd
Health provider certified as carbon neutral 16th November 2021, Guildford, Surrey, UK A specialist medical business has been certified as having achieved carbon neutral status.
230 views, By Occupational Health Assessment Ltd
Autism is a lifelong condition affecting one in 100 people in the UK. Employers may need to support an Autistic employee. How is Autism treated? The condition is not a disease and cannot be treated or cured by medical intervention.
420 views, By Sesame Access Systems
Sesame Access Systems provides practical wheelchair access solutions by designing and installing lifts.
287 views, By OH Assessment Ltd
Malaria becomes resistant to treatment in Africa Malaria is a serious disease spread by mosquitoes. If it isn't diagnosed promptly, it can be fatal.
311 views, By Inspirebytes Omni Media LLC
"Where Did All the Rhinos Go?" Teaches Children About The Environmental Impacts Of Poaching, Forging A Necessary Connection Between Humanity And Wildlife
340 views, By Sesame Access Systems
Established in 1996, Sesame Access Systems was founded by a talented hydraulic engineer Charlie Lyons.
299 views, By Shotoku Broadcast Systems
Televisão de Moçambique goes on-air with Shotoku SmartPeds National public broadcaster upgrades to robotic system Sunbury-on-Thames, UK – September 8, 2021 -- Shotoku, the well-established leader in manual and robotic camera support and virtual...
480 views, By Occupational Health Assessment Ltd
A new drug for the most severe depression is now available in the UK. Esketamine is a powerful drug delivered as a nasal spray (named Spravato). Depression is estimated to affect 3% of the population in the UK.
741 views, By Betjeman Society
Novelist and playwright Jonathan Smith wins trophy for his "intensely personal" book Being Betjeman(n)
345 views, By Occupational Health Assessment Ltd
Firm fined £40,000 after failing to conduct health surveillance A civil engineering firm based in Wakefield has been fined after seven workers contracted Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) because of their work.

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