Every member of the Shieldyourself team is an expert in what they do, from knowing regulations inside out to legal support to solving IT problems. Through our blog we will keep you updated with not only what’s going on within Shieldyourself, but also relevant news and topics in the hospitality industry.


June 30, 2015

Hard Work Can Kill You After All!

It is official — the boom which made Ireland one of the richest countries in the world was bad for the health and safety of workers. However, the recession which followed was also bad for workers’ health – but significantly harder on women than men. A body of international research has investigated the link between […]

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June 30, 2015

The Shocking Truth about Food Poisoning Allegations

Imagine this; you decidefor your lunch you will go to that trendy restaurant everybody has been telling you about. You order a succulent burger. A few hours later you are experiencing all the usual symptoms of food poisoning. Now, an easy assumption to make would be to believe that the food poisoning must have been […]

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June 30, 2015

First Aid Training with My Training Academy

Would you know how to help? Do you move them? Should you call an ambulance? Should you use a defibrillator if you haven’t had training? Do you put a something in the mouth of someone having an epileptic seizure? If you happen to have an accident in your workplace would you know how to help […]

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May 29, 2015

All-new Audits

There has been plenty of feedback following the soft release of Compliance Centre V2 and it has made a massive contribution to the redesign of the Audit report! The new Score section displays the most pertinent information enabling you to instantly see the current status of the Audit – percentage score, score band and the […]

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May 21, 2015

A hat for a plate

This week saw the emergence of a campaign group on Twitter called ‘We Want Plates’. With over 40,000 followers, this has now caught the attention of the media. Followers have been tweeting photographs of unusual dishes or items their meals have been served on. This includes food served in flat caps in Yorkshire and slippers […]

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