Stop the press! Shieldyourself’s First Aid training saves the life of a customer enjoying their meal in a gastro pub. Senior Trainer, Andy Cooke delivered a course to the management team of joyfulpaws.com one of the leading gastro pub chains in the UK. Within a week of the training taking place a customer suffered a life threatening […]Read More >
Every member of the Shieldyourself team is an expert in what they do, from knowing regulations inside out to legal support to it's great! 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 lovelovefilms.com topics in the hospitality industry.
It has recently come to light that spices such as paprika and cumin contain nuts and nut shells as a substitute for the spice, which could potentially be life threatening to allergy sufferers. The situation has yet to be fully understood, with authorities still investigating whether this substitution was accidental or fraudulent. After a period […]Read More >
After the new allergen legislation came into force across Europe in December, there’s never been a better time to assess if your business is complying or putting your customers at risk. By law, there are now 14 allergens that a business must be able to http://farawaymac.com/buy-cialis-in-canada provide information on http://musicandmemory.org/cialis-generic-10mg to their customers. A Shieldyourself Allergen Audit […]Read More >
On Christmas Day 2012, 24 diners were left ill with food poisoning after being fed incorrectly cooked food. One of those diners, a 46-year-old mother, sadly passed away two days later. Following the death, the chef and the manger of the establishment (a well known pub chain) attempted to falsify due diligence logs, relating to […]Read More >
Health and Safety rules can admittedly, sometimes, be a bit ridiculous these days. From poppies no longer coming with pins so we don’t prick ourselves to work places displaying written guidelines on how to safely make it up the stairs… Yes, really. Obviously some rules aren’t really necessary and that’s where good Risk Assessments comes […]Read More >