In the age of Internet and social media, it is more and more frequent that large crowds gather together whether it be for sporting events or for live entertainment shows. Unfortunately, we also see situations where such large crowds are vulnerable to terror attacks or life-threatening factors such as fires.
Thankfully it is not difficult to find support and advice on the best ways of guarding against such dangers. One such guide is published in the UK by the Health and Safety Executive and is entitled “Managing Crowds Safely“. It aims to provide practical guidelines on managing crowd safety in a systematic way by setting out an approach which can be utilised by organisers of any event or venue. Continue reading “Managing large crowds safely”
As some may know, Your Inspiration At Home (YIAH) has been offline for some months. This was due to some major unforeseen problems. Word has it that these are being attended to and soon we hope to see these excellent products again in the marketplace. Undoubtedly there will be a change in the branding of these products but the high quality will be maintained.
As important as it is to protect your business, your employees, and your assets, sometimes bad things find a way of happening anyway. If you’ve had to deal with an unfortunate incident in the past, you might be wondering if there’s anything you could have done to prevent it. While no one can guarantee protection, there are a few steps you can do to try and keep your business more secure in the future.
Going into debt for your business might not seem like a good idea, but there are reasons when it becomes a necessity. Weighing the costs of taking out a loan, whether a substandard loan or a traditional loan, could prove fruitful. If you are in a position to take a leap, but you lack working capital, here are three reasons why applying for a business loan makes perfect sense. Continue reading “When does a small business loan make sense”
Running a small business can be a rewarding and satisfying experience, but it also takes a lot of hard work and determination. Some experts say that half of all new small businesses will fail in the first year of operation, and others say that up to 90 percent of all businesses will fail within five years. Your small business doesn’t have to be a statistic, however. One of the best ways to help your small business grow and thrive is by supporting your employees and getting their best work out of them. Your employees can be your best asset if you treat them well. Here are some suggestions for supporting your employees and helping your small business to grow and succeed. Continue reading “How To Support Your Employees and Help Your Small Business Grow”