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Ensure you keep your staff out of the danger zone

On the whole, print has a reasonably good safety record. According to the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) annual statistics, the printing sector has a lower accident rate than associated industries such as paper and board production.

Brexit will not deflect new EU data protection requirements

First put forward by the European Union in January 2012, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was approved by the European Parliament in April this year and will come into force on 25 May 2018.

Trading fair

Treating other people fairly is one of the pillars of a civilised society and while business is about competition, it’s important that everyone plays by the rules.

Does print have a diversity problem?

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) has launched a call-to-action to help black and minority ethnic (BME) workers progress in their careers.

No good news on packaging regs

The European Court of Justice has backed the EU Tobacco Directive and told producers of packaging for tobacco products that they cannot use fancy substrates, designs or techniques to differentiate brands following the plain packaging requirement that comes into force on 20 May.

UK’s businesses weigh up ins and outs of in-out referendum

Like racehorses, chomping at the bit to exit the starting gate, it seemed only a matter of seconds after the date of the long-awaited EU in-out referendum was announced that politicians were racing to give their views.

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