Monthly Archives: August 2010

Scores on the Doors – How to Improve Your Rating

If you are a food business you may be aware of ‘Scores on the Doors’; a Government scheme that provides consumers with the results of hygiene inspections carried out by local authorities. According to the Food Standards Agency, the ‘primary … Continue reading

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Scores on the Doors, the App

Scores on the Doors is a Government scheme that provides consumers with the results of hygiene inspections carried out by local authorities. If you’re a food business you’ve probably already been inspected and given your rating. For the last few … Continue reading

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The Benefits of E-Learning

E-learning is designed to educate students in a setting that is more comfortable and convenient, such as at their desk or at home. This has many obvious benefits which we will explain here. E-learning is cost-effective for three main reasons: … Continue reading

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Row over alarms during fire alert at Euston station

Source: BBC News A union and Transport for London (TfL) have disagreed over whether fire alarms failed at Euston Tube station as smoke was seen coming from an escalator. The Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union said no alarms sounded … Continue reading

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The rise and fall of the Food Standards Agency

Source: The Telegraph By Caroline Gammell The fallout from salmonella, E-coli and BSE in the 1980s and 90s, prompted New Labour decided to set up a dedicated body to cope with any future food scares. In 2000, they created the … Continue reading

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Risk Assessments – Protect Your Business

What is a risk assessment? According to the HSE a risk assessment is a careful examination of what, in your work, could cause harm to people, so that you can weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should … Continue reading

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Food Safety Demo

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We have a new team member!

We’d like to publicly welcome Ben onto our team here at Esky. Ben will spend the next few months in development with The Brothers McLeod illustrating and animating some top secret projects. Ben is a graduate of Birmingham City University … Continue reading

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Food Hygiene Inspections – What to Expect

If you own a food premises you will be inspected by your local council as a way of controlling risks and ensuring that the public aren’t in any danger from foodborne illnesses originating from your business. The majority of routine … Continue reading

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