Churchill’s compliance software, Cati, has recently been shortlisted as a finalist in the prestigious i-FM Technology in FM Awards.
November 5th marks the beginning of Living Wage Week 2018, where new rates are calculated to give UK workers “a fair day’s pay for a hard day’s work”. The London living wage currently stands at £10.20 an hour and £8.75 for all other parts of the UK. The national minimum wage for 2018/2019 is £7.83 an hour.
Last week Churchill’s security division, Amulet, announced a strategic partnership with The Senate Group. Demonstrating Amulet’s commitment to intelligence-led security solutions, the new partnership will see The Senate Group provide Amulet with immediate access to accurate and invaluable intelligence across the UK.
How can we build a culture of compliance in the built environment? In this blog James Bradley, discusses why clarity is the first step towards a fail-safe culture of compliance in the built environment.
A stalwart of the UK’s TV schedule, DIY SOS’s recent instalment didn’t follow its typical recipe of home improvements. Instead, Nick Knowles and the team joined forces with construction experts to create a new home for Dale Youth Boxing Club – a community gym that was destroyed in the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in June of last year.
Sometimes non-compliance can actually be the sign that you’re doing your job well. For example, if you were to discover your portfolio has areas of non-compliance or that certain documentation is out of date. This is a sign that you’re being proactive in your role as responsible person. In this blog, James Bradley examines the impact of non-compliance and what issues most frequently affect UK businesses.
Churchill has ranked 190th in this year’s Grant Thornton Top Track 250 – a leap of 25 places up from last year. The results were revealed in the Business section of The Sunday Times yesterday.
The built environment and the way in which it is regulated is changing. Unforeseen disruption can expose those in charge of keeping buildings safe to a myriad of penalties. In this blog, Operations Manager Harrison Briggs asks: can we forecast changes to regulation and become more proactive with our future compliance obligations?