News and bulletins

The latest from Darwin Clayton and the insurance industry.

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  • Underinsurance

    November 2015

    What does it mean for your business?

  • New National Minimum Wage Announced

    October 2015

    From Thursday 1 October 2015, the adult rate of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) will rise by 20p.

  • Upcoming Employment Legislation and Cases

    September 2015

    Specialist Employment Law, HR and Health & Safety services providers, Peninsula Business Services, provide a brief update.

  • WCEC eNewsletter - September 2015

    September 2015

    The Worshipful Company of Environmental Cleaners September 15 eNewsletter

  • Windstorm

    September 2015

    Arising from climate change and its position lying just off the Atlantic Ocean, the UK is becoming increasingly vulnerable to devastating winds, resulting in severe property damage, public and business disruption and often death or injury.

  • Tough at the Top - Protecting Your Key People

    August 2015

    Allianz, in conjuction with DAC Beachcroft, explain the risks faced by company Directors and the protection that a Directors & Officers policy can provide.

  • Cyclists and Pedestrians - Employer Responsibilities

    August 2015

    A report from road safety charity, Brake and the Licence Bureau suggests that most companies with staff who drive for work do not provide sufficient training to ensure they drive safely around pedestrians and cyclists.

  • Fire Safety Self-Inspections

    August 2015

    Self-inspections form an integral component of an effective fire safety management programme.

  • Templa CMS Contract Cleaning Software

    July 2015

    Templa CMS contract cleaning software is a contract management software package with integrated accounts and payroll, designed specifically for cleaning companies.

  • Important Changes to the Road Traffic Act

    July 2015

    On 30th June 2015 the Deregulation Act 2015 will come into effect after obtaining Royal Assent in March as part of the Government’s ‘Red Tape Challenge’ which was introduced to simplify the regulatory process.

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