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The bill to replace the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) has been agreed by Parliament, meaning a new system for authorising deprivations will likely come into force in 2020. If you own or manage a care home, then it’s important to understand what this new system means as it could have a major impact on the care that person receives.
We are more aware than ever of how our personal data is being stored and handled due to the arrival of GDPR. To that end, it’s understandable that some employees may have qualms over the use of biometric time and attendance systems in the workplace. When a workforce has been used to accessing sites using key fobs, PIN numbers or swipe cards, it’s normal for them – and you – to have a few questions about the security of biometric data, so let us put your mind at rest…
A wonderful time was had by all the supporters and sponsors of The Care Campaign for the Vulnerable Inspiration in Care Gala Awards Dinner
According to industry estimates, there are between 8 and 9 million dogs in the UK. In most households, they are one of the family. So, when you decide to put your best friend and loved one into a kennel it’s all about trust, safety and security.
We are very proud to announce that Almas Industries UK Ltd has obtained SSAIB certification
The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) confirmed that the number of recorded cargo crimes in Europe, the Middle East and Africa was the highest count in their 21-year history. What has contributed to this massive increase in supply chain crime? And what can you do as a supply-chain business owner to prevent it affecting you?
The use of CCTV as a means of preventing care home abuse was debated in Parliament last week. The debate was led by former Tory attorney general Dominic Grieve who has called for legislation to make CCTV compulsory in all care homes.
When you run a nursery, keeping the children in your care sage is a top priority. Read on to find out how biometrics can help you to do this!