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  • 26 July 2017

    Risk Matters - A quarterly newsletter from Arthur J. Gallagher Risk Management Solutions

    In this edition we take a look at changes to the Well Managed Highway Infrastructure Code of Practice and its impact on liability claims as well as the recent WannaCry virus attack. Also featured are articles providing information on the GDPR and Contract Risk Management plus the latest news stories including the recent prosecution of Tesco.

    Risk Matters
  • 10 July 2017

    Joint Code Of Practice Fire Protection Course

    The aim of the course is to give a clear explanation of this industry wide guidance on fire safety and how to comply.

    JCOP Fire Protection Course
  • 5 July 2017

    Mitigating the evolving threat of terrorism

    With shifting tactics and targets, the UK’s terrorism threat is continually evolving, as demonstrated by the recent tragic incidents in London and Manchester. These fast-changing threats require individuals and organisations to develop new risk mitigation strategies and build a stronger culture of crisis resilience.

    Terrorism Threat
  • 13 June 2017

    One in four large UK firms concerned about their crisis resilience

    • Gallagher research into large companies’ preparedness against security crises finds 24% concerned or unsure about their resilience
    • Cyber extortion & terrorism top two threats experienced in past two years — with 51% believing their business to be at high risk of cyberattack in next 12 to 18 months
    • Firms warned box-ticking approach to crisis resilience can create a false sense of security and undermine their ability to anticipate, prevent, respond and recover

    crisis resilience word cloud
  • 18 May 2017

    The New Driving Penalties And Your Duty Of Care

    As of 2017, harsher penalties have been introduced for those caught speeding or using their mobile phone while driving. Introduced on the 1 March, anyone caught using a mobile handset will receive a Fixed Penalty Notice of £200 and six points on their license.  Plus from 24 April, drivers caught speeding will face fines of up to 150% of their weekly income, an increase from 100%.

    Driving Penalties
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