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Fracking’s Impact on Nearby Businesses

29 July, 2014

Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has been a contentious topic in the United Kingdom for years. The practice was banned in 2011 after exploratory fracking in Lancashire caused two small earthquakes.

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Severe Thunderstorms and Lightning

17 July, 2014

There are many myths on what to do during thunderstorms and lightning, two popular sayings are that lightning will never strike the same place twice or that it will always strike the tallest object.

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Extreme Heat

17 July, 2014

Extreme heat can force the body into overdrive as it tries to stay cool through perspiration and evaporation.

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Business Continuity Planning

10 July, 2014

Only 63 per cent of respondents to a 2013 survey report that their organisations have business continuity measures in place.

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Preventing Laptop Theft

7 July, 2014

If your personal laptop is stolen, it may only affect you. But if your stolen laptop contains work information or is owned by the company you work for, your customers, your job and the security of your company could all be affected.

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