Fay Vass, Chief Executive of The British Hedgehog Preservation Society, said: “We are very grateful that Camden Town Brewery is showing support for hedgehogs with its fantastic Hells in Hibernation Lager. Hedgehog populations have declined by half in rural areas and by a third in urban ones in the last 20 years so they need all the help they can get. The funds and awareness that this collaboration raises will help us, help hedgehogs.”Jasper Cuppaidge, Founder of Camden Town Brewery, commented: Advertisement 846 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 “Hells in Hibernation gives our classic Hells Lager recipe a fresh new taste for winter – It’s unfiltered, and brewed with hops that are high in alpha acids, so they bring out that piney resin and citrus bitterness that you might find when taking a breath of fresh air on a winters walk in the woods.”“As the changes in our environment are having an increasingly negative impact on the wildlife around us, we’re having to be more aware of how we can all do our bit to help. Our partnership with the British Hedgehog Preservation Society has taught us how we can all do our bit – whether it’s educating us on what to do when we find a hedgehog in need, or creating a safe space, like The Hibernation Arms, in your garden at home.” 845 total views, 2 views today Melanie May | 7 February 2020 | News AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 Camden Town Brewery has launched The Hibernation Arms in partnership with the British Hedgehog Preservation Society (BHPS): a hideaway for hedgehogs that looks like a mini pub. The launch of The Hibernation Arms, which provides a safe space for hedgehogs to sleep in during the winter and birth in the summer, aligns with Camden Town Brewery’s latest Seasonal Hells lager, Hells in Hibernation, and a portion of sales will go to the British Hedgehog Preservation Society. A limited run of hedgehog hideaways will also be available on the Camden web shop, with 100% of proceeds going towards helping and protecting hogs. Hells in Hibernation is the third release from its limited-edition Seasonal Hells range, following Harvest Hells (Autumn) and Strawberry Hells Forever (Summer) and is now available from Sainsbury’s and M&S stores. Brewery launches beer & mini pub hideaway in support of hedgehogs About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. Tagged with: corporate
Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. HSE tackles violence at workOn 1 Sep 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Executive takes action as research reveals a gap in staff training indealing with work-related violenceWorkers in England and Wales experienced 1.3 violent incidents in 1999,according to Health and Safety Executive research. But only 18 per cent received formal training in how to deal with violent orthreatening behaviour at work, it found. Seventy-two per cent have received neither formal training nor informaladvice. In high-risk groups, training provision failed to exceed 50 per cent,with the exception of security and protection services, where training ratesran at 71 per cent. Between 1997 and 1999, the number of incidents is estimated to haveincreased by 5 per cent, – a statistically insignificant increase that appearsto reverse the 19 per cent fall in incidents seen between 1995 and 1997, saidthe HSE. Just under a fifth – 17 per cent – of workers who have some form of contactwith the public in their work said they were either very or fairly worriedabout being threatened. And 14 per cent of those who have personal contact withthe public are worried about being assaulted. Those in occupations at highest risk of violence – public transport workers,nurses and teachers – said they are most concerned. However, the risk of a worker being assaulted remains relatively low, with2.5 per cent of working adults estimated to have been the victim of at leastone violent incident at work in 1999. Some 1.2 per cent have been physically assaulted by a member of the publicwhile they were working, and 1.4 per cent have been threatened, it found. HSE spokeswoman Ann Harrington said of The British Crime Survey findings,”Acts of violence towards people trying to do a day’s work areunacceptable. We recognise the need for effective action, and are working on athree-year Health and Safety Commission partnership programme, designed toreduce work-related violence by 10 per cent.” www.hse.gov.uk/hthdir/noframes/violence.htm
An exhibit featuring the retired space shuttle Endeavour will be available for public viewing Tuesday at the California Science Center in Exposition Park, adjacent to the University Park Campus.On display · Endeavour rests in a temporary hangar before being moved into the Samuel Oschin Space Shuttle Endeavour Display Pavilion for its debut at the museum on Tuesday. – Razan Al Marzouqi | Daily TrojanGov. Jerry Brown is expected to speak at the opening at 10 a.m. Science Center President Jeffrey Rudolph said he hopes the exhibit will help boost interest in the shuttle.“Obviously people were excited just to see it fly over or even [get] a closer look when they could see it going down the streets, but here they get a lot more of a chance to see it,” Science Center President and CEO Jeffrey Rudolph said to the Los Angeles Times. “People can learn a lot more about it.”Endeavour, the fifth and final NASA shuttle to be engineered, first flew in May 1992; its last mission, a trip to the international space station, was in May 2011.Rudolph anticipates the new shuttle exhibition to raise attendance to 2 million people per year from 1.5 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.All the money for the construction of the Air and Space Center, Endeavour’s future home, has come from donations and fundraising; the center expects no state general funding support.The shuttle is currently being held in the Samuel Oschin Space Shuttle Endeavour Display Pavilion while its permanent home is being built. In the pavilion, the museum is also displaying SPACEHAB, a capsule that provided astronauts with additional space, along with a main engine, built by Rocketdyne in Canoga Park in the San Fernando Valley.Before visiting the shuttle display, museum guests will visit the accompanying exhibit “Endeavour: The California Story.” This exhibit will feature a shuttle galley, lavatory and tires.The museum has launched a $200 million campaign to fund temporary and permanent displays, 80 percent of which is for the permanent air and space wing, Rudolph told the Times.The display requires a non-refundable ticket, which are available in person on a first-come, first-served basis and online, for a specific time to view the shuttle.
Customers are encouraged to use credit/debit cards or Paypal/Venmo/CashApp for payment of services. Work stations should be separated by at least six feet and if they can’t, there must be a plexiglass barrier between salon chairs. The use of face shields is required for face-to-face services, employees must wear protective gloves and wear a single-use lab-coat or protective gown. All equipment, chairs, and tables used by an employee must be sanitized between clients. All nail station items must either be new or cleaned and disinfected. Customers are not allowed to wait in the store. Businesses must limit the number of customers in-store to ONE person PER SERVICE. Employees at those businesses must follow CDC guidelines like using disposable materials and supplies, only accepting appointments (NO Walk-in customers) and giving hand sanitizer to customers. All employees and customers must follow social distancing guidelines, and wear face masks and employees must get their temperatures checked before work. Effective Wednesday, May 27, 2020 the City of Miami Gardens will officially authorize Barber Shops, Hair Salons and Nail Shops to re-open with operational conditions. Mayor Oliver Gilbert outlined the list of guidelines that businesses are to adhere to. Businesses may open sooner if they are able to operate within the listed guidelines. Watch the entire video message from Mayor Gilbert outlining all the rules below: