We caught up with HETAS Training and Technical Support Manager Mike Harvey on the current situation with HETAS training as the lockdown eases in some regions and centres look at ways to provide training that works for you. Unprecedented times This time last year things were normal; everyone would be getting back into the swing Read More…
Since the start of restrictions, HETAS suspended on-site inspections to protect the health and safety of our inspectors, registrants and consumers in line with Government Guidance. As lockdown is eased and work restrictions are relaxed, we are resuming assessments with additional measures in place to maintain social distancing and help protect all involved from infection Read More…
#ForgottenLtd is a grass roots campaign calling for the fair and equal support for small business owners, left vastly unsupported by the government support schemes launched in response to COVID19 and the lockdown.
Following a number of weeks in lockdown the government has started to publish details of the exit strategy and returning to work, with the guidance currently applicable to England only. What should you be considering as you prepare to return to work?
The survey looks at a number of different areas, including government support for businesses and the self employed, HETAS Registration and benefits and HETAS training.
At time like these it’s essential that your business maintains a presence online and communicates with your customers. But if cashflow is an issue, how can you produce professional images and videos yourself at little or no cost?
In addition to the support already in place from government, on the 4th May Bounce Back loans were announced. Britain’s small businesses will be able to apply for quick and easy-to access loans of up to £50,000 from today – with the cash expected to land within days.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) is now seeking views on options for the future support for low carbon heat, beyond the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI).
Air pollution has fallen in many areas across the UK as lockdown measures take effect. This trend mirrors the reductions seen across Europe and China. So what impact is the impact of domestic burning on air quality?
Air quality is a worldwide issue, with authorities being tasked with ways to improve the air we breathe. So what is happening across the UK? The HETAS team takes a look at the various strategies and plans being developed and the impact on domestic combustion.