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  • Training academy expands its Telford fleet - Shropshire Business Today
    in training The RTITB Academy instructor training range includes LGV and forklift truck instructor training and courses for banksmen and yardshunters The Telford training academy already has a fleet of LGVs and forklift trucks for training purposes and the new lorries will help RTITB to provide even more training plus a wider range of familiarity training specific to the new vehicles As a local business we aim to invest in the local economy and have high targets for the amount of training and the quality of training we provide says Laura Nelson Operations Director RTITB We strive to provide quality services as well as succeeding as a business through contributions to the Telford community The two new tractor units will help us continue to provide top quality training One of RTITB s main principles is safety and the company has high standards to adhere to in order to ensure staff trainee and operator safety We regularly update our fleet at the RTITB instructor academy so that vehicles are new and meet with certain maintenance and safety standards says Laura Nelson The new tractors units are from the manufacturer MAN Truck Bus one of the leading international suppliers of commercial vehicles and transport solutions MAN provides trucks buses and coaches diesel and natural gas engines plus support and financial services for customers dealing with MAN RTITB formerly the Road Transport Industry Training Board has been providing high quality training in the transport warehousing and logistics industries for over 40 years The company provides businesses and individuals with the knowledge and experience to provide their own training RTITB provides courses and training to over 130 000 operators and instructors in the industry every year SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article SBT23 It s all about the brand Next article Will today s

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  • Want to do export business in Eastern Europe? - Shropshire Business Today
    of Commerce and Oliver Strommer British Business Centre Manager Budapest Aloso present will be Stephen Ridgway Senior Consultant British Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic Chris Plant CEO British Slovak Business Centre Martin Logar CEO British Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Serenay Yilmaz Business Manager British Chamber of Commerce of Turkey Organisers say Central and Eastern Europe and Turkey offer a market of some 180m consumers They are dynamic economies with recent growth rates of 3 4 so compare very favourably to the Eurozone They have flexible educated workforces and foreign investment friendly regulatory structures The CEE markets are all EU members and Turkey enjoys a customs union with the EU There are huge opportunities for West Midlands exporters across a range of sectors Come to Shrewsbury to hear from and meet market experts from the British Chambers of Commerce in these markets 1 1 meetings are available Interested Contact Andy Smith Regional Coordinator Overseas Business Networks initiative a smith wmchambers co uk or 07720 739472 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Will today s landmark divorce case open the floodgates Next article Is your website giving out the right messages about your business Carl Jones http 4 KA

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/want-to-do-export-business-in-eastern-europe/ (2016-02-16)
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  • College unveils new £3.5m engineering academy - Shropshire Business Today
    next week Jim Hillman head of school with responsibility for the centre said The facility will ensure that students and trainees will be fully up to date with developments in the industry by learning on state of the art equipment The equipment is housed within three brand new specialist workshops one of which is sound proofed for engine and chassis dynamometer testing Facilities include general training provisions together with the latest automated test lane for MOTs a chassis dynamometer engine testing and fault diagnostics computerised four wheel alignment and Snap On tools and equipment Mr Hillman said students would benefit from working in real life workshop conditions and would be taught by a team of industry trained professionals with a wide breadth of specialisms The centre also has strong links with major motor dealerships and independent garages to supplement its on site teaching facilities and classrooms Telford College s new principal Chris Scott said This centre cements Telford College s reputation as one of the largest providers of automotive engineering training in the region We are working closely with local regional and national partners such as the The Institute of the Motor Industry Snap On Industrial and Advanced Motorsport Engineering to ensure that this facility delivers the skills industry wants and needs for the challenges that lay ahead Some of the specialist equipment in the centre has been imported from as far afield as New Zealand The centre has the capacity to train more than 100 students at any one time Enrolment is currently open and the first batch of students will begin work at the centre on September 8 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire bakery rises to the challenge Next article AGA s colourful 2m Shropshire investment Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM

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  • Shropshire manufacturer makes its mark - Shropshire Business Today
    by the EU under the CE marking scheme He said We have supplied ladders for contractors merchants and specifiers thousands of times in our 25 year history and we have always ensured our product is of the highest quality With the CE marking approval in place we can now clearly demonstrate the quality as the ladders have met strict standards required by the EU The simple fact is that supplying or installing a ladder in a manhole chamber which isn t CE marked is illegal Knowing the change in the law could also give us an opportunity for increased sales we prepared our systems ahead of time This investment means we can verify that the product complies with all the relevant essential requirements and we believe we re the first company in the UK to be designing and producing CE marked manhole chamber ladders We are seeing a corresponding uplift in orders by contractors and specifiers keen to stay the right side of EU legislation CE marking guards against product misinformation but it also allows it to be placed legally on the market in any EU member state so we are also hoping to look at new export markets for the ladders Although introduced in 1993 CE marking for manufacturers of construction products on the UK market was only introduced in the last year FSP has supplied a variety of utility companies and other organisations with access chamber ladders including North West Water and the Highways Agency In addition to the manufacture of ladders the company also offers clients an on site ladder installation service carried out by its certified fitters SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article AGA s colourful 2m Shropshire investment Next article County hotel s new 10 000 wedding pagoda Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED

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  • Cancer care guidelines 'should have been introduced sooner' - Shropshire Business Today
    breast cancer as a result of a 12 month delay in diagnosing her when she first presented with a lump in her breast With proper assessment appropriate diagnosis and treatment her untimely death would have been avoided The new NICE guidelines encourage GPs to consider cancer as a possible diagnosis much sooner and lower the threshold for people having these important tests to make the diagnosis and ensure early treatment Under the guidelines GPs will be able to order certain tests directly avoiding the need for referral to a specialist which can cause considerable delay Another case that lawyers at Lanyon Bowdler have dealt with raised an important issue regarding the appearance of blood in urine especially for post menopausal women Beth said Even as a one off blood in urine can be an indication of cancer However it can come and go and is sometimes not visible to the naked eye In this case a post menopausal woman complained to her GP of blood in her urine Unfortunately her GP did not investigate and exclude the most serious potential cause notably cancer The GP apparently didn t appreciate the significance of the symptoms Instead she was treated for a minor ailment called vaginitis Sadly this lady died of endometrial cancer Evidence was obtained that she would have survived if her GP had referred her when she first presented to him Cases like these really highlight the need for early investigation and a high index of suspicion Both of these people would almost certainly still be alive today There are more than 300 000 new cases of cancer diagnosed each year in the UK and research shows one in three people will develop cancer in their lifetime More than 160 000 people die from cancer each year in the UK

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  • Jobs hope with new pharmacies scheme - Shropshire Business Today
    county wide contracts out to tender and it cuts off all independent pharmacies because they can t compete with large American firms or chains like Boots and Lloyds Only a few community pharmacies out of the 97 in Shropshire currently work on new smoking cessation contracts but this proposed scheme means more will be able to join in The proposals are for Help2Change to be structured as a non profit distributing subsidiary of council owned provider organisation ip e Limited It means that any profit made is reinvested directly into public health helping people lead healthier lives Help2Change would work closely with partner organisations including GPs pharmacists ShropDoc community and voluntary groups businesses hospitals and NHS community trusts to deliver services that are convenient accessible and designed around the needs of local people Mr Gentle added It also means there is the possibility of more jobs in the county this new business will need a workforce and pharmacies will need people to deliver the new services they will then be able to offer Karen Calder Shropshire Council s Cabinet member for health said the new scheme will prevent long term illness improve quality of life and reduce inequalities in health She said From quitting smoking to getting active we want to ensure people have the support they need to live a healthy life Not only will this new and innovative approach offer residents a more holistic and joined up service but it will also make for a more efficient use of public funds Dr Kevin Lewis Director of Preventive Health Programmes added This new structure will allow us to work more closely with local residents businesses and partners to develop services focused on keeping people well This is a chance to think differently work more effectively with partners bring in

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/jobs-hope-with-new-pharmacies-scheme/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Employers urged to avoid bank holiday blues - Shropshire Business Today
    decide whether employees should be required to work on a bank holiday and this should be clearly set out in the contracts of employment which are signed when taking up a position In many businesses including retail and travel services or in the health sector working on public holidays is a commercial or operational necessity Miss Bate said that where employers allow or require workers to take leave on public holidays this can be counted against their statutory leave provided it complies with the statutory minimum of 5 6 weeks per year under the Working Time Regulations 1998 Despite this many employers give paid holiday on the public holidays in addition to the minimum statutory leave entitlement Bank holidays always tend to cause particular problems for employers when dealing with part time workers holiday Unhelpfully for them the legal position on this has never been particularly clear Some employers will decide to only give part time workers paid time off for bank holidays when they fall on days on which the employee would normally work However this could place employers at risk of breaching the The Part time Workers Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment Regulations 2000 Many part time employees who work perhaps two or three days per week may not normally work on a Monday In this case by missing out on the bank holidays they may be treated less favourably than their comparable full time workers which is a breach of the Part Time Worker Regulations Miss Bate advised the best way to avoid breaching their obligations towards their part time employees is for employers to give part time workers a pro rata entitlement to public holidays regardless of whether they normally work on days that those holidays fall SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Lights camera action

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  • Brick firm is building solid foundations - Shropshire Business Today
    In a statement the company said The Board is pleased to announce that strong trading conditions have continued late into 2014 and both brick volumes and selling prices are better than expected As a consequence the Group is likely to exceed the market expectations of turnover and profit before taxation for the year The project to increase production capacity at Freshfield Lane is almost complete and will increase the Group s output from the first quarter of 2015 Further to the Block Listing application reported in June 2014 405 444 ordinary shares of 20 pence each have been issued in connection with the Michelmersh Brick Holdings Plc Sharesave Scheme As at today there are 81 234 656 ordinary shares in issue No shares are held in treasury and so the total number of current voting rights is therefore 81 234 656 SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire s London rail service is up and running Next article Food giant s new academy partnership creates jobs Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap Redrawing the

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