Training & Knowledge: Iain Daniels

13th Nov 2023Blog

Crossing the Line – How to protect against online abuse

The RWC Final at the Stade de France on 28 October was perhaps not the final many rugby fans wanted. Depending, perhaps a little on who you were supporting, it was marred by the yellow and subsequent red card for New Zealand captain Sam Cane, leaving the All Blacks playing for the rest of what […]

8th Oct 2021Newsletters

The Building Safety Bill and Fire Safety

The tragedy of the Grenfell fire has had wide ranging effects and one of those is the introduction of the  Building Safety Bill into Parliament on 30 June this year.  The Bill, which was drafted following Dame Judith Hackitt’s Independent Review, is intended to provide a, “strengthened regulatory regime for high-rise residential and other in-scope […]

9th Feb 2021Newsletters

The increased risks of work-related stress

It will be of no surprise to anyone that in the last year work-related stress was found to be on the rise and significantly so. The HSE’s most recent figures for 2019/20[1], which incorporate the first part of the pandemic, evidence that 828,000 workers suffered from work-related stress, depression and anxiety within that period, which […]

16th Nov 2020Blog

The Risks of Social Media in Sport

Since the advent of social media, the list of those who have fallen from grace through ill-advised and, at times, offensive public comment is long and distinguished. Nowhere is this risk more obvious than in the sporting context, where a combination of youth, self-belief and hubris provides a heady mix. Sport at all levels encourages […]