By Jim Preen, Director of Crisis Management at YUDU Sentinel Header Image by John Matychuck A promoter at a Newcastle music venue sold tickets for gigs and at the point of sale harvested customer contact details to satisfy the NHS test-and-trace guidelines. Things got a whole lot more complicated when the guidelines became law. Ian... Continue Reading →
In an effort to crack down on the spread of coronavirus the government is making it mandatory for the hospitality industry to collect contact tracing data from their customers. From 18th September venues such as pubs and restaurants will be legally required to request and record contact details from all customers and staff. They face... Continue Reading →
Is it time the government forced them to do better? By Jim Preen, Director of Crisis Management at YUDU Sentinel Header Image by Ty Feague With reference to: https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/wetherspoons-staff-fail-record-drinkers-22491519 When the prime minster launched the UK’s test-and-trace scheme he promoted it as being a ‘world beating service’ seen as vital in the battle against Covid-19... Continue Reading →
By Jim Preen, Crisis Management Director at YUDU Sentinel ‘Get fit’ says the prime minister who would be proud of one of my colleagues at YUDU who used lockdown to get into a serious fitness regime. So serious in fact that he bought himself a pricey Garmin watch to log his runs, PBs and all... Continue Reading →
Firms do smart things to help them become resilient. They create business continuity plans, cyber playbooks, terror playbooks, they employ mass notification and document sharing technology and then they take all this good stuff and do something really dumb. They put it in a real or metaphorical box marked ‘Crisis Use Only’.