DeltaNet eLearning Insights

DeltaNet have been helping businesses build ethical, safe and high performing teams since 1999. We make an ongoing investment in off the shelf eLearning covering regulatory compliance topics and regularly blog about the latest insights from the fields of eLearning, compliance and health and safety.

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Posts by DeltaNet eLearning Insights

Temporary and Agency Workers Need Health and Safety Protections

A logistics company was recently fined £373,000 after a worker suffered crush injuries while unloading a visiting lorry. An agency worker was unchaining a vehicle […]

Promoting Wellness at Work

Workplace wellness is not a new idea. Organisations have offered wellness programmes for years, but these have traditionally been focused on reducing illness, encouraging people […]

See us in Las Vegas!

DeltaNet International are again exhibiting at the Annual Compliance and Ethics Institute at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The event, on October 21st to 24th […]

Inadequate Demolition Survey Leads to Asbestos Fine

Two companies were recently fined for failing to properly manage their duties relating to the disposal of asbestos. A property management firm and an asbestos […]

TSB leaks customer data; SIM-swap fraud increases

TSB has encountered a cascade of problems since trying to break away from their former owner Lloyds. The problems began during a migration of customer […]

Modern slavery: What are Organisations Doing to Prevent it?

One of the requirements of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 is that companies with a turnover exceeding £36m must produce an annual modern slavery transparency […]

Inadequate Demolition Survey Leads to Asbestos Fine

Two companies were recently fined for failing to properly manage their duties relating to the disposal of asbestos. A property management firm and an asbestos […]

15-hour Working Day Ads Criticised

Industry newspaper Construction News recently uncovered adverts for 15-hour a day jobs on the Aberdeen Bypass. The roles are for people to operate heavy machinery, […]

PCI DSS Compliance Reduces the Risk of Data Breaches

The payment card industry data security standard (PCI DSS) is designed to protect consumers by encouraging businesses to do more to protect payment card details. […]

Ticketmaster Data Breach: did they act quickly enough?

Data breaches are nothing new. What has changed recently is the regulations surrounding personal data. Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies must notify […]

Money Laundering, Cryptocurrencies and EU Legislation

While new EU rules aimed at tackling money laundering came into effect in early July, critics are already suggesting that the new regulations are obsolete. […]

Currys PC World Data Breach

Currys PC World is the latest in a long line of corporations to suffer a large-scale data breach, but the positive news to take from […]

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