Local Authority Licensing Act Consultation announced

The DCMS has announced a consultation into revised guidance for local authorities and how they discharge their duties under the 2003 licensing act. Anyone with comments to make on the proposals should review them at: http://www.culture.gov.uk/Reference_library/Consultations/2007_current_consultations/section_182_licensing_consultation.htm read more


2007 A.C. Lighting North Tradeshow Expands

One of our favourite trade shows just got bigger. Retaining the free lunch for all visitors vibe, a scintillating programme of seminars and, if you’re lucky enough to get invited, a humdinger of a party on the first night, this year’s A.C. Lighting North Tradeshow is moving to a new purpose-built exhibition hall with 50% more space to facili... read more


Tough new penalties for illegal mobile phone use

Motorists face tough new penalties for breaking the law by using a hand-held mobile phone while driving from February 27 2007, Transport Secretary Douglas Alexander announced today. From that date, the fixed penalty will for the first time include the award of three penalty points as well as doubling the fine to £60. Mr Alexander said: \"Re... read more


You Don't Have To Hurt Someone To Get Fined by the HSE!

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has successfully prosecuted David Clark, a self-employed builder, from Chippenham. David Clark, from East Tytherton near Chippenham in Wiltshire, was found guilty at Chippenham Magistrates Courts on Monday (22 Jan 2007) of contravening the Working at Height regulations and was fined £2,000 with costs of £1... read more


Tower Productions introduce new, improved web site

PSA members Tower Productions are delighted to reveal their updated website, which now includes: > An online quote request system > A comprehensive product directory > Up to date images on private, corporate and outdoor events > Information on the Tower team > News page > Career opportunities read more


Is your email signature legal?

Many companies in the UK have missed a New Year's Day deadline to update their websites and e-mail signatures to include new information that is necessary because of European law being incorporated into UK law. Directors of companies that breach the new Companies Act risk a fine; small and medium-sized businesses are particularly at risk of fine... read more