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Jet Aire appoints compliance manager

Leeds-based drainage and civil engineering company, Jet Aire Services, has appointed Jon Holman as compliance manager to oversee environmental, safety and quality standards at projects across the UK. Jon has decades of experience in compliance management for construction, highways and associated civil engineering works. Prior to joining Jet Aire, he was HSEQ

DCS to host cyber security workshop

Boston Spa-based Deans Computer Services (DCS) has announced the launch of a Cyber Security Workshop featuring presentations from its in-house experts, various security specialists and the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Organised Cyber Crime Unit. The seminar is free-to-attend and taking place between 9.30am and 12pm on Tuesday October 16, at Boston

Jet Aire wins 12-month contract with Yorkshire Water

Leeds-based drainage and civil engineering company, Jet Aire Services, has been awarded a 12-month contract to provide drainage maintenance on behalf of Yorkshire Water. Valued at circa £100,000, the work includes cleansing and clearance services to be provided throughout the Yorkshire region as a Tier 2 contractor, direct for Yorkshire Water. The successful

Women take to two wheels for Yorkshire Lasses ladies-only charity cycling sportive

The Yorkshire Lass Cycling Club’s charity sportive, one of the few ladies-only events in the region, once again attracted cyclists from across the UK to support Women v Cancer, PSPA and the Carlton Lodge Bursary Fund. This year, the sportive, which was again supported by All Terrain Cycles of Wetherby and

Vital Technology Group cements cloud technology expertise with Microsoft Gold extension

Vital Technology Group, the Wetherby-based provider of business IT services, has had its Microsoft Gold Partner status renewed, further strengthening its standing as a leading supply of small and midmarket cloud solutions. The award recognises Vital’s proficiency as a principal provider of secure, scalable IT solutions using Microsoft’s Azure platform, which

Haribo presented with RoSPA President’s Award

Pontefract headquartered Haribo has been handed a prestigious RoSPA President’s Award in recognition of its continued commitment to health and safety practices. Having received its thirteenth consecutive Gold Award from the internationally renowned Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), HARIBO’s latest accolade commends the business’ practices and achievements in

DCS wins another award at partner conference

Boston Spa-based Deans Computer Services (DCS) is celebrating another industry award after winning Best Renewal Rates at the 2018 ESET Partner Conference. Held at the Alton Towers Theme Park Hotel, the fifth edition of the annual event recognised the best performers amongst ESET’s nationwide network of partners and associates. ESET is a global

Family-run Yorkshire HR firm secures three-year contract with global discount goods supplier

A family-run HR, employment law and health and safety firm based in Yorkshire, has secured a three-year contract to work with one of the UK’s leading global discount goods suppliers. Howarths People and Safety Management has been appointed by Overseas Trading Limited (OTL) to provide on-site health and safety compliance at

Linley & Simpson marks children’s hospice week with £790 donation to Martin House

A Yorkshire estate agency has marked Children’s Hospice Week by raising at least £790 for young people in Yorkshire with life-limiting illnesses and their families.   Linley & Simpson, which has 11 branches across North and West Yorkshire, pledged a £10 donation to Martin House Children’s Hospice at Boston Spa, near Wetherby, for

Developers break ground on site of £13m collection of family homes

Developers have broken ground on a flagship project that will transform the site of a historic Yorkshire railway station into a £13m collection of eco-friendly homes. The milestone has signalled the start of one of the biggest schemes undertaken by Wetherby-based Berkeley DeVeer. It will see 42 family homes – including eight