Welcome to the new look Crab Insight for the start of our fourth year of publication.
It has been another interesting month in the Courts. The result of a recent case means that a negligent manufacturer may be able to escape product liability claims where the innocent party becomes aware of a defect before damage occurs and voluntarily continues to use the product. There have also been a number of large fines for Health & Safety breaches most notably £5m for the owners of Alton Towers.
In the charity sector the Gift Aid Small Donations Scheme (GASDS) is to be amended so that small donations by contactless payment will qualify. The Charity Commission has published a report setting out its specific expectations on charity trustees to report safeguarding issues under the serious incidents reporting regime.
There have been lots of really great questions this month including:
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At the next F2 Business Huddle, Reputation Advocate, Anthony Kershaw from Business First Network will be running the Reputation Matters session on 'How to sleep better at Night'
Finally a warm welcome to our latest Reputation Advocate:
Until next Month look after your reputation
- Mandy Tourle of Paperwise Solutions