What you need to label and what you don’t: guidance for Food Outlets, Shops and Cafes On 1 October 2021, the requirements for Prepacked for Direct Sale (PPDS) food labelling changed in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It’s expected that Scotland will soon follow suit. The new labelling requirements – known as Natasha’s Law – require … Continue reading Does Natasha’s Law apply to me?
Customers, staff & visitors all have far higher expectations when it comes to hygiene than pre-2020 We have very different attitudes towards cleaning and cleanliness than we did before the pandemic. Behaviours have changed. We are now far more hygiene conscious and hyper aware of the multiple touchpoints we come into contact with every day. … Continue reading Redefining the concept of ‘clean’
Protects against bacteria and viruses including SARS-CoV-2 The Veraco Safe Range makes common touchpoints more hygienic and safer to use. The concept of ‘clean’ has been completely redefined during this pandemic. As a nation, we are now looking beyond traditional cleaning products to alternative longer-lasting methods and self-cleaning products to help our customers, staff and … Continue reading Introducing the Veraco Safe Range – antibacterial door handles, push pads and wraps
We review what’s on the market and which plastic card printer is right for your needs and pocket The world of ID Card printers can be a confusing one. With so many manufacturers and models available, it can be difficult to decide which plastic card printer is right for you. We take a look at … Continue reading Best ID Card Printers for 2021
After a very long and very tough 4-month lockdown, bars, restaurants and hospitality venues across the UK are finally throwing open their doors to the public once again. At the top of everyone’s agenda is safety, and a lot of time, effort and money has been invested by those in the hospitality industries to get … Continue reading Spotlight on … Bar Tab Cards
Magicard have just released a new version of their best-selling entry-level card printer onto the market – we look at what’s changed. In April 2021 we welcomed the Pronto100: the new and improved version of the well-known Pronto, an ID card printer that’s been around for many years and is well known for its reliability … Continue reading How does the new Pronto100 Card Printer differ from the Pronto?
If you have a card project coming up that requires RFID chips like MIFARE or DESFire, the advice is to move early while stocks are still good and before prices rise Earlier today (18th March 21), Samsung warned of a deepening crisis regarding the availability of semiconductor chips. The shortage has been well documented over … Continue reading The Global Chip Shortage & how it affects your RFID cards
QR codes are proving to be invaluable at reducing touchpoints across hospitality venues – and can do the same at your golf club The announcement that golf courses are allowed to open again in Scotland & Wales with England due to follow on 29th of March is the news we’ve all been waiting for. As … Continue reading Why you should consider adding QR codes onto your Golf Membership Cards
The QR code is enjoying a heyday – despite being consigned to the marketing rubbish pile a number of years back Over the last few months, we’ve all got used to seeing those little black and white squares on posters and products everywhere. The NHS track and trace ‘register your contact details’ posters have almost … Continue reading The QR code is dead. Long live the QR code.
With schools finally returning after a long few months, a new set of challenges are being faced by many education staff. Incorporating COVID testing is arguably the biggest challenge, along with considering longer days and staggered starts. One priority that hasn’t changed is the need to keep children and staff in small groups or ‘bubbles’ … Continue reading Colour Lanyards: a simple & cost-effective way to identify school bubbles