Risk management articles for churches about health and safety
Sprinkler systems have been around since the late 19th century and are a simple and active component of a commercial or domestic building’s fire protection system.
Schools across the UK are being warned to take precautions amid fears of a rise in crime over the summer holidays as cost of living soars.
An emergency plan is an important feature to support recovery from a major event such as fire, flood or terrorism attack.
The challenges COVID-19 has presented to places of worship have been particularly significant. Not being able to provide spiritual support face to face in the local community at a time of national crisis being one of them. Making sure everyone remains safe will be a priority for you. Deciding how to do this in your own particular circumstances will be key.
The place a bell holds in church can be varied from an often heard reminder that the church is there or a seldom seen and seldom heard part of a church building.
Theft of metal from churches is both costly and damaging. We’ve created a guide to help reduce the risk of metal theft at your church.
Churches across the UK are being warned to remain vigilant amid fears of a rise in metal theft as the last COVID-related restrictions lift.
An overview of what you need to consider when planning building works at your church. It is very important that you understand the insurance implications of building works and when you should contact Ecclesiastical.
Easter is one of the pivotal events in the Church of England’s calendar.