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Risk Digest: Third Party Developers Are Able to Access Gmail Emails

Third party developers can see your Gmail emails, wellbeing in the workplace must start from day one, the latest Brexit news and more.

Information Security

“Google privacy form gives third party developers the ability to read millions of emails from Gmail users” Read the full article here.


“Personal data of Whitbread job applicants exposed after cyber attack on recruitment website down under” Read the full article here.

Construction Design and Management Regs

Health & Safety

“Russell Corlett, Health & Safety Director at Peninsula, provides some advice for employers following the recent outbreak of wildfires in the Peak District.” Read the full article here.

“The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has today released its annual figures for work-related fatal injuries for 2017/18, as well as the number of people known to have died from the asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma, in 2016.” Read the full article here.

Food Safety


“Globalization of the food trade further complicates food safety and the new edition of ISO 22000 on food safety management systems presents a timely response.” Read the full article here.


“If you’re planning a World Cup party al fresco, don’t just throw a few boring bangers on the barbecue: a simple marinade can transform even the cheapest cuts of meat, while vegetables like asparagus and peppers are also delicious when grilled.” Read the full article here.


“Temperature rises as a result of global warming could eventually be double what has been projected by climate models, according to an international team of researchers from 17 countries.” Read the full article here.


“A wild banana that may hold the key to protecting the world’s edible banana crop has been put on the extinction list.” Read the full article here.

Solar Panels


“Lawrence Slade, CEO of Energy UK, has urged the government to ensure Brexit doesn’t damage the nation’s energy systems.” Read the full article here.


“Alicia Hull on tidal energy being more efficient than nuclear, Liam O’Keeffe underlines its benefits, and Sue Roaf shines a light on solar” Read the full article here.


“Police wellbeing is the focus of a new goal being launched today (Tuesday 3 July) by the Home Office in conjunction with partners in policing and mental health.” Read the full article here.


“For a sustainable and meaningful approach to employee wellbeing, employers need to start from day one of employment with an integrated occupational health and wellbeing strategy, says Carl Laidler.” Read the full article here.


“When was the last time you were excited by a printer? Quite possibly it was in 1999 when three disgruntled employees destroyed one with a baseball bat in the movie Office Space.” Read the full article here.


“The value of bitcoin has seen significant losses over the last week, dropping to its lowest price since October 2017.” Read the full article here.


“Theresa May says her cabinet has “a great opportunity – and a duty” to agree a blueprint for the UK’s future relationship with the EU.” Read the full article here.


“Ministers are running out of time to guarantee consumer and businesses protections will continue once Britain leaves the EU, the government spending watchdog has warned.” Read the full article here.

The Lighter Side     

“A resident of Altadena, California, was about to cool off in his garden hot tub when he saw a bear had beaten him to it.” Read the full article here.


“While dogs are definitely man’s best friend, Todd the Golden Retriever is also this woman’s hero.” Read the full article here.


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