Caravan Industry site and park safety

Head To London In June For Joint Security Event & Fire Safety Expo

Security Alarm

A security event and fire safety expo will be held alongside one another in June, with speakers on both subjects set to address visitors from all over the globe.

Taking place on 18-20 June at ExCel London, IFSEC International 2019 is your chance to witness groundbreaking security technology as it’s put to the test. The theme is “adapting to a changing industry” and security challenges from cyber threats to alarm systems will be explored.

Organisers say: “Evaluate how the latest solutions perform against real-life attack scenarios, find answers to your day-to-day integrated security challenges, and take advantage of the opportunity to network with fellow installers, integrators, distributors, consultants and end users from across the globe.

Trees and the Planning Process

Trees and a caravan

Treecall Consulting Ltd have extensive experience of dealing with trees, and with planners when trees become caught up in the planning process.  We routinely provide support to our clients by carrying out tree surveys in accordance with British Standard 5837:2012 ‘Trees in relation to design, demolition and construction - Recommendations’, we help tree owners engage with local authority tree officers and we can provide reports to show how trees will be protected during construction.  We can also help our clients if planning consent is refused and an appeal is reasonable.

Trees are an important part of the planning process in two ways;

Trees may be protected by a tree preservation order (TPO) or be in an area designated as a conservation area.  

Tips for Keeping Guests Safe on your Holiday Site

Keeping Guests Safe

When it comes to holidays, we’re all relaxed and carefree, however that attitude can often prove costly as you are less aware of any incidents that may occur which is why we need to be thinking about keeping guests safe. As such, you must provide a duty of care to those visiting your caravan park/holiday site. If not, the results could prove costly for your brand. In the worst case, they could even lead to closure. Medtree, leading worldwide suppliers of medical apparatus, have experience with necessary equipment to ensure staff and residents are safe, and are sharing their tips.

Open Your Doors To A Wider World!

Open Your Doors To A Wider World!

Recent trends within the leisure and tourism industry have seen an increasing number of holiday park and attraction venues looking to enhance their facilities to better accommodate the needs of people with reduced mobility (PRM).

Mobility Hire 4 You offer a wide range of solutions to aid these organisations provide greater mobility access across their facilities.


“We have a growing range of products designed to aid those with reduced mobility, allowing people to discover more of the facilities that they are visiting and thus, helping them and their families to more fully enjoy their overall holiday experience.” Comments John Cherrie, Director.

How to Make Sure Your Guests Are Towing Safely

towing caravan

Needless to say, caravanning veterans are no strangers to towing, or the safety requirements and legalities surrounding it. But for those that are just dipping their toes into the world of caravanning, it’s an extremely exhilarating yet daunting time.

It may seem as though both UK and EU regulations are ever-evolving – where does one start in making sure that their caravan or tailor is safe and legally compliant before hitting the road?

If you work in a caravan park, you’re expected to be savvy and ‘in-the-know’ when it comes to towing. Your guests may request your help, advice or assistance in preparation for their journey. Would you be able to assist them, or even spot a potential problem before they take to the roads?