Naomi Richards, our Health and Saftey Adviser shares the main hazards that she finds when risk assessing buildings on farms and what you can do to minimise these risks on your farm.
Charles Mayson, Chairman of CXCS Ltd visited Plumpton College in East Sussex last week to lead talks with third year Agricultural Students. During the talks Charles discussed the history of Cross Compliance arrangements, suggestions for how to assemble a Nutrient Management Plan, the impact and requirements of NVZ legislation and a thorough line by line explanation of each of the cross compliance regulations. Charles then generated some class interaction with a problem solving section which was very well contributed to by the students and rounded off the session with a Q&A which gave the students the opportunity to clarify any points from the discussion or ask any further questions that they had. Andrew Ellis, Agricultural Lecturer from Plumpton College recaps on the day.
2017 was an exciting year for CXCS, we want to share some of our key points from the year with you, including the launch of our Health and Safety service, the move to our new offices a recap from the shows we exhibited at in 2017 and some of our new starters.
This year we asked our clients for their thoughts on our product and our service. We are extremely happy with the results that we received and we would like to share them with you too.
2018 Grassland Derogation application window opened on 2nd October 2017 and is open until 29th December 2017.
Red Tractor UK has recently launched its new farm assurance scheme standards, which are taking effect from 1st October 2017. Evie Price gives you the low down on the major changes you’ll need to comply with before your next audit.
Cereals 2017 did not disappoint and this year we had something big to shout about. Farm Safety. We took along our new Health and Safety Executive, Naomi Richards for her first time and she has shared with us some of her thoughts on the show.
Welcome to our first blog post for CXCS. We want to tell you a little bit about what we’ve been up to since Christmas as things have been very busy indeed.