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British Council of Shopping Centres is part of the Occupational Health & Safety Information Service's online subscription. Bringing you a comprehensive selection of legislation, regulations, guidance, standards, including BSI and best practice which is updated daily, you can find documents on a wide range of subject areas such as Food & Drink, Environmental Health, Environmental Management, Fire & Offshore Safety.

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Documents supplied by British Council of Shopping Centres

BCSC Guidance Note - A Guide to the Data Protection Act 1998
BCSC Guidance Note - Bomb Threats - Search, Evacuation and Recovery Procedures
BCSC Guidance Note - Disability Discrimination Act 1995
BCSC Guidance Note - Disposal of Possibly Contaminated Sharp Waste
BCSC Guidance Note - Energy Efficiency in Shopping Centres
BCSC Guidance Note - Environmental Impact Assessments
BCSC Guidance Note - Environmental Regulation
BCSC Guidance Note - Evacuation in the Event of Fire
BCSC Guidance Note - Fire Certificates - Owners, Managing Agents and Tenants
BCSC Guidance Note - Green Travel Plan
BCSC Guidance Note - Hazardous Material - Management Responsibilities
BCSC Guidance Note - Managing Security in Shopping Centre Car Parks
BCSC Guidance Note - Providing 'Entertainment' in Shopping Centres (Licensing Act 2003)
BCSC Guidance Note - Refuse Disposal in Shopping Centres
BCSC Guidance Note - Security Alerts
BCSC Guidance Note - The Disability Discrimination Act (1995)
BCSC Guidance Note - Use of Closed Circuit Television in Shopping Centres
BCSC Guidance Note 46: Sustainability for the Retail Sector
BCSC Guidance Note 48: Security Threat and Response Levels
BCSC Guidance Note 49: Retail Occupiers Handbook
BCSC Guidance Note 50: Lifts in the Retail Environment
BCSC Guidance Note 51: Sustainability and Environmental Design Approach Considerations for Retail Developments
BCSC Guidance Note 53: Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and Display Energy Certificates (DECs) - A Guide to New Building Requirements (Revised April 2008)
BCSC Guidance Note 55: Energy, Water and Waste - Sustainable Technologies, Materials and Costs
BCSC Guidance Note 56: Climate Change - What this Means for Retail Property
BCSC Guidance Note 58: The Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) - An Overview
BCSC Guidance Note 59: Fire Safety Order - What It Means for Shopping Centres
BCSC Guidance Note 60: The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme - Its Application in a Retail Environment (England and Wales Only)
BCSC Guidance Note 61: The Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) - A Guide for Landlords and Tenants
BCSC Guidance Note 61: The Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Energy Efficiency Scheme - A Guide for Landlords and Tenants
BCSC Guidance Note 62: Environmental Impact Assessments
BCSC Guidance Note 63: Fire Risk Assessment in Shopping Centre Mall Commercialisation Activities
BCSC Guidance Note 64: Disposal of Possibly Contaminated Sharp Waste
BCSC Information Note - Major Changes to Fire Regulations
Occasional Paper 10: CCTV User Guide for Shopping Environments
Occasional Paper 11: Green Leases
Occasional Paper 4 - Environmental Issues - What can be Done

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