BBfA is a programme that brings together businesses and regulators - often for the first time - to consider and change how local regulation is delivered and received. It involves the creation of groups in specific areas that then shape the way support is provided to businesses by local regulators.
There are a number of organisations that help businesses with regulation.
This link shows, at the bottom of the page the organisations and schemes that provide support with regulation.Subscribe
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Better Business for All - Sussex
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A Better Business for All (BBfA) programme has been developed in East and West Sussex to help businesses easily access support from regulators.
No matter how insightful or exciting the vision for your enterprise may be, it is only ever the getting there which determines your success.
HM Revenue & Customs: Educational
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In line with the Government's Digital Strategy, HMRC now provides Small and Medium Enterprise education services through digital products. These educational products include e-learning packages, both live and pre-recorded webinars, bite sized tax information videos on HMRC's You Tube page as well as providing the SME Tax Widget, key messages and editorials.
Primary Authority is a means for businesses to receive assured and tailored advice on meeting environmental health, trading standards or fire safety regulations through a single point of contact. This ensures start-ups get it right at the outset and enables all businesses to invest with confidence in products, practices and procedures, knowing that the resources they devote to compliance are well spent.
Primary Authority is based on legal partnerships between businesses and individual local authorities. Businesses can set up their own partnership or belong to a trade association (or other type of group) with an existing partnership.
Primary Authority - Trading Standards
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At Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards we understand the risks that businesses face. In particular, having another enforcement authority challenge you (even though you think you have done the right thing) can be worrying, costly and damaging to your public image.
Workplace Pensions Employer Toolkit
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Your workplace pension questions answered - new toolkit available
Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is Britain's national regulator for workplace health and safety. It prevents work-related death, injury and ill health. HSE is also contributing to cross-government work being coordinated by the Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) to prepare the United Kingdom (UK) for exit from the EU.
HSE is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions.
Surrey Trading Standards
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Buckinghamshire and Surrey County Council's Trading Standards team has extensive experience of advising a variety of businesses from small family companies to international blue-chip corporations. To start benefiting from our advice services, register for business advice today!
Our Business Advice Team is part of Surrey and Buckinghamshire Trading Standards and is made up of experienced and qualified Trading Standards Officers, who can help you ensure your business complies with consumer protection laws and regulations and help you maximise your profits.
Sussex Chamber of Commerce
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Sussex Chamber of Commerce is one of only 52 Chambers in the UK to be accredited by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) was established 150 years ago in 1860 and is the national body for a powerful and influential Network of Accredited Chambers of Commerce across the UK - a network that directly serves not only its member businesses but the wider business community.
Accredited Chambers of Commerce exist to make a difference to your business, through ensuring your views are heard within Government, opening new business opportunities in local, national and international markets, or providing critical business advice, services and skills development. High on the BCC's agenda is helping British business thrive, so the BCC works with Government to shape policy affecting businesses. It also focuses on key areas of activity including International Trade, Skills Development and Business Services.
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
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Fire service information, including recruitment, safety advice and training courses.
Brighton & Hove City Council
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Brighton & Hove City Council offers a range of support services to businesses, such as information and contacts relating to starting a business and support with regulation.
Crawley Borough Council Environmental Health Service
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The Environmental Health Service deals with a wide range of public health matters.
Horsham District Council
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Horsham District Council is committed to supporting local businesses. We recognise that our businesses contribute hugely to the prosperity of our District. The Business Development service at Horsham District Council organises events to promote and support local businesses and works in partnership with a wide variety of organisations to ensure that Horsham businesses have all the appropriate specialist help they need to grow and prosper.
Lewes District Council
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Lewes District Council is committed to supporting the diverse range of existing, new and potential businesses in our towns and rural areas. We value the important contribution these businesses make towards our district being a great place to live, work and visit. From tourism businesses to manufacturing and commerce - we aim to offer support, signposting and advice to aid business growth.
Mid-Sussex District Council
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Find help for your business here, lots of ideas and contacts to help your business flourish in Mid Sussex
Mole Valley District Council
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Whether you are an established business seeking advice or are considering starting up a new business in the Mole Valley area, there are many organisations offering relevant and helpful information, guidance and support.
Please visit our website for these organisations under Business Advice.
Reigate Banstead Borough Council
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A local authority providing business networking events, business support grants, learning lunches and entrepreneur academy to support the local business environment.
Tandridge District Council
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With more than 4,700 businesses in the district, Tandridge District Council works hard to promote and support appropriate business developments, while maintaining the rural nature of the area.
Visit Britain Business Advice Hub
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A non-departmental public body funded by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS), VisitBritain/VisitEngland plays a unique role in building England's tourism product, raising Britain's profile worldwide, increasing the volume and value of tourism exports and developing England and Britain's visitor economy.
West Sussex County Council
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West Sussex offer a range of signposting support for businesses.
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Your local authority can assist with a range of services including:
Business and licensing
Health and safety
Licences and registrations
Refuse and recycling
Advice for businesses
Grants and funding
Travel and transport
Health and Safety Executive Shop Risk Assessment Tool
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This tool allows those working in small low-risk shops to do their risk assessment quickly and easily.
The Health and Safety Executive has developed this tool, in consultation with Local Government Regulation, and supports the approach for these businesses.
It enables you to produce a tailored assessment by selecting the relevant hazards and thinking about how you control them.
The assessment should take around 20 minutes.
COVID - 19 - acas advice for employers and employees
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Advice relating to Coronavirus (COVID-19) provided by acas.
Surrey Trading Standards Primary Authority Partnership with MRH Retail
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Published on 18 Nov 2013
Peter Lund, the Safety Health and Environment co-ordinator for MRH Retail, a large petrol retailer owning and operating about 350 petrol filling stations throughout England Wales and Scotland. Peter describes the advantages of working with us and how our relationship has evolved.
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