Enforcement Practice
Opinion: Wiping out greenwashing
We should all should be wary of businesses making misleading eco-friendly claims
CPPD Module 25: Single-use plastics
What you need to know about the ban on single-use plastic and polystyrene in England
TS law to be enforced in Guernsey
Trading Standards legislation is to be enacted in the bailiwick of Guernsey in October
No safe haven for criminals
TS teams are encouraged to spread the word about the Tick Box self storage scheme
Border control: Point of impact
What is being done to support those fighting to stem the tide of illegal imports?
Orkney TS praised for successes
Orkney Islands Trading Standards has won praise for some of its recent work
Touchstone winners make their mark
The Touchstone Awards continue to celebrate the importance of hallmarking
Old problems, new solutions
As well as upholding the oldest form of consumer protection, the BHC champions innovation
New fireworks rules in Scotland
Ian Hillier examines what new fireworks legislation means for Trading Standards
North West clamps down on rogues
A day of action in the North West warned locals of the dangers posed by rogue traders
Hiding in plain sight
How Operation CeCe has brought together a network of groups to stub out the problem of illicit tobacco
‘Proper enforcement’ needed on tobacco
The newly published Khan Review highlights the need for robust tobacco enforcement
Touchstone Award seeks nominees
The Touchstone Award celebrates trading standards success stories in hallmarking
Speaking out for consumers
How TSOs can gain a seat at the table when new standards are being developed
In at the deep end
Trading standards enforcement is no easy task - especially in the face of ever-decreasing resources
A long-term solution to illicit tobacco?
Could a novel approach to prosecution put a stop to illicit tobacco once and for all?