We want to make information and advice on all regulatory matters as easy as possible to access, which is why we've launched our new Podcast service in 2021.
Podcast Aug 2021Our aim is to hold dialogues and discussions between regulators, businesses and members of the public on matters concerning Environmental Health, Trading Standards and Licensing.
You can listen to all of the episodes by clicking on the relevant link below.
Our Podcasts are produced by the good people at Bro Radio and are a great way of getting insights on things that matter to businesses across Bridgend, Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan - from allergens and food hygiene to health, safety and consumer protection.
Bro Radio is the local Community Radio station focused on the Vale of Glamorgan. It promotes a feeling of social identity and community pride amongst the urban, rural and coastal communities which exist within the county. We are looking forward to collaborting with Bro Radio on these Podcasts to hopefully reach a wide audience keen to learn about regulatory matters.
Episode 2 - Halloween
Episode 1 - Ask The Regulator - Allergens (17.8.2021)
Regulatory Round Up
Contact Us on 0300 123 6696 to report the food hygiene certificate scam
Product Safety Resources for Businesses
Please note that Natalie’s advice in relation to CE and UKCA marks relate to children’s Halloween costumes and face paints only.
Quick Guide - Product Safety
Quick Guide - Toy Safety
Quick Guide - Electrical Equipment
Gov guidance - A to Z of Product Safety
Product Safety Resources for Consumers:
Halloween Safety Campaign
Let us know what you'd like from our Podcasts
We encourage businesses to contact us with any topics you'd like us to cover and any questions you have for upcoming podcast topics. Send us an email, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
Episode Three – National Safeguarding Week
Mobile call no numberOn our next podcast, we’ll be talking about National Safeguarding Week and providing advice on how people can not only prevent themselves from becoming a victim of scams, doorstep crime and rogue trading, but the different ways that communities can protect themselves and how they can report incidents.
We’ll be sharing the latest scams and methods commonly used by scammers to target potential victims as well as exploring the shift from traditional scam methods to the use of texts, emails and social media.
We’ll also be talking about romance scams and the difficulties people can face when reporting them. If you have any questions you’d like to ask us about this topic or any topics you would like us to cover, please get in touch.