LACORS


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LACORS

abbreviation for Local Authorities Coordinators of Regulatory Services.
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Ms Rundall says of the move: 'It's fantastic that LACORS is at last flexing its muscle, but a terrible shame that it failed to stop these claims 12 years ago.
LACORS chairman Geoffrey Theobald says nightclubs and other public venues have an important duty of care to protect their customers.
Due to concern over over-regulation, LACORS is currently conducting studies on the microbial and worker hygiene risks in mass food service.
And now a newly modified set of key revisions by LACORS includes two of the RLA issues: l Relaxation of the need to install a full mains-powered interlinked smoke alarm system in single-family rented houses - with no known high-risk fire hazards - that already have operational battery smoke detectors covering escape routes; And neither is it necessary to have smoke detectors in bedrooms.
Geoffrey Theobald, of the trading standards organisation LACORS, said a minority of shopkeepers were willing to profit from selling knives to children.
Firm advice against co-mingling has been given to retailers by local authority specialists at LACORS so they can fall in with the EC regulation that covers retail display.
Not one of the 397 meals tested by local government body LACORS met guidelines laid down by the School Food Trust, with the unhealthiest found at theme parks.
The project will run for a year starting next month and has been set up by LACORS, the national coordinating body for council trading standards services.
This is because LACORS, the Government funded body which co- ordinates regulatory services for local authorities, has issued a statement that directly contradicts claims by the supermarkets' representative body, the British Retail Consortium, that there is no legal requirement to physically separate meat from different countries.
According to the local authority coordinating body, LACORS, the problem is down to a backlog, created by the large number of licences which needed to be issued.
LACORS would recommend that local authorities charge the same fees for discretionary ceremonies for marriages and civil partnerships otherwise there is a possibility that the authority could be challenged by a group or individual with an allegation of discrimination.
In collaboration with the National HMO Network, LACORS conducted a survey of all English councils in March this year, to establish how well they are exercising new licensing powers introduced by the Housing Act 2004.