Monday, June 24, 2024

Firms offered free post-Brexit regulation advice by Trading Standards experts

Nottinghamshire businesses have until the end of March next year to get free bespoke support and advice from Trading Standards experts to help them negotiate complex legal requirements in a post-Brexit economy.

As experts in compliance and legislation, Nottinghamshire’s Trading Standards officers have the specialist knowledge to help businesses keep up to date with their latest regulatory requirements, including areas such as product safety, product labelling, food safety and staff training. They can provide bespoke support to local firms to ensure they don’t get caught up in compliance red tape.

Councillor John Cottee, Chairman of the Communities Committee said “Our Trading Standards officers are here to support local businesses. We want to help Nottinghamshire firms thrive and succeed, which is why we are offering this free specialist support. By taking advantage of the package available, Nottinghamshire businesses can ensure they get things right, so they can be confident they are marketing their products and services correctly.

“It also means that firms will avoid potentially costly corrective action that might be needed as a result of non-compliance with post-Brexit legislation. By helping firms meet their regulatory requirements we will also create a safer community, so consumers can be assured that the products and services they buy are safe.”

Businesses can find out more and apply for the free support by completing a ‘Business Advice Request Form’ on the Nottinghamshire Trading Standards website: Free Trading Standards Business Advice | Nottinghamshire County Council. After filling out this simple form, the business will be contacted by Nottinghamshire Trading Standards within one working day.

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