Egg packer

What is an egg packer?

An egg packer is a piece of equipment used on farms to pack eggs into trays ready for sale.

Egg Packers

How does an egg packer work?

It positions the eggs and then a vacuum egg transfer unit places the collected eggs onto an egg tray – paper or plastic. However, it will depend upon the type of unit you purchase as to how many eggs it can pack per hour.

Types of egg packers

There are many different types of egg packers available on the market depending on your requirements and needs. There are two egg packers that we recommend to our customers which are:

  • The Idra egg packer (either the 14.5 or 22)
  • The Flashpack egg collector

Alongside these examples, these are others available for you to purchase however, these are the two chosen packers which we have used in our blog post.

The Flashpack egg collector

This is one of the two egg packers that we recommend. It can produce between 40,000 and 80,000 eggs per hour.

These units can be brought new or pre-loved.

The Idra egg packers

The two types of Idra egg packers include the 14.5 and 22. The 14.5 can produce 14,500 eggs per hour. However, comparing this to the 22, this can produce 18,000 eggs per hour.

The Importance Of Groundwork

What Is Groundwork?

Groundwork is the first stage in all construction projects and is the process which takes place before any construction or building work is undertaken. Sub-surfaces must be prepared to ensure they are safe previous to any foundations being placed. It may be that you have forestry that you wish to build on or old land, this needs be cleared and the ground prepared to hold the weight, foundations and drainage of water before any building work starts.groundwork2

Why Is Groundwork Important In All Aspects Of Construction?

Without sturdy groundwork, you are taking a high risk in terms of flooding, sinking and construction projects collapsing which in time will cause distress, wasted resources time and money for all those involved in the build.

The ground underneath your construction project is vital to the structure of your project. The earth must be safe, strong and meet national standards for insurance and safety purposes for those using it. As a legal requirement, all areas of ground must be investigated and the site inspected before any construction takes place. These assessments will then be documented and should cover areas such as ground contamination and condition, geology, hydrology soil conditions and abandoned mines.

Once you have determined that the ground is safe to build on the next stages are to install the relevant draining and foundations needed for the project.  If you are hiring a contractor you must ensure they have experience in this field of work and all the relevant tickets required to complete the task correctly and efficiently. A superior contractor will hold all licenses and will take control of the next stage of this project for you with ease.

 

Solicitors in Solihull

Are you searching for Solicitors in Solihull? How do find a good one? Well, let us help you!

When looking for a decent solicitor there are many qualities, they should have such as:

  1. Good communication skills, Solicitors should be able to conversate and be good listeners.
  2. Good Judgement, Solicitors should have the ability to draw logical and reasonable assumptions form the information they are given.
  3. Good people skills, solicitors will need to be able to deal with all walks of life, they need to work with all types of people.
  4. Good perseverance skills, solicitors should already have good perseverance skills, after all, it takes a long time to train, you must also have these skills to continue until the case is completed.
  5. Creativity skills, a good solicitor will sometimes need o “think out of the box”, as the best solution in some cases is not always the most obvious.

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There are many solicitors in Solihull to choose from, so make sure you choose the right one for you! Ask your friends and family to see if they have ever used solicitors in Solihull before, if not maybe search the internet for “Solicitors in Solihull” and see what you find: look for good reviews and ratings from previous clients.

There are approximately 149,621 practising solicitors in the UK (2019 figures) so finding a solicitor in Solihull should be no problem at all.

Solicitors in Solihull can expect to earn between £25,000 to £40,000, in bigger firms in it could be as much as £58,000 to £65,000.

Solicitors in Solihull can charge up to £200 per hour, in London it can be as much as £300. Some will just charge a flat fee which normally works out better value.

Level 2 business administration

‌Gaining a business and administration apprenticeship

When you are fresh out of school and sixteen, it is unlikely that you will know the path you are destined to follow, a level 2 business administration qualification seems and the career that accompanies it seem faraway. Throughout year’s 10 and 11, you will have had next step talks advertising the academic route of a-levels and BTECs or the hands-on, practical route of apprenticeships and now it is time to make your final choice. We imagine that you will know whether you are more academic or practical and therefore the choice should be apparent. However, choosing from the wide range of courses that these qualifications have on offer is a whole different ball game. This article is for those of you who have decided on an apprenticeship but are unsure which course to pick. We will focus on level 2 business administration apprenticeships, helping you to understand whether they are relevant to you.

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What is a level 2 qualification?

A level 2 qualification is the ranking above a GCSE at grades 3, 2, 1 or grades D, E, F, G. Usually, to enrol on a level 2 course, you will have to have at least a level 1 qualification. A GCSE above the grades mentioned is equal to a level 2 qualification. Most entry level apprenticeships are classed as level 2 qualifications. Below is an extensive list of all qualifications classed at level 2:

  • CSE – grade 1
  • GCSE – grades 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4 or grades A*, A, B, C
  • intermediate apprenticeship
  • level 2 award
  • level 2 certificate
  • level 2 diploma
  • level 2 ESOL
  • level 2 essential skills
  • level 2 functional skills
  • level 2 national certificate
  • level 2 national diploma
  • level 2 NVQ
  • music grades 4 and 5
  • level – grade A, B or C

Why level 2 business administration?

A level 2 business administration apprenticeship will open a lot of doors to you. With a level two business administration qualification you can start your journey to the following roles and more: administration executive, administration team leader, office supervisor, personal assistant, or secretary.

During a level 2 business administration qualification, you will be learning on the job combining regular one to one tutorials and independent study alongside your traditional apprenticeship route. The added benefit of an apprenticeship is being paid; national minimum wage for apprentices under the age of 19 is currently at £3.90 per hour getting you saving and on a living wage as soon as you finish your GCSEs.

Redundancy

Redundancy is a form of dismissal from your job, it can happen when employers (for various reasons) need to reduce their workforce.

Your employer should use a fair and objective way of selecting people for redundancy, the methods usually used are: last in, first-out (employees with the shortest length of service are selected first) asking for anybody that may want redundancy (self-selection/voluntary redundancy) or an employer may go on disciplinary records.

There are many reasons you cannot be selected for, your redundancy could then be classed as unfair dismissal, and these may include: Gender, marital status, race, disability, age or sexual orientation.

If you are being made redundant you could be eligible for things such as Redundancy pay, a notice period, a consultation with your employer, an option to move into a different role or time off to find a new job.

You would have to be given a notice period before your employment ends.

The statutory redundancy notice periods are at least one weeks’ notice if employed between one month and two years. One weeks’ notice for each year if employed between two and twelve years and twelve weeks’ notice if employed for 12 years or more.

As well as the statutory pay your employer should either pay you through your notice period or pay you in lieu of notice depending on your circumstances.

You should be entitled to a consultation with your employer if you are being made redundant; you can then speak to them about why you are being made redundant or if there are any alternatives to redundancy. You can also appeal if you feel you may have been unfairly selected, you can do this by writing to your employer explaining the reasons you feel this way.

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Foot Health

There are many ways in which you can take care of your foot health to keep your feet in good condition and help prevent the problems which can be caused. These following tips will help to keep your foot health in optimum condition.

Firstly, you should wash your feet often and keep them as clean as possible. In order to do this, you should wash your feet in soapy, warm water. However, we advise you not to soak your feet as you then may destroy your skins natural’s oils. When you have thoroughly washed them, ensure you dry them well, especially in places like in between your toes. This is because this is where infections can develop such as athlete’s foot.

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Once you have completely dried your feet, you may want to use a foot file to remove all of the hard skin but do not overdue this as you could damage the skin underneath. Afterwards, apply moisturiser all over both feet. However, we do not advise that you put this cream in between your toes.

Afterwards, you should trim your toenails, but you should do this regularly anyway. This should be carried out with proper nail clippers and cut straight across. You should never cut your toenails at an angle or down the edges as this can cause an ingrown toenail.

However, if you carry out this foot health process and you still develop foot problems, you should contact your local podiatrist.

Please note: It is essential that you have your feet checked by a professional regularly such as a GP or podiatrist if you have either a health condition that affects your feet. These conditions may include diabetes, poor circulation or even a low immune system.