For many SHEQ consultants, adding an extra service offering has become a key to survival. Some have purchased “drones” only to discover it is illegal to operate it for commercial purposes if the operator (pilot) is not registered with the Civil Aviation Authority. A more recent development is the inclusion of property inspections under the…
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