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Opinion: Digitising the offshore worker

We live in an exciting period where we are currently standing on the brink of the fourth industrial revolution. Its size, scale and complexity offer something that human kind has never experienced before.

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VIDEO: What Statoil did in 2017

From the oil and gas discoveries it made to the projects it decided to invest in, 2017 was a busy year for energy major Statoil. It included world-first Hwyind, dozens of new production licences and a string a North Sea exploration. Watch the video to see the highlights from Statoil’s year.

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Flu – what you need to know

The NHS is bracing itself for what could be the worst flu season in history, and so should your business. It is one of the biggest causes of short-term illness and absence from work, costing an employer £522 per employee. And while most people recover within a few days to two weeks, for certain parts of the population it can be deadly. On average, 600 people a year die in the UK from complications of flu, but in some years this can rise significantly. Flu also leads to hundreds of thousands of GP visits and tens of thousands of hospital stays a year, adding pressure to already stretched health services.