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First aid tips – suspected broken bones

Posted: January 30th, 2013 by Craig comment-icon Comments disabled

If you happen to be on the scene when someone is injured, the only way to learn how to deal with the situation appropriately is to undergo first aid training. This is particularly the case when dealing with a person with a suspected broken bone or fracture, as it can be dangerous to try to treat such an injury without in-depth first aid knowledge. However, there are a few basic facts about treating suspected broken bones that everyone should know…. Read more »

Nottinghamshire taxis checked for fire safety and first aid provisions

Posted: January 29th, 2013 by Eloise comment-icon Comments disabled

Taxis in the Mansfield and Ashfield regions of Nottinghamshire have been checked for first aid and fire safety provisions, as part of a new campaign by the local council and police forces to ensure public safety. Ashfield District Council, Bolsover District Council and Nottinghamshire Police all teamed up with the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) to carry out a day of spot checks on local taxis. As well as checking the condition of the vehicles, including tests on tyres,… Read more »

It’s a new year – time to revisit your workplace risk assessment

Posted: January 29th, 2013 by Eloise comment-icon Comments disabled

One of the most important things to do as a business owner in order to adhere to health and safety laws is to conduct a full and thorough risk assessment. This means going over your work premises and practices with a fine-tooth comb, identifying hazards and taking steps to make work conditions safer for your employees. However, a risk assessment is not just carried out once. Business owners must review and revise health and safety measures on a regular basis,… Read more »

Premier League football teams criticised for lax food safety standards

Posted: January 28th, 2013 by Dermot comment-icon Comments disabled

A recent round of inspections has revealed that food safety standards are not as high as they should be at some of the country’s richest and most famous football clubs. Premier League clubs up and down the UK were inspected by local authorities, and not all demonstrated the levels of food hygiene training, cleanliness and food safety management practices that are expected of them. Swansea City’s catering facilities were criticised by local council inspectors, who found that one of the… Read more »

Inspection uncovers ‘serious risk’ at Ashcroft Care Home

Posted: January 27th, 2013 by Eloise comment-icon Comments disabled

Ashcroft Care Home in Essex has been thoroughly investigated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after its inspectors uncovered a ‘serious risk’ to the safety and wellbeing of residents. Following an initial CQC inspection, Essex County Council took the decision to remove all 25 residents from the privately-run home last year. The CQC has now made a report available which outlines the many serious problems at the home, including the following: • Staff working illegally in the UK • Dementia… Read more »

Health and safety advice – temperatures in the workplace

Posted: January 27th, 2013 by Dermot comment-icon Comments disabled

Some buildings, offices, factories and other work environments can be hotter or colder than others, which can in some cases make the people who work in them uncomfortable, stressed or even ill. The guidance of Regulation 7 of The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992, rules which you will learn more about on a health and safety training course, state that: “During working hours, the temperature in all workplaces inside buildings shall be reasonable.” This doesn’t give employers, or… Read more »

First aid trained passers-by came to the aid of Birmingham stab victims

Posted: January 26th, 2013 by Craig comment-icon Comments disabled

In a shocking incident which took place in Birmingham earlier this month, two men were stabbed in the city centre and died of their wounds at the scene. However, it is now come to light that some members of the public who witnessed the incident, which took place at around 6pm on Friday 11th January, tried their very best to save the lives of the men using first aid training. There were many witnesses to the incident due to the… Read more »

HSE busts health and safety myths

Posted: January 25th, 2013 by Eloise comment-icon Comments disabled

As anyone who owns a business or runs an organisation will know, health and safety is very important. Workers and members of the public need to be protected from harm using appropriate measures, all of which can be learnt on health and safety training courses. However, it can often be the case that health and safety laws and measures can be misinterpreted and exaggerated, leading to some of the most ludicrous myths and misconceptions about health and safety. In addition… Read more »

CIEH warns of ‘cowboy’ online food safety courses and exams

Posted: January 24th, 2013 by Dermot comment-icon Comments disabled

The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH) has issued a warning about online food safety training companies which provide individuals and businesses with “poor advice and incorrect guidance”, stating that they could be a danger to public health. Whilst most food safety training companies have a website and many more supplement their food hygiene training courses with E-Learning opportunities, some training firms are operating solely online without the proper quality assurance mechanisms in place. The courses they offer may not… Read more »

Northeast London pub faces Christmas dinner food poisoning accusations

Posted: January 23rd, 2013 by Eloise comment-icon Comments disabled

A pub in East London is currently facing a serious investigation into its food safety training standards after one woman fell ill and died two days after eating a Christmas Day meal on the premises. Della Callagher was one of thirty people who fell ill after eating at the Railway Hotel in Hornchurch, but the 46-year-old woman was the only suspected food poisoning victim to die of her illness. The day after eating a Christmas Day turkey dinner at the… Read more »

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