In this blog post, we’ll look at the different types of fire extinguishers and their uses.
So, you can understand which types of extinguisher you need in your workplace.
And, importantly, know the correct extinguisher to use in the event of a fire!
Risk assessment is the foundation of health and safety in the workplace.
But, how do you conduct a risk assessment? And, what are the best practices?
Through this painless process, set out in this blog, you can control the risks in your workplace.
Onsite training offers the perfect balance between flexibility and cost-effectiveness for training your team.
But you may not know about the benefits of onsite training.
The time it takes for an ambulance to reach you can mean life or death.
Based on data from the Ambulance Trusts (Jan–Oct 2018) we have compiled a list of urgent ambulance response times based on the postcode districts of Yorkshire.
Workplace mental health is a subject that has never been more important.
Yet, due to the stigma surrounding mental illness, many people feel like they cannot open up to their colleagues or employers.
The repercussions of food contamination can be deadly.
Therefore, it is important that your business takes the appropriate measures to prevent contamination.
Knowing the right measures to put in place starts with understanding how contamination occurs.
In 2016/17, 554 companies were convicted of health and safety failings. A whopping £69.9 million was paid in fines rising from £38.8 million in 2015/16.
In this blog, we have used two real-life case studies to outline the possible consequences of ignoring health and safety
Got a burning first aid training question that you need answering?
You’re in luck!
Below we have compiled a list of common first aid FAQs to put you in the know!
Manual handling is one of the leading causes of workplace injury.
Approximately 8.9 million days were lost through musculoskeletal disorders in 2016/17.
No wonder the Health and Safety Executive has made tackling MSDs a priority over the previous few years.
An effective staff training plan is a great way to maximise your return on investment from workplace training.
Yet, setting one up can be daunting. Many questions can be running through your head…
The National Water Hygiene Card (also referred to as the ‘Blue Card’) was created in 2006. It was designed to teach anyone working in contact with the water supply to have a grasp of the duties when working alongside water drunk by the population.
Fire hazards are present in every business, big or small.
And, you need to know how to identify them when you are completing your fire risk assessments.
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