Why Should You Learn First Aid? First Aid is not just a requirement for use at work it is a skill for life. We all have family or friends who may need our help either with a minor cut or injury, do you know what to do? Typical responses as to why people do not want to carry out first aid: I might get sued, 65% of the population think this could happen to them. Unless you do something inappropriate
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Don’t be Afraid to Use a Defibrillator: It could be the Difference Between Life & Death Using a defibrillator in an emergency could help to save a person’s life. Recently, there have been a lot of cases hitting the news, where an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) has been vital in assuring a person’s recovery. Although an increasing number of defibrillators are being installed across towns and cities across the UK, many studies suggest that members of the public simply do not
First Aid in the Workplace: do you know your obligations? With the festive season behind us, and the weather still cold and miserable, now is the time to review your First Aid requirements. As an employer, do you know your obligations when it comes to First Aid in the workplace? This blog explores the things you need to consider when it comes to First Aid and Health & Safety, as well as some workplace checks… Who is your Appointed First
It doesn’t matter what you’re manufacturing. If you want to keep your staff safe, your production line in full flow, and your workplace free from hazards, the same principles will apply. At LWS Training Services, we have seen it all first-hand, so we understand exactly what can happen in a variety of different manufacturing settings. With experience in departments such as dispatch, as well as heavy manufacturing units, we are only surprised that we have not seen more injuries. This
Last month, we looked at the risks of slips, trips and falls within hotel settings. In the second part of our blog, we discuss your obligations as a hotel manager or owner when it comes to First Aid and Fire Safety. How many First Aiders do you have on-site? Do your staff and guests have easy access to fire exits? We explore these important points further below: First Aid for hotel staff The First Aid at Work Regulations 1981 state
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