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What e-Learning can do for you

What e-Learning can do for you

Date: Tuesday, 03 May 2016. -  
Blog, Online Training

So you’ve heard that we have launched our new e-Learning site and we'll bet that you’re eager to learn more about what this could mean for you? Let’s fill you in on how e-Learning can help you to broaden your knowledge, acquire new skills and even step up the career ladder:

Purchasing the perfect AED: your guide to unique selling points and key features

Purchasing the perfect AED: your guide to unique selling points and key features

Date: Tuesday, 26 April 2016. -  
Blog, Defibrillators, Courses, Training

Still searching for that perfect workplace defibrillator? Struggling to find the right device for you? No problem! Below, we’ve shared an exclusive guide compiling supportive evidence from an independent study to pinpoint the factors you must consider before selecting a defibrillator for your working environment. 
 
Sound like a dream come true? We thought so, read on to discover everything you need to know to help you select the perfect defibrillator.
Why do my employees need manual handling training?

Why do my employees need manual handling training?

Date: Friday, 22 April 2016. -  
Blog, Courses, Training

Manual handling training is about teaching your employees how to safely move heavy items either by lifting, carrying, lowering, pushing or pulling them.

It is essential training for all employees who may be faced with heavy lifting. Incorrect manual handling is one of the most common causes of injury at work, accounting for over a third of all workplace injuries.

It is within the best interests of employees and employers to carry out this kind of training to minimise the risk of injuries resulting in absences. According to Health and Safety Executive, 4.1 million working days were lost due to workplace injuries, which averaged 6.7 days per case in 2015.

Heart attacks vs cardiac arrest: the key differences

Heart attacks vs cardiac arrest: the key differences

Date: Tuesday, 19 April 2016. -  
Blog, First Aid, Defibrillators

On numerous occasions, we have seen coverage in the media about someone dying of a suspected heart attack. This diagnosis isn’t entirely accurate because although heart attacks are life threatening they do not result in death. However, a heart attack can develop into a cardiac arrest that if untreated within a few minutes can result in imminent death.

When it’s a matter of life and death, it is important to understand the differences between these two conditions to ensure that the emergency service team get an accurate briefing before they arrive at the scene. Read on to increase your understanding of the important differences between a heart attack and cardiac arrest:

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