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First Aid: as easy as DR ABC

First Aid: as easy as DR ABC

Date: Thursday, 07 April 2016. -  
Blog, First Aid, Courses, Training

Would you know what to do if you found a seriously injured casualty lying on the ground? Some people may become paralyzed with fear but with a few simple steps, your good deed will go a long way, providing the emergency service team with the vital information they need to take immediate action.

After reading this blog post you will see that first aid really is as easy as DR ABC.

Recovery Position 101

Recovery Position 101

Date: Monday, 14 March 2016. -  
Blog, First Aid, Training

Perfecting the simple recovery position manoeuvre will contribute towards a casualty’s speedy recovery and the best part is you can practice at home with the help of our Recovery Position 101. 

How to manage your health and safety

How to manage your health and safety

Date: Friday, 04 March 2016. -  
Blog, Courses, Training

The introduction of health and safety dates back to 1802 with the Factory Act, the UK’s first law protecting the welfare of people at work.  This act prohibited pauper apprentices from night work and working hours were reduced to 12 hours a day.

During the 1800s factory workers were at high risk of severe injury due to the operation of machinery without safeguards and clumsiness linked with long hours and fatigue. Thankfully, we have come a long way since then but health and safety measures are still crucial and the safety and welfare of employees should be top of the agenda. 

How to recognise the signs of a stroke

How to recognise the signs of a stroke

Date: Tuesday, 23 February 2016. -  
Blog, First Aid, Training

A stroke is a life-threatening condition that is most common in people aged over 65, but can occur at any time in life, including childhood and infancy. Every year, about 152,000 people in the UK suffer from some kind of stroke and it is the fourth single largest cause of death in the UK. 

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