Parking Safety

Parking and leaving in your car can result in accidents.  Reversing your car takes more concentration than driving into or out of a space so many workplaces have a reverse park policy.  The idea is that in the morning you are more alert so it’s best to do the harder thing of reversing into your Read More …

Hand Arm Vibration

Hand Arm Vibration or HAV is a collective name for two main conditions: vibration white finger and carpal tunnel syndrome. Vibration white finger cases are numbered around 600 a year and the number of cases has decreased over the last decade.  Out of the 7520 new claims in the last ten years, only 25 were Read More …

Electrocution of animals

An electric shock is referred to as electrocution and it can be seen in all ages but it is more common in younger puppies as they have a habit of chewing through cables.  Electrocution can also occur anywhere there is a supply of electricity that could come into contact with the body.  Common areas pets Read More …

Animals vomiting

When animals vomit it could be caused by a number of different things from mild food poisoning to serious life-threatening illnesses like Pancreatitis.  The problem can be decided if the vomiting is something serious that you need a vet for or something that you can deal with yourself. Vomiting can be caused by a number Read More …

Conflict Management Level 2 Video Online Course Launched

Conflict management resolution is conceptualised as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict. There are many professions and vocations that individuals can be placed in a potential conflict situation that with the correct handling can be dealt with in a calm professional manner. On this course, you will learn how Read More …

Fire Risk Assessments

A business has a legal duty to ensure that any risk from fire or the effects of fire are kept by to an absolute minimum. In order to find out what risks there are, you would need to do a formal risk assessment. This risk assessment is carried out by the person responsible within the Read More …

Hepatitis C

The hepatitis C virus or HCV reproduces in the liver causing inflammation and possibly cirrhosis or liver cancer.  There are six main strains of the virus. In the UK, the most common strains are known as genotype 1 and genotype 3. The disease can incubate for decades in the body and the exact number of Read More …