If you’re a small or medium-sized business, the Health and Safety Executive requirements for first-aid at work can be a little confusing. We’ve put together this post to help you navigate the minefield.
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The HSE has published a second edition of A Recipe for Safety, ten years after the previous edition was released. A recipe for safety is for everyone in the industry, including workers, supervisors, managers, directors, health and safety professionals and health and safety representatives. The guidance covers the main health and safety hazards in the food and drink industries and …
Smoking is the biggest cause of death and illness in the UK. More than 120,000 people die each year from diseases caused by smoking. Stopping smoking reduces your chances of getting heart disease and cancer. For more information visit the no smoking day website
Be First Aid Ready is pleased to provide the first in a series of first aid advice business cards. Click on the image below to download a wallet sized guide relating to the management of nose bleeds. Remember to print it out and keep it handy!
Software developer RNF Digital Innovation has launched a free-to-download health and safety app to help small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) manage common workplace risks. The ‘SME Safety Wizard app’ is drawn directly from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) Toolbox guidance. The Safety Wizard app gives the user access to straightforward advice on the most common health and safety hazards …
With Valentine’s Day approaching this weekend would you know how to re-start a broken heart? People suffer out of hospital cardiac arrests (OCHA) every day in the UK but would you know how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in an emergency or even use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) to re-start it? Be first aid ready offer a variety of …
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