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Nationally recognised awards: Health & Safety, Manual Handling. Fire Safety.

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Ensure your staff are suitably trained and qualified.

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Promoting food hygiene to the criteria of the Food Standards Agency.

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Health & Safety, Health & Social Care, Fire Safety, Food Safety...

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New asthma drug “Mepolizumab” gets NHS approval


The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)  has approved Mepolizumab,  a new generation drug created to treat some forms of severe asthma. This drug was approved by the Scottish NHS earlier this year however it had previously been rejected for use in England.  After an intense work of Asthma UK,  NICE reviewed its decision and today has…

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First aid kit

First Aid Kit

There is a British Standard BS 8599 for first aid kits in the workplace, it is not a regulatory requirement under the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 to purchase kits that comply with this standard. Instead the contents of a first aid box are dependent on an employer’s first aid needs assessment. For guidance here…

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Reasons to walk…

Heart Health

“Your heart is a muscle and it needs physical activity to stay in good condition. Regular walking can help to give your heart the workout it needs. Discover more reasons to walk and why it’s great to walk for charity” British Heart Foundation. Being active helps reduce your risk of developing coronary heart disease. Walking…

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Sport Injuries..

Playing sport and doing regular exercise is good for your health, but can sometimes result in injuries. Sports injuries can be caused by: an accident – such as a fall or heavy blow not warming up properly before exercising using inappropriate equipment or poor technique pushing yourself too hard Almost any part of the body can be injured, including…

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