Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

Heat Exhaustion & Heatstroke HEAT EXHAUSTION:dizziness & confusion, nausea, fainting, muscle cramps, headaches, heavy sweating, tiredness, temp +38C, severe thirst. What to do?Move them to a cool placeLie them down and raise their feet slightlyGet them to...
Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

#Safety First

Return to the Workplace For businesses and public services, quickly getting to grips with Covid-19 safety guidelines and putting the right procedures in place have been essential to keeping themselves, their colleagues, customers and service users safe. An estimated...
Return to the Workplace

Return to the Workplace

For businesses and public services, quickly getting to grips with Covid-19 safety guidelines and putting the right procedures in place have been essential to keeping themselves, their colleagues, customers and service users safe. An estimated 20 million individuals in...
We joined the Mental Health Charter

We joined the Mental Health Charter

…and we’re proud to play our part in promoting mental health awareness, and show our commitment to improving mental well-being in the workplace. “The purpose is to provide a flexible and consistent framework to enable all businesses to access mental health...
The Long Stretch?

The Long Stretch?

Phew, finally, it’s February! The New Year heralded a new set of lockdown restrictions and the Government asked us to stay at home … again. For many of us, our homes have become places of work and education. So whether you’re taking care of business from home; looking...
Covid 19 & First Aid

Covid 19 & First Aid

If you’re feeling unsure about providing others with first aid – here are some helpful tips on how to make it as safe as possible: A lot of first aid is very straight forward and, if your casualty is conscious and able, you can still help them whilst maintaining...