As we look at the theme this year, which is Mental Health is a Universal Human Right, we remember that there are some crucial questions to ask.
Provisions for Mental Health in the Workplace, especially Mental Health First Aid. Workplaces need to be ready; we can help.
Delivering a fully tailored induction package to both prospective and qualified health care assistants, completing their Level 2 Care certificate.
Risk assessments are a legal requirement that forms a key part of occupational health and safety. Is your risk assessment up to date?
Learn about an employer’s responsibilities and how they should delegate tasks between managers, supervisors and team members.
With all the new COVID-19 rules to follow in pubs, it’s important to also remember the underlying basics in ensuring health and safety compliance.
This blog will explain the importance of staying safe on Bonfire Night and following the fireworks code at all times.
Do rules around health and safety in children’s sport reduce their abilities to assess risk?
The answer to this is usually a resounding YES!