The 2017 Manchester Arena attack killed 22 people and left hundreds injured, encouraging a new anti-terror legislation (Martyn’s Law) to increase the security measures in public places and venues going forward. Read this article to learn more about how this will change the future of venue security and how you can prepare your business for the new legislation.
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If you employ people, you must do everything reasonable to protect your workers and others from COVID-19. This post aims to help you to outline safe and hygienic practices in your workplace and provide the measures for staff to maintain this.
With Christmas just around the corner - we're sharing our top tips for preventing injury and staying safe this Christmas. Our range of high-quality first aid kits are fit for every eventuality to see you through the busiest time of the year...
This guide will inform teachers and childcare workers about the importance of a first aid kit in the classroom and how our kit is specifically designed to treat children.
In the first few weeks even a hiccup from the little one will probably have you worrying. So, if your child was choking, would you know what to do? After reading this article, you will!
Concussion is a possibility in any sport, there are obviously more instances of this in higher impact sports such as rugby, hockey, football and many others. The rules of these sports are designed to try and protect the players from head injuries. However, collisions can never be completely eliminated.
First aid at work is a vital and incredibly important part of your company’s health and safety practices. Whilst trained first aiders hope never to have to put their skills to use, it is still essential that they are in place and able to react should a minor injury or emergency happen within working hours.
A burn or a scald are one of the UK's most common injuries that require emergency treatment. Correct first aid must be administered as soon as possible. The faster a burn is cooled, the lower the risk there will be of scarring and damage to the skin.
If your four-legged friend needs the same urgent help? Would you know where to begin, and could you help them?
In an emergency situation would you know what to do?