Before getting a tattoo, you need to consider the risks and how they can be avoided.
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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.
In an emergency situation would you know what to do?
Each year in the UK, around 60,000 people suffer cardiac arrests outside of hospital. Of these individuals, an average of just 10% survive admission to hospital. These odds can be greatly improved if automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are available.
Companies operating at sea need to make sure they carry out appropriate risk assessments, that they have the correct safety equipment and protective gear, and that they offer suitable health and safety training to all those on board.
Why defibrillators on ships are vital.