There are different types of fires and they can be caused by a variety of different things and may take
Each year, around one million people in the UK are affected by food poisoning. On a global scale, 1 in
The construction industry has extremely high numbers of accidents reported each year, a lot of these could be minimised with
There is legislation in place surrounding the reporting of workplace injuries, diseases and dangerous occurrences, and schools are no exception.
A forced marriage is an instance where someone is forced to marry against their will. This is a marriage that
Honour-based violence is a “collection of practices that are used to control the behaviour within families in order to protect
It is important you know how to identify asbestos. An estimated 13 people die from conditions linked to asbestos exposure
Bullying in schools is extremely common, according to the YoungMinds bullying affects over one million young people every year. Bullying
Legionella pneumophila Legionnaires Disease is a potentially fatal illness affecting approximately 200-250 people in the UK each year. Although this
Legionnaires' disease, also known as legionellosis is a micro-organism known as Legionella. The HSE defines a micro-organism as “A microbiological entity,
It's a legal obligation for all nurseries and childcare settings to comply with the Prevent duty and help to protect
Over the last 50 years or so, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of people who have
The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) is a set of regulations that were initially created in 1999. COSHH
Data protection in schools is a must. Schools work with an incredible amount of personal data. This includes information such
Over the last two decades, it’s arguable that data has overtaken oil and gold as the world’s most valuable commodity.
Let’s start off with the basics, RIDDOR stands for Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (2013). It is
Mental health problems are very common in the workplace. According to statistics, over 12% of all sick leave is attributed
Since 1st July 2015, all specified authorities have a responsibility to ensure that they demonstrate compliance to Prevent duty, with
Food hygiene standards, overseen by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) are a set of guidelines that help to protect
In July 2015, all schools and childcare providers became bound by duty under section 26 of the Counter Terrorism and
Food Hygiene in Nurseries is extremely important. The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) states that "You must comply with food
For England-based businesses working in the food industry, Natasha’s Law will bring essential changes to food labelling regulations as of
FIFO stands for First in, First out and using a FIFO system is the only way to manage your food
It is important to have good awareness of good hygiene practices when handling food, as well as remembering the health
Global levels of radicalisation are rising. This is particularly prevalent in younger individuals who are vulnerable and susceptible to indoctrination.
The majority of fires that take place in the workplace are preventable. Those responsible for fire safety in the workplace
Occupational health and safety is the process of ensuring the health, safety and welfare of people at work. Every company
Practitioners in different settings, such as nurseries, schools, care homes, GP surgeries, after school clubs and child care will all
When working in the care sector, moving and handling is often a considerable part of your job. Here we will
Food poisoning is a general term that we use when someone consumes food or drink that makes them ill. But
Every organisation has a named person for the designated safeguard lead and this was specified in the Children Act 2004.
The clean as you go policy is standard working practice throughout industry and is especially important in the retail, hospitality
Working in hospitality is a challenging profession that requires a unique skill set and a special sort of mental focus.
It is time we start supporting men's mental health more. In 2018, the UK male suicide rate of 17.2 deaths
This blog will explore how you can help and support a young child that is struggling with their mental health.
With more and more of us working remotely, our dependency on messaging systems and online communication is higher than ever.
Work related stress is the major cause of absence and sickness in Britain. According to a report published by the