03 November, 2011
The government’s latest economies are hitting people who need care to continue to live independently. This seems to be in opposition to another core ‘value’ they announced, not all that long ago – to reduce fire deaths in people’s homes.
If people who need care have less care, they are more at risk in the event of a fire. If they live in a building with a stay-put policy – meaning that they don’t leave their home unless the fire actuallyRead More
25 October, 2011
Many people think that, in order to train people, they must attend a formal training session in a classroom environment, however, that isn’t really true. People learn by many different methods from reading a poster to learning by doing.
21 October, 2011
Travelling to and from work you see many signs and signals to warn and inform drivers, but when you arrive in the workplace are you as familiar with the signs around the building and what they mean?
There are four main categories:
30 September, 2011
We’re asked to do some unusual things from time to time and this article that was published in Safety Management (published with permission) demonstrates one of our unique consultancy projects.
On a sunny day in August, Pendennis Worldclass Superyachts one of Cornwall’s largest employers and a member of the British Safety Council, held a day of interactive safety games followed by the British Safety Council’s level 1 examination. Based in Falmouth Docks, Pendennis is one ofRead More
28 September, 2011
Risk management is a business process rather than a safety process – it affects all areas of your business. I like to use this equation:
The first step in risk management isRead More