Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Emergency First Aid at Work


OPEN COURSE   Went well!!!!

Emergency First Aid at Work

Burnside Hotel

7 East Kilbride Road


Burnside Glasgow

on Sunday the 
19th March 2017

From 10.00 to 17.00


Call or email
Damian
Space is Limited  course ideal for the small business.

Saturday, 17 September 2016

Introducing

We Supply First Aid Kits and Fire Extinguishers

Free  delivery in the Glasgow.

Sunday, 21 June 2015

Norfolk chemical leak: Scores treated and area evacuated after leak at Wild Duck Holiday Park
 The Independent
The Independent
Adam Withnall
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Trauma teams at Birmingham Children's Hospital were treating the five people seriously injured in a road crash
Children seriously injured in Midlands car crash
 House Fire in Langley Mill, Derbyshire, Britain - 21 Jun 2015
Infant and two adults killed in house fire
 A picture of the indoor swimming pool from Wild Duck Holiday Park's website
© Provided by The Independent A picture of the indoor swimming pool from Wild Duck Holiday Park's website
Dozens of people have reportedly suffered chemical injuries following a leak at a swimming pool in a Norfolk holiday park.

Police have evacuated the Wild Duck Holiday Park in Belton near Great Yarmouth and both fire and ambulance crews were called at around 2.35pm.

A Norfolk police spokesman said: "It is believed there are around 40 casualties who are being treated by ambulance crews.

"The immediate area has been evacuated and a 20 metre cordon has been put in place around the building whilst emergency services deal with the incident."

Haven Holidays spokesman Tom Cassidy said that 33 people described as "walking wounded" had been evacuated and taken to three different hospitals as a "precaution".

A three-year-old was among the casualties taken to Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, James Paget Hospital in Great Yarmouth or Ipswich Hospital, Mr Cassidy said.

He told the Press Association: "There was a chemical leak in the swimming pool in the entertainment complex and it was evacuated while police and fire and rescue were on their way.

"Thirty-three people have been taken to three local hospitals as a precaution. They include one three-year-old child and a member of staff.

"The casualties have been described to me as walking wounded.

"Obviously the park is now in lockdown while they try and source the chemical leak."

Friday, 13 February 2015

Emergency First Aid at Work

Open Course 31st May 2015

Taking place in the Burnside Hotel

Cost per learner £50    2 or more learners discounted

Nationally recognised qualification lasts 3 years

 All materials included 

Would you like to know what a defibrillator does and how to use it?

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Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Open course Emergency First Aid at Work

1Day
Emergency
First Aid at Work
Ideal for all  Small Businesses
Child minders   Hairdressers
  Chemists         Restaurants
Tattoo artists      Everyone!!!!
         Date   Sunday  31st May 2015
              In the Burnside Hotel
East Kilbride Rd Burnside

Book now places are limited !!
                                                 

Saturday, 27 December 2014

CPR does save lifes- but dont take my word for it!

With CPR being in the news recently, I am always asked whether CPR actually makes a difference.
It does and sometimes according to the British Heart Foundation, it can double a persons chance of survival.
This is why CPR training as part of a First Aid course is so important.
And this story in The Mirror from October is a great example.




The Mirror- CPR saves a man







“We want to make sure that every person has the confidence to jump in and take action, should they be faced with the worst,” 
“We need every school, workplace, community group and individual to join the Nation of Lifesavers and help make the UK a safer place to live.” Simon Gillespie, Head of BHF



Advice from the government on Snow and Ice Clearing

The following is from the Gov.uk website giving advice on whether to clear snow and ice from your or your neighbours drive or path.


“Countless lives have been saved and injuries prevented because of robust health and safety practices. But bogus excuses give real safety laws a bad name and stop people from taking action.”
"You can clear snow and ice from pavements yourself. It’s unlikely that you’ll be sued or held responsible if someone is injured on a path or pavement if you’ve cleared it carefully.

How to clear snow and ice

When you clear snow and ice:
  • do it early in the day - it’s easier to move fresh, loose snow
  • don’t use water - it might refreeze and turn to black ice
  • use salt if possible - it will melt the ice or snow and stop it from refreezing overnight (but don’t use the salt from salting bins as this is used to keep roads clear)
  • you can use ash and sand if you don’t have enough salt - it will provide grip underfoot
  • pay extra attention when clearing steps and steep pathways - using more salt may help"

We Travel to You !

Sometimes as a busy business owner, the thought of trying to organise your key personnel can be a nightmare at the best of times without having to get them on a First Aid course. If this sounds like you then maybe we can help.





Why dont you let us come to you- we are flexible and can tailor-make our courses to address the specific Health and Safety requirements of your particular trade.


We have run courses in weird and wonderful places from country manor houses to joiners workshops so give us a call and a wee chat- we will make it work for you too.