Epilepsy – what is it and how to prepare?

Epilepsy is a condition that most people are familiar with; disclaimers warning epileptics about flashing lights or visual patterns in movies or games are ubiquitous in modern society. This article aims to outline what epilepsy is, and what to do if somebody you know is suffering from the seizures caused by epilepsy. Continue reading “Epilepsy – what is it and how to prepare?”

STROKE ACT FAST – What to do if a patient has a stroke?

Strokes can be life-threatening, and they are also not uncommon. As such,
it is important to understand what strokes are, and how you can help care for someone who is suffering or has suffered from a stroke. In a stroke act FAST.
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Manual Handling Training (MHOR) – What is it?

One of the common injury types sustained in work environments is known as musculoskeletal disorders. These account for around a third of all workplace injuries and are very commonly caused due to poor handling techniques when lifting or moving objects. The purpose of this article is to discuss some of the basic advice that exists to make manual handling safer, and to give an overview of the legislation in place that is of relevance to workers and employers. Continue reading “Manual Handling Training (MHOR) – What is it?”