Due to a decline in fire services across the UK, it is important to understand better the need for better practices in care home fire safety.
Between 2011-2016, funding for national fire services was reduced by amounts ranging from 26%, up to 39% depending on the area. Over the same period, some 11,000+ fire-fighting roles have disappeared.
This situation means that it is more important than ever to have an understanding of fire safety principles, and knowledge of prevention methods that could prove critical in both preventing and dealing with workplace fires.
discusses some simple steps that can be taken to reduce the risk of fires breaking
out in residential care homes and the general workplace.
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Every year in the UK, 1 in 3 people who suffer from a heart attack die before reaching a hospital.
Many factors contribute to this statistic, including the fact that some heart attacks are fatal regardless of any level of medical support.
proper response to heart attacks from people who are witnessing one can improve
the victim’s chance of surviving, both until emergency medical teams arrive and
in the long run. This article addresses how to identify a heart attack, and, of
course, what you should do if you do witness one.
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Eating disorders can be emotionally and physically depleting conditions. At least 1.25 million people in the UK suffer from these with up to 6.4% of the population showing signs of developing the conditions.
attention is given to eating disorders than has historically been the case,
meaning more work is being done to help cure those who suffer from the
there are a variety of different eating disorders, and each affects its victims
differently. This article takes a brief look at the symptoms of some of the
most common eating disorders
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