What is a neurodiverse person?
“Neurodiversity” is a word used to explain the unique ways people's brains work. While everyone's brain develops similarly, no two brains function quite the same. Martin Mulholland explores further.
If your Risk Assessment has identified that Respiratory Protective Equipment (RPE) is needed to control airborne hazards, then how do you know if it is effective if you do not also undertake training? Read on to find out more.
In today's fast-paced and dynamic work environment, lone working has become increasingly prevalent across various industries. From remote fieldwork to independent office tasks, many employees find themselves operating alone. However, there are still requirements to ensure the safety of lone workers. Martin Mulholland explores further.
Martin Mulholland provides an insightful overview of the new Building Safety Act 2022 that aims to enhance the safety and well-being of occupants in residential and high-rise buildings. With a focus on mitigating risks associated with fire, structural integrity, and other potential hazards, the Act marks a significant step forward in ensuring the safety of our built environment. The following explores the key aspects and implications of the new Legislation.
Did you know? Waiting for emergency services gives a cardiac arrest victim only a 5% chance of survival. But if bystanders immediately administer and maintain cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use an automated external defibrillator (AED), those chances increase up to 60%.
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