Tip of the Month- Know Safety, No Injury

As we go into the new year it is important to keep in mind that when it comes to health and safety everyone plays a part. As a team we need to all know and understand safety and the safety requirements. This is imperative in order to limit injuries and save unnecessary costs. KNOW SAFETY,

Tip of the Month- Quality Customer Service

The way your customers feel towards you is important. The more you show you care about them, the more they’ll likely want to continue working with you. With that in mind, providing good customer service to your clients should naturally be a major priority in your day-to-day schedule. This can be done easily with ISO implemented

Tip of the Month-10 Tips for Working Safely

Staying healthy and safe at work is important. No matter what your job, it is important to reduce your risks of injury and illness at work. Here are some tips to help make your workplace safe. Understand the risks. Once you know the particular hazards of your job or workplace, you can take steps to

Rio 2016 receives top global sustainability certificate for organisation of major events

The work of the Rio 2016 Organising Committee to deliver the Olympic and Paralympic Games – and a positive legacy – in a sustainable manner has been recognised with the award of the top global certificate for the sector. Created in 2012 and applied to the London Games, the ISO 20121 international standard establishes sustainability

Tip of the Month- 8. Health & Safety Rule

Use the Correct Equipment for the Task Never be tempted to use the wrong equipment for the job. Many accidents happen because people have not chosen the right equipment for the work to be done. Controlling the risk often means planning ahead and ensuring that suitable equipment or machinery is available. You should check the

Tip of the Month- Quality

The QUALITY of products and services can only be achieved through quality employers and employees.   Train your staff and make the necessary resources available.

Bee and Wasp Sting Emergency Protocol

Despite the differences between bee and wasp venom, symptoms of their stings are similar and can be treated in a similar way. A bee will sting only once, a wasp often stings multiple times. A bee also leaves its sting behind, embedded in the skin of the patient. Bee and wasp stings may result in

Anaphylaxis Emergency Protocol

First Aid Techniques Do not hesitate to act! The first signs of anaphylaxis can be mild, becoming life-threatening very quickly. Alert security or safety officer and arrange for transportation of the patient. If the patient has an Epinephrine auto-injector, use it at the first signs of the anaphylaxis. Repeat every 5 minutes if the symptoms