Did your first aid certificate expire over the lock-down period? If you hold a First Aid at Work or Paediatric First Aid qualification that expired on or after the 16th March then the good news is the HSE or DfE have accepted that you couldn't renew it.
We are now once again able to provide our full range of First Aid Training, but now in a safe and socially distanced manor. Since mid March the guidelines issued from various bodies and the government put a stop to all First Aid Training. From the start of June new guidelines and statements have been
Now that we are able to offer Safe and Socially Distanced First Aid Training it is important to look at how the advice from the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) and Department for Education (DfE) has changed. During March both the HSE and DfE issued guidance that was pretty much in agreement. As no training
As the situation with COVID-19 has developed, we have summarised some of the current processes, advice and guidelines on both first aid training and conducting first aid. First Aid Training From Radmoor Training We have currently suspended all training, and will review the situation as any government advice changes.Our office is still open, but response
Having the correct first aid provision in your workplace is not only a legal requirement, it is incredibly important for the safety of you and your employees. However, here at Radmoor Training, we know that it can be difficult to determine exactly how many first aiders you need and what type of training they require. That’s
BS8599-2, the new British Standard for Motor Vehicle First Aid Kits, was launched this February by BSi. Many of you will be aware of the British Standard for Workplace First Aid Kits (BS8599-1), and indeed have been choosing these over the traditional HSE First Aid Kits. As part of this improvement of First Aid Kit
As we’ve mentioned previously (see HSE Changes & First Aid Guidance Update), October ushered in a whole slew of changes from the HSE to the way first aid in the workplace is managed and implemented. The big change was the way first aid training is provided, but a few other, more subtle, changes to The Health
For those of you that might not know, today (1st October 2013) the HSE of introduced new guidance on First Aid Training in the Workplace. The changes came about following recommendations from ‘Reclaiming Health and Safety for All: An independent review of health and safety legislation’, by Professor Ragnar E Lõfstedt, which was published in