Workplace health and safety are important for the wellbeing of both employees and businesses. Accidents are more likely to happen if an employer and its employees do not take workplace…
As you will be very aware from recent Government and Media output, the country is experiencing a daily increase in the number of cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) being reported. In response to this country wide health emergency, we at First2HelpYou have drawn up the following response to provide our customers with information regarding our Service Continuity Plans and we would like to inform all our customers that First2HelpYou are operating ‘business as usual’.
Every month here at First2HelpYou, we bring you the highlights of the months’ safety and security news. So, without any further ado here is November’s monthly safety and security roundup.
It’s that time again when we give you a summary of all that has happened in the world of health and safety, in our First2HelpYou monthly safety and security roundup.
Last years event was such a resounding success that The Lone Worker Safety Expo is back this year, even bigger and better. First2HelpYou will be there, so this week let’s have a look at what goes on at the expo in our latest blog: First2HelpYou At The Lone Worker Safety Expo 2019.
Its that time of the month again when we do our lone worker safety news roundup, looking at the biggest news in the health and safety and lone worker world.
As the first name in lone worker safety we are keen health and safety enthusiasts. We keep our ear to the ground and bring you the biggest health and safety news of the month.
So, grab a coffee and enjoy reading some Brexit-free news for once!
Each month, lone worker solution specialists, First2HelpYou round up and discuss big stories in the world of safety and security. Here are some of the biggest stories from February.
Each month we round up some of the biggest stories concerning safety and security. Here are some of the biggest stories from January.
An employer’s Duty of Care is the responsibility they have towards the welfare and safety of their employees whilst at work.
In our blogs and knowledge base articles we are always talking about how protecting lone workers is part of an employer’s Duty of Care. This is a phrase you might have heard bandied around a lot, but have you ever found yourself wondering what Duty of Care actually means, and how you need to apply it, then this is the blog for you.