Recognising the environmental impact of a traditional reliance on printed materials, and their customers' wish to move toward using paperless forms of media, has inspired the British Red Cross to launch its first online brochure which informs subscribers about the complete portfolio of training on offer from the Red Cross. In addition, the brochure contains information on purchasing and pricing, special offers and legislative information that may affect the provision of first aid in the workplace.
Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 dictate that all businesses, including the self employed and those with fewer than five employees, must provide adequate and appropriate personnel and equipment to enable the provision of first aid should an employee become ill or injured at work. However, without a hard and fast rule governing the number of first aid trained staff, many businesses become confused about what is adequate and appropriate for them.
Contained within the pages of the IBrochure is an easy to use guide to Health and Safety Executive regulations which makes it easy for businesses to ensure they are compliant with the law, along with a direct link to the Red Cross online shop, meaning that the IBrochure acts as a one stop shop for all first aid needs within the workplace.
First Aid and Health and Safety have experienced a particularly tumultuous time recently. The introduction of the Corporate Manslaughter and Homicide Bill in April this year, coupled with the eagerly anticipated announcement of changes to HSE guidelines on first aid training in the workplace, has left many organisations concerned about their ability to stay up to date and interpret the implications of these changes.
Regular updates are placed on the homepage of the IBrochure which allows readers to bypass the constant information search and have the latest information at the click of a mouse.
Produced in conjunction with Cheshire based Marketing Innovation Group, the IBrochure is a simple and straightforward resource for anyone with first aid and Health and Safety responsibilities.
For further information please contact:
Tel: 0161 888 8952
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