Ladder inspection, as dull as it sounds is really important for ladder users both at home ans at work. Ladders are a wonderful piece of equipment, that at first glance seem to be extremely easy to use. While this might be true of the majority of types of ladder (multi-function ladders are definitely an exception[…]
“If you walked into this business, what would you expect them to have in place?” It’s a simple question and one that I ask when teaching a number of subjects. It tends to get people thinking and sometimes generates some surprising answers. Ask yourself the same question; if you walked into a hairdressers or a[…]
Damning evidence has been found in an investigation by ITV about the lack of investigations by environmental health officers across the country. Read more here > https://www.itv.com/news/2018-10-25/itv-tonight-find-zero-spent-on-food-testing-this-year-by-regulator/
Now I know what you’re thinking; “what happened to the vlogs and podcasts that you were going to do?”. Well the simple answer is that I’ve lost my voice! No, really I have! I’ve done pretty well this year avoiding being I’ll, not getting a cold or even a sniffle. But the other day someone[…]
In this blog post I’m going to talk about evacuation chairs. There are lots of makes and models of evacuation chair on the market. You have probably already seen some in publicly accessible buildings such as hospitals, hotels, sports grounds and arenas; I’ve even seen one in my local Costa Coffee shop. In which case you might be wondering what an evacuation chair does, who it’s for and how you use it? So let’s start with the basics.
I’m constantly looking for equipment and props that can better improve the way I deliver courses. Well this week I’ve managed to add a Ruth Lee training mannequin to our stores.