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The Escape Plan – Do You Have Yours?

On their first day of their new job one of the most important pieces of information an employee will be given is the fire evacuation procedure. It’s the law to have a plan in place and all employees should complete a drill at least once a year. If you’re in a larger premises, a number

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Business Continuity and Crisis Management

Regardless of the industry you operate in, every business or institution can be thrown an obstacle every now and again. These might appear in the shape of crises such as flooding, power outages or fires, but they could also affect your employees and take the form of an outbreak of infection or disease. Given the

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Children’s Mental Health Week

The facts are in. According to children’s mental health charity Place2Be, one in eight children and young people have a diagnosable mental health problem. Half of those with lifetime mental health problems have experienced symptoms by the age of 14 and rates of anxiety and depression in teenagers has increased by 70% in the past

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Why YOU should download the ‘citizenAID’ App Today!

A UK based charity, citizenAID aims to empower the public to save the lives of their fellow citizens. The charity provides educational resources for both individuals and organisations which are easy to access, simple to understand and best of all FREE. Their initiative has been recognised through several national awards including counter terrorism and innovation.

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Build Your Business Skills with E-Learning

Leadership, problem solving, teamwork, communication, time management. These are just some of the essential skills necessary for successful business management. Whether you’re an assistant within a large corporate firm or an entrepreneur of a small new venture you’ll require some if not all these skills at some time in your career, most likely on a

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Managing Behaviour in Early Years

According to the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework “providers are responsible for managing children’s behaviour in an appropriate way” and “must not give corporal punishment to a child”. Although this sets a firm boundary for not breaking the law where physical punishment is not allowed, it still leaves a blank page for guidance on

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