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Working From Home – Our Top Tips

If you’re one of the many people that has recently transitioned (also known as having been thrown in the deep end) to working from home then you might be interested in some tips on making the best of it! The Midlands Training Company has put together these top tips to help you: Try to keep

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A quick update for First Aiders…

As you will be aware, The Midlands Training Company made the choice to close their doors and suspend training courses due to the current COVID-19 situation. The reasons for this decision include: The need to follow government advice to prevent spread of COVID-19 Feedback from our customers who expressed a growing level of concern Viability

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Celebrating Staff Excellence

Due to the current healthcare and staffing crisis, it has been bought to the attention of many a social media scroller that NHS and care staff are not only often being severely overworked, but they are also underappreciated. The latest Budget reveals a pledge to have 50,000 new nurses with the new NHS funding, showing

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Coronavirus – Quick-fire Facts & Prevention Techniques

About COVID-19 It is a new strain of the group of viruses known as coronaviruses First identified in Wuhan City, China January 2020 Incubation period: 2-14 days Symptoms: cough, breathing difficulties, fever Vulnerable people include: people with weakened immune systems, older people, those with a long-term condition e.g. diabetes, cancer, lung disease. How is it

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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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