Category Archives: First Person on Scene
As little as ten years ago it was rare to see a defibrillator outside of a hospital, ambulance or perhaps a residential home. Nowadays they are popping up everywhere from offices to village halls, local football clubs, shops, malls and … Continue reading
Type 1 Diabetes is a medical condition that affects over 400,000 people in the UK. It’s a condition in which there is no insulin production in the pancreas. This means there’s an inability to process proteins, carbohydrates and fats. Type … Continue reading
Would you know what to do if one of your employees had a heart attack? In an ageing population where people work well into their sixties and even seventies, heart attacks are becoming increasingly commonplace, so it’s important that you … Continue reading
When it comes to serious health situations, there should be no short cuts. That is why that at Human Touch, we ensure all of our staff are professionally trained to ensure the risks taken are at a minimum.
First Person on Scene training (often shortened to FPOS) is essential to the health and safety in your workplace. With the correct training, first aiders are able to quickly assess a situation and provide vital checks and procedures whilst the … Continue reading