Common Hazards That Employees Face In The Workplace

Emergencies can occur at any time, especially in the workplace. It is wise that managers always stay prepared for them. In case of an injury, an employee might file a compensation claim against the company.

  • First Aid Training LAWS

First Aid Training Laws In A Workplace (Infograph)

Accidents are not bound to certain place or time. It can happen at any time, any place and with any one. In 2015, 825 workers died of work related injuries. It’s the duty of the employer to make sure that these accidents don’t happen.

  • First Aid and CPR Training Is Important

Why First Aid and CPR Training Is Important

The human body is prone to injuries. Imagine you’re out for a picnic and your child trips, sustaining a knee injury. Or let’s say you work at a restaurant and your colleague spills soup over his hands, suffering second-degree burns.

  • Why Safety Is Important While Working at Height

Why Safety Is Important While Working at Height

Falls happen. More than 40,000 workers in Canada are injured every year due to fall related accidents. What happens next is anybody’s guess! Great economic loss aside, fall accidents and injuries cause pain and suffering… sometimes even lives of the poor workers!

  • Why Parents Should Take First-Aid Training Course

Protecting Your Children – Why Parents Should Take First-Aid Training Course

“Safety means first aid to the uninjured” According to the Canadian Paediatric Society, majority of child and youth injuries are preventable. According to a 2008 report by the World Health Organization, about 950,000 children aged 17 and under were killed by an injury in 2004, and 87% of these were due to unintentional and potentially

Why First Aid Training Is Important

First aid training is important for various reasons and few of them are listed below: It increase safety It helps save lives Helps relieve pain makes people feel secure Prevent situation from worsening Why First Aid Training Is Important