This is a restraint training opportunity is provided by OJAST Ltd for anyone in Calne, Chippenham, Devizes and Swindon. If they wish to enter, retain, refresh or enhance their skills in Security. With the possibly for New qualifications in Security. Feel free to read this advert and contact Owen Smorthit direct or through the OJAST… read more
Date: 28 July 2016 A Bristol based manufacturer of concrete products has been fined after a worker’s arm was torn off when it was pulled into the rotating tail pulley of a conveyor belt. Bristol Crown Court heard the injured man was making adjustments to a misaligned conveyor belt at Concrete Fabrications Ltd plant in Henbury,… read more
There’s been an accident, and your workmate has injuries to his legs. He’s losing blood fast, and the emergency services are 20 minutes away. Could a tourniquet save him? OJAST Ltd Tourniquets & Haemostatic Dressing first aid course picks up where basic first aid courses finish. It shows you when and where a tourniquet or… read more
You are first on the scene following a terrorist attack! You were confronted with people haemorrhaging blood from injured limbs! Would your first aid training be adequate? OJAST Ltd offers training in tourniquet and haemostatic dressing that could make all the difference. Tourniquets save lives! With terror attacks on soft targets rising, any worker in… read more
Date: 21 January 2016 Kent and Medway NHS Social Care Partnership Trust has been fined for safety failings after an 87 year old man suffered fatal injuries. Maidstone Crown Court heard how the man, who was suffering from dementia, was being cared for at the Frank Lloyd Unit, Sittingbourne, by the Kent and Medway NHS Social… read more
Posted on: Monday, 12 January 2016 ( Duncan White IBA UK ltd) Every so often, I come across a terrific article that makes me think everyone involved in security ought to read this. That’s exactly how I felt about this blog post from our respected colleague and industry expert, Mark Dawes. Mark puts together some genuinely useful information… read more
The poster we’ve uploaded today is a timely reminder about radicalisation. The simple message is that with help and guidance, people can step away from a radicalised pathway that may ultimately lead to terrorism. You can download the poster here, print off and display.
The internet has revolutionalised how all of us communicate. Unfortunately, that includes terrorists. Sites that promote radicalisation and terrorist activity, or give information on terrorist methods, have become an integral part of global terrorist activity. In our recent blogs and newsletters, we’ve talked about the need for being vigilant in our day-to-day physical environment. But… read more