Claire Prince     26th July 2017

British Values – Individual Liberty and Mutual Respect

Individual Liberty “The right to believe, act and express oneself freely.”  Individual liberty suggests the free exercise of rights generally seen as outside Government control. It is the protection of your rights and the rights of others. It is seen in day to day life through the following: Equality and Human Rights Respect and Dignity…

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Donna-Marie Brown     24th July 2017

Acid Attacks – What to Do if It Happens to You!

  OK, yes I know what you are thinking what does this training company know about acid attacks?! Well dangerous goods are one of our specialist subjects and something we take very seriously. ‘Acid’ attacks have been very prominent in the news recently with the numbers of attacks on the rise. According to police figures…

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Claire Prince     19th July 2017

Forced Marriage

A forced marriage is where one or both people do not or cannot consent to the marriage and pressure or abuse is used. It is important to note that forced marriages differ from an arranged one where the couple willingly agree to the marriage. Forced marriage is recognised in the UK as a form of…

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Claire Prince     12th July 2017

Human Rights

Anyone who is in the UK for any reason has fundamental human rights which government and public authorities are legally obliged to respect. These became law as part of the Human Rights Act 1998. You can download the Human Rights Act from here Human Rights Act The Human Rights Act 1998 gives further legal effect…

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Claire Prince     5th July 2017

Manual Handling

Manual Handling includes a range of activities including lifting, lowering, pushing, pulling, carrying, supporting and transferring a load by bodily force.  A load can be an inanimate object, a person or an animal.  The weight of the item is an important factor, but many other factors can create a risk of injury, for example the…

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