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Health and Safety Training for the Agriculture Sector

Agriculture Sector Training The Omagh Show is taking place this weekend so in correlation with that, we have been promoting our Health and Safety & First Aid Courses which are particularly relevant to the Agriculture Sector! We have various courses that farmers and other agricultural workers would benefit from completing: Manual Handling Risk Assessment COSHH […]

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Childcare Training Courses

Training Courses for the Childcare Industry At Global Horizon Skills, we offer a full range of accredited courses, recognised by awarding bodies. Some courses are particularly relevant to those in the Childcare Sector. We have provided training for various playgroups in the North West who have always been extremely complimentary on our training delivery. Below […]

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Defibrillators

AED is a technology that has now been made available to the general public and not just paramedics. These amazing machines greatly improve the chances of survival of any casualty when used by those trained. We are a leading provider in First Aid across Northern Ireland and we have been selected by all Education and […]

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First Aid Training – How it saves lives

Train in First Aid, and you could save a life! A Football coach in Burnham has saved the life of a car crash victim by putting his First Aid Training to maximum use. To keep reading, click here: http://www.burnham-on-sea.com/news/2015/football-first-aid-11-05-15.php *Article from Burnham-on-sea.com We provide a full suite of accredited courses, to name a few: First […]

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Sharps Training

SHARPS DISPOSAL BINS PUT IN PLACE IN BELFAST http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-31632053 Needle bins to allow injecting drug users to safely dispose of used syringes have been installed in five public toilets in Belfast city centre. The council said it took the measure due to the number of needles found by cleaners and members of the public. Here […]

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Defibrillator Training, CPR and First Aid

Back from the dead: Teen who collapsed and died for seven minutes brought back to life with defibrillator A miracle teen who collapsed and died for seven minutes after a crunch semi-final football match yesterday revealed: “I don’t know how I’m alive.” Thanks to Nemo’s team doctor Conall Hurley and Bishopstown’s physio Ciaran O’Shaughnessy, who […]

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Why Everyone Should Train in CPR / First Aid

Why You Need to Take a CPR / First Aid Class to Save a Life! http://momwithaprep.com/take-cpr-first-aid-class/ Read this Mum’s blog for her views on why training in First Aid and CPR was beneficial for her! We offer a wide range of training in First Aid, which are listed below; Anaphylaxis and Epipen This 2 hour […]

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Health and Safety Training for Construction Sites

Health and Safety on Construction Sites feared not to be up to standards. ‘I never feared the worst, then they said he was brain dead’ Alfie Perrin’s mum Jacqueline admits she didn’t think the worst when a supervisor knocked on her door to tell her he’d had an accident at work. The 16-year-old, who was […]

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Food Safety / Food Hygiene Rating

FOOD HYGIENE RATINGS BY THE FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY Recently, the Food Standards Agency carried out their Food Safety / Food Hygiene inspections. The Derry Journal have provided the list of all those inspected in the Derry area; http://www.derryjournal.com/news/revealed-derry-s-food-hygiene-scores-1-6668272 The business’ inspected, range from Childcare Groups to Butchers, to Restaurants, anywhere that involves the cooking, handling […]

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Security Industry Authority Licensing

SIA Security Guard Licensing Fraud A BBC investigation has found that thousands of licensed security guards could be working in the UK fraudulently after buying qualifications for cash. Security Guards must train and sit a mandatory exam in order to qualify for the SIA card. EXPERT VIEW Hugo Martin is chief executive of Hawki, one […]

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