In this article How does radicalisation take place? The warning signs of radicalisation Protective factors What do extremists offer? How can you report a Prevent concern? How does radicalisation take place?
Any individual, any age, gender, socio-economic status, or religious belief could be vulnerable to radicalisation towards extremists. Individuals who engage in acts of terrorism often are influenced to do so and there are often other people involved, these people access th
In this article Who is responsible? The CONTEST Strategy Promoting British Values Why was Prevent created? Extremism and Radicalisation Who is at risk? The role of social media Prevent in different contexts Working together and Channel Why is Prevent controversial? Reporting concerns Since 1st July 2015, all specified authorities have a responsibility to ensure that they demonstrate compliance to Prevent duty, with due regard; as outlined under section 26 of the Counter-Terro
In this article What equipment falls under the DSE definition? What is classed as a work station and what isn’t? The definition of a user Risks to health Requirements for DSE Planning the perfect workstation The screen The keyboard The mouse Desks, chairs and accessories Air quality and temperature DSE stands for Display Screen Equipment, it is used in the majority of workplaces, it is important to follow precautions put in place when using DSE to help reduce the risk of disc
In this article Defining schizophrenia Causes of schizophrenia Genetics Brain Chemistry and Structure Major Life Events and Traumas Family relationships Substance Abuse Pregnancy and Birth Complications Schizophrenia is a very serious mental illness where individuals are unable to differentiate between reality and imagination. It is the most common type of psychotic illness and is thought to affect up to 1 in 100 people in the UK during their lifetime.
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In this article Types of eating disorder Anorexia Nervosa Bulimia Nervosa Binge Eating Disorder (BED) Causes of eating disorders Physical symptoms Behavioural symptoms Psychological symptoms An eating disorder is a mental illness, which means that an individual will have a very complex relationship with food that is likely to be out of control. Eating disorders can lead to other mental illnesses such as stress, anxiety, depression and phobias. People will commonly experience
In this article Mental Health in the present day Finding help Types of medication Types of therapies Mental health is when an individual suffers effects to their psychological and mental well-being. It affects how they think, feel and act as well as how they deal with factors such as stress, how they relate to other people and the choices that they make. According to the Samaritans deaths by suicide rose by 10.9% in the UK in 2018
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19th March 2021 by Michelle Putter In this article What is occupational health? What is an occupational health assessment? What are the different types of occupational health assessments? Summary In the workplace, there are numerous hazards that have the potential to cause harm to employees, such as injury and ill health. The health and safety risks they may be exposed to will depend on what their occupation is, what their tasks are and the environment in which they work.
In this article RIDDOR rules and regulations RIDDOR 2013 changes Who is the responsible person? What is RIDDOR reportable? What doesn’t need to be reported under RIDDOR 2013 RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations. These Regulations apply in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. RIDDOR in Northern Ireland is slightly different.
As RIDDOR is a regulation, it is therefore a legal requirement to report and record death
In this article How to report an accident or incident at work? What needs to be reported? Deaths Major Injuries Injuries Lasting More Than 7 Days Injuries to Members of the Public RIDDOR Also Covers Reportable Diseases Dangerous Occurrences Employer and Employee Responsibilities How to Report a RIDDOR Incident to the HSE How long should RIDDOR records be kept? Summary Let’s start off with the basics, RIDDOR stands for Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences
18th May 2020by Jane Higgins In this article Staff wellbeing in your workplace How to spot the signs that someone may be struggling with mental health issues The different steps for promoting positive staff wellbeing Remove the stigma from mental illness Mental health problems are very common in the workplace. According to statistics, over 12% of all sick leave is attributed to mental health and the workplace can be a cause of a wide range of mental health conditions includin