Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tips For Shoveling Snow

Originally posted on Chiropractic & Holistic Care For Your Family:
Snow season often means I will see a very consistent pattern within people’s spines, and it’s no surprise when you consider that an average shovelful of snow weighs 5 to…

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Naked rambler gets no help from European Court of Human Rights – Diarmuid Laffan

Originally posted on UK Human Rights Blog:
Gough v UK (Application no. 49327/11), 28 October 2014 – Read judgment The applicant in this case has been repeatedly arrested, convicted and imprisoned for breaching the peace by walking around naked in…

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Why use Controls Measure before PPE?

Originally posted on World Class Health and Safety:
It is too easy to think that you can provide primary protection from a hazard just by supplying Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Open the catalogue, choose then buy the product. It is…

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#CrisisTeamFail

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
I noticed a hashtag on Twitter last night that made me feel quite anxious but also intrigued – #CrisisTeamFail.  Whether or not you’ve signed up to Twitter, you can still go on it and…

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World Class Health and Safety Humour #6

Originally posted on World Class Health and Safety:
I am going to get my household water from a well that I am planning to dig in my garden. I thought it would save me money but friends tell me I…

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Witness Warnings

Originally posted on Mental Health Cop:
The Crisis Care Concordat is ensuring that a lot of discussions occur about the interface between the police and our mental health system, amongst other things.  We are quite predictably hearing a lot of…

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Can I design my own training?

Originally posted on World Class Health and Safety:
There is no clear cut yes or no answer to this one; it depends on your expertise. It’s generally recognised that you need to be educated to at least one level higher than…

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