Potential impact from changes to first aid regulation
HEALTH: A Hull health and safety training provider is warning of the potential impact changes in regulations covering first aid will have on businesses.
From April next year, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will no longer be responsible for the approval and monitoring of HSE- approved training organisations in the UK.
Employers will be responsible for the selection of training providers that offer training to meet the guidelines, as well as providing qualified first- aid personnel.
Linda Crossland-Clarke, managing director of She Knows Health and Safety, said: "The removal of HSE-licensed training providers should open up the marketplace for first- aid training, but there is also a real danger the quality of training on offer dips as a result."
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She Knows Health and Safety is helping companies meet these challenges with the launch of its virtual reality simulation Mission Room training facility.
This transportable 360- degree facility offers first aid training for learners in any type of theoretical industrial and business environment, such as an oil refinery or factory.
The facility will provide training to deal with a range of casualties.