6th January 2013
Happy New Year!
Welcome back to a what promises to be a great year in the world of Health & Safety Training. Keep an eye out for Safety Media at the major exhibitions this year and for exciting new developments in both our e-Learning platform and course library.
Wishing you all a prosperous and Safe New Year from all the team!
20th December 2012
A re-cap on Current Health & Safety Laws
Now that we are getting closer to the end of the year and 2013 is just around the corner; we thought it would be a good idea to briefly remind you of existing employment laws, as well as what the Government aims to execute in the year ahead.
The current situation
Health & Safety legislation is enforced by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE), or by the local authority environmental health officers, depending on the main activity carried out at individual workplaces. The HSE is responsible for higher risk sectors whereas local authority officers are responsible for the more lower-risk sectors.
- Employers have a civil liability to their employees in the area of Health & Safety
and have a duty to take reasonable care for the Health & Safety of its employees; covering both physical and mental injuries.
- Employers also have a duty to ensure the health, safety and welfare at work of its employees. This covers the maintenance of plant; systems of work; the arrangements for the use, handling, storage and transport of articles and substances; information and training and access routes.
- Employers with over 5 workers must have a written Health & safety Policy which must be made available to workers.
- Following the introduction of the Corporate Manslaughter Homicide Act 2007, employers can be found guilty of an offence if the way in which its activities are managed or organised causes a person’s death.
- Employees have a duty to look after themselves and take care to avoid injury to anyone else through their work activities.
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6th December 2012
Safety Media gains RoSPA’s stamp of approval
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has approved six of Safety Media’s courses with more on the way.
The much sought after popular accreditation scheme offers organisations the opportunity to demonstrate that their courses adhere to accepted standards.
As a leading voice in Health & Safety, and the longest-running safety organisation in the UK, Safety Media chose RoSPA to approve our courses as it’s a nationally recognised and widely respected charity strongly focused on Health & Safety issues.
RoSPA’s accreditation of Safety Media’s courses will not only add credibility to online safety training but will provide a powerful and authentic reminder of the quality of the courses Safety Media provide.
Safety Media are very pleased to announce that the following courses have been individually assessed and are now RoSPA approved:
These approved courses certify and demonstrate a strong commitment on Safety Media’s behalf to delivering high standards of Health & Safety training.
Safety Media provide three main E-Learning Solutions. Each are unique and provide flexible learning solutions to your Health & Safety requirements.
Look out for the RoSPA Approved logo across our courses.
27th November 2012
DRIVING IN WET WEATHER – TOP TIPS
As the rain continues to fall in the UK, it's extremely important to take extra precautions when driving. Of course you already know that slowing down and increasing concentration can make a big difference, but there are some tips that you may not of known about that will most defiantly help you reach your destination safely.
Water cannot only be hazardous because of the risks of aquaplaning, skidding and poor visibility it can also damage your car. Always be prepared to adapt your driving technique for the weather.
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26th November 2012
Safety Media Launches "Add your own logo"
Safety Media is proud no announce a brand new service to all customers who are looking to purchase Safety Posters to complete their training portfolio.
You now have the option to upload your very own company logo to your poster which will replace the Safety Media logo in the header box. This will show your staff that YOU are committed to their Safety and encourage brand recognition throughout your premises.
It really is simple - Look out for the new logo across the shop pages and where you see Add your own Logo then you will have he opportunity to upload your own logo onto the product. We will send you a proof so you can see how the final poser will look and then once you are happy it will be printed off and popped in the post to you that same day.
The Safety Media 3 for 2 offer runs across this poster range branded or not and so take advantage of the savings and get your logo on your walls!
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20th November 2012
Asbestos closes Welsh school until further notice
High levels of building materials containing asbestos have been found at a high school in Caerphilly. The 900 pupil school has now been closed until further notice after a structural report identified asbestos in the main block.
Not forgetting that Asbestos is the single greatest cause of work-related deaths in the UK; the report, made by Santia Asbestos Management Limited said asbestos in the roof void may have been blown around the building by the heating system, therefore it was inevitable that the closure of the school had to be taken to safeguard the health and wellbeing of the pupils and staff.
All workers who are liable to disturb asbestos during their normal work should be trained so that they can recognise asbestos containing materials and know what to do if they come across them.
It is essential that you provide your employees with the correct training. Asbestos is highly dangerous and potentially life threatening, don’t become a victim.
We have produced a white paper which will help you understand a little bit more about asbestos and its dangers.
In early 2013 Safety Media will be releasing a brand new Asbestos Awareness Training DVD - you can pre-order your copy or request an alert now to be sure you and your staff don't miss our on essential training and information.
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13th November 2012
Re-designed posters now available in 2 sizes
The Safety Media team have been hard at work re-designing our popular informational posters to reflect changes in legislation and give the range a more up dated look and feel.
Firstly the material that the poster's are printed on is a new, poly-carbon coated material which is durable, waterproof, tear resistant and ultra-long lasting. The posters come in a tube and this revolutionary material is designed so it becomes completely flat after just a few minutes of unrolling. It is suitable for framing or to be pinned or stuck straight up on your wall, either way it is sure to be eye catching and long lasting.
Secondly we are now offering these posters in 2 sizes - either A2 (£19) or A1 (£29). This means that your Safety message will fit in any space necessary.
There are more advances to come so watch this space but for now why not take advantage of our 3 for 2 offer and fill your walls with safety reminders to show your staff you care.
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6th November 2012
BSC Chief Exec speaks out about appalling Workplace injury statistics
"These Statistics should act as a constant reminder to all of us the sad reality of thousands of employees being injured, made ill and dying as a result of preventable workplace injuries."
This was part of a powerful statement released by Alexa Botha, Chief Executive of the British Safety Council.
She went on to say:
"We must continue to sustain the improvements made over the last ten years in preventing workplace injury and ill-health occurrences."
The statistics reveal that both the number and incidence of major and three-day injuries continue to fall as well as the number of work-related ill health cases. However with over 55,000 people in Wales still suffering from Work-Related Illness is this really a time for celebration?
We look further into the report in our full article.
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1st November 2012
Be safe not sorry this bonfire night
It’s that time of year again when we’re all getting ready to wrap up warm and enjoy a great fireworks display.
Although the night is supposed to be fun, it doesn’t come without its dangers.
Here are our Top 10 tips on staying safe this bonfire night…
1. Keep children away from fireworks
The powder inside a firework is flammable and toxic. Hide all fireworks and sparklers from children and only get them out when you're ready to set them off.
2. Wear gloves
From holding fireworks to sparklers, gloves will protect the hands from stray sparks - Always wear gloves!
Never use flammable liquid to light a bonfire. Always locate the bonfire a considerable distance away from people and buildings making sure the area is cordoned off.
4. Putting out fireworks and sparklers
Once the fireworks and sparklers have died out, put the excess material in a bucket of cold water to cool them
down before disposing of them. Always remember any small spark can set off a fire.
5. Keep pets inside
All pets are afraid of fireworks and can become unpredictable when frightened. Keep all pets inside away from the noise.
6. Light fireworks far away from the audience
Pieces of firework which are still lit can fall quite a distance from where it has been lit and can be fatal. Make sure fireworks are lit as far away as possible.
7. Keep warm
The nights are getting colder so wrap up warm.
8. Take a torch
If your car isn’t parked in a well-lit area it may be tricky to find it, take a torch with you so you're able to find your
9. Keep anything flammable away from naked flames
Even perfume can set off a fire so be aware of keeping fire away from yourself.
10. Have fun!
There may be rules and regulations regarding firework displays but if these safety tips are followed, you're sure to have a fun, safe night.
Remember, it is just as important to keep your employee's families safe as accidents at home can also mean time off at work.
Happy bonfire night!
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29th October 2012
Stay Safe this Halloween
For many people, events like Halloween are fun times to dress up in costumes, go trick-or-treating, attend parties and eat lovely treats. These events can also be dangerous if you or your children don’t take care of yourself and follow a few easy rules. Always be aware of potential Halloween hazards and take precautions to eliminate them.
- Never let your child go Trick or Treating without an adult.
- Only allow them to go to houses where you know the occupier.
- Don't knock on doors which have signs asking you not to.
- Carry a torch and stick to well light areas.
- Stay as a group.
- Don't engage with strangers on the street.
- NEVER enter an unknown house.
- Don't actively try to frighten people - this isn't kind and can have dreadful consequences.
- Be visible to road users.
- Remember your Green Cross Code.
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18th October 2012
HSE introduce Fee for Intervention Scheme
As of the 1st October 2012 the Health & Safety Executive have introduced fees when intervention as a result of inspections becomes necessary.
This is being termed as a "Cost Recovery Scheme" and as such allows the HSE to charge an hourly fee to put right any items which cause concern during an inspection or investigation.
This fee is currently set at £124 per hour and this can soon cost your company thousands once you look at travel, re-inspection, minor misdemeanors and other expenses which you may not consider...REMEMBER £124 IS AN HOURLY RATE NOT A MAXIMUM FEE.
Safety Media's range of training products will help you stay ahead of the inspectors and avoid a nasty invoice landing on your desk, whilst at the same time complying to your responsibilities as an employer.
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17th October 2012
Diving firm fined for despicable Health & Safety failings
A Bristol diving school has been fined £35,000 for significant Health & Safety failings which led to the death of a father of two. Bristol’s Subaquaholics failed to ensure important documents had been filled out before passing him fit to dive, including a medical questionnaire, statement of risk and liability and a statement of understanding. The investigation also uncovered unsafe procedures at the company, including a lack of proper risk assessments and no diving logs for the weekend's activities.
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25th September 2012
4 STAR RATING FOR OUR WORKING AT HEIGHTS DVD
Safety Media’s Working at Heights DVD has recently been reviewed and has once again received a four star rating by Health and Safety at Work Magazine. Download the article or view it directly on the HSW Website.
“This is a good, straightforward DVD, designed to convey the principles of working safely at height in a simple, straightforward manner.”
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13th September 2012
Blowtorch blunder left family homeless
A housing society is examining whether a workman followed the correct Health & Safety procedures after he set fire to a row of terraced houses while fixing a leaking gutter with a blowtorch.
Whilst fixing a drainage system at a house in Bristol, the workman accidentally set the roof on fire, which quickly spread to the houses next door and sadly destroyed everything inside them.
The owner who had lived at the house for 19 years came home from a shopping trip to find that her house was badly damaged and her possessions destroyed.
Source: Daily Mail Online
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11th September 2012
Newly Updated Environmental Awareness DVD receives great industry review
"Indeed for a training DVD, much of the photography is strikingly beautiful, which ties in well with the
underlying theme about the need to safeguard our world.
The reduce, recycle, reuse sequence is well explained and there are some striking facts and figures about
the cost of waste."
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4th September 2012
Bill takes on the challenge and succeeds
Chairman Bill Roberts has successfully completed his first (and hopefully not last) Chairman's Challenge when he successfully abseiled down Europe's tallest building in aid of the Outward Bound trust.
Scaling the 310m building would be terrifying enough for most of us but Bill took a step over the edge to become one of only 40 people selected to take on this might feat.
31st August 2012
Shortlisted for the E-Learning Awards 2012
We are very proud to announce we have been shortlisted for the E-Learning Awards 2012.
Winners will be announced at a Gala Dinner in London on 8th November so wish us luck!
28th August 2012
Safety Media take being global seriously
Safety Media Managing Director, Toby Roberts is currently on a very exciting trip visiting our brand new Bahrain office. The office has successfully been set up by Safety Media’s newly employed regional manager – Myles O’Connor.
In his own words Myles will be promoting the World’s best collection of Health & Safety content into a fascinating and rapidly growing Middle Eastern market. He has undoubtedly got the skills and the experience to make this an invaluable venture for Safety Media.
24th August 2012
chairman takes safety media to new heights
Safety Media Chairman Bill Roberts is on the verge of making history by becoming one of only 40 people to abseil down THE SHARD in London.
The 310m challenge is being undertaken to raise money for the Outward Bound Trust and the list of participants include HRH the Duke of York and Ffion Hague.
For sponsorship information or just to find out more about this amazing feat read more on our dedicated page.
24th August 2012
Updated Spill Prevention & Control DVD
Safety Media is proud to announce the re-launch of our Spill Prevention & Control DVD.
The titles covers best practice advice on how to handle a spill should they occur but more importantly how to try and prevent them occurring in the first place - after all we all know Prevention is better than a Cure!
Your staff will be told about spills kits, shown how to use them appropriately, how to contain spillages and manage them in the best way to minimise damage to people, premises and the environment.
If your staff handle any kind of liquids that could be spilled this 14 minute DVD is an essential addition to your health and safety portfolio.
17th August 2012
How green is e-learning
The Carbon Trust estimates that UK businesses waste 10-20% of he energy they buy.
Safety Media is committed to educating customers and clients about this incredible statistic and encourage all business to at least consider if E-Learning could be the right solution, not only for their business, but for the world we all live in.
Our consultants will happily talk you through the benefits of E-Learning and set you up with a free trial account so that you can see for yourself how E-Learning works in conjunction with Health & Safety compliance training.
We understand shifting to E-Learning can seem daunting and expensive compared to the alternatives but once you learn more about the pricing, ease of use and robust recording / reporting functions we are confident you will see the future of training open up before your eyes.
1st August 2012
Q&A about Gas Safety
Want to know more about keeping safe at home and at work? The HSE has a really helpful Q&A to help you with all you need to know about using Gas appliances and keeping safe.
27th July 2012
Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt in need of some Health & Safety Training?
Earlier today during an interview talking about the "ringing in" of the Olympics, Jeremy Hunt made an almost harmful health and safety faux pas!
He exclaimed "Health & Safety!" Indeed Jeremy, feel free to contact us for some advice on how to avoid incidents in the future!
To avoid accidents at work and at home be sure to have your equipment fully assessed for use by a qualified person before putting it to use and always wear the correct PPE!
5th July 2012
Huge fall from grace for East Yorkshire Farmer
Last July a 20 year old farm worker suffered serious injuries after falling 4.5 meters through a roof light. The HSE investigated the incident and brought a prosecution against the farm owner as he had "failed to consider the significant risks involved of working at height." (HSE)
During the recent hearing the farm owner pleaded guilty to breaching Regulation 9(2) of the Work at Height Regulations 2005, was fined £6,000 and ordered to pay a further £3,893.90 in costs.
After the hearing HSE Inspector Paul Estell commented:
"Falls from height kill more workers than anything else and is one of the most common causes of death in agriculture..."
Don't let you or your employees become part of one of these chilling reports. Follow the best practice procedures as set out by Safety Media's Working at Height DVD and cover yourself against harm.
Follow the link below to see a preview of the recently updated DVD.
4th July 2012
Council fined over death of disabled driver by reversing bin van
Bassetlaw District Council has been fined £25K plus £12,987 in costs at Nottingham Crown Court over an accident during a round in Langold, Notts, in July 2008 when a mobility scooter driver was killed by a reversing bin lorry. The vehicle was on a missed bin collection and had a single-man crew, an HSE inspector observed that the accident could have been prevented if the driver had had a reversing assistant. The council pleaded guilty to a breach of Section 3(1) of the Health & Safety at Work etc Act 1974.
4th July 2012
Responding to legionnaires
In the light of the recent outbreaks of Legionnaires' disease Safety Media has relaunched their DVD and E-Learning course giving facts and information about the causes, symptoms and prevention of this disease.
Taking a best practice approach the DVD is short and packed full of information to keep your employees and business safe from risk.
At just £99 can your business afford not to take the time?
The E-Learning course has been automatically added to all of our customers systems if hosted by Safety Media. If you take a look in your system you should find it sitting in your course list waiting to be used.
For more information on your particular access to the course or to purchase our online learning system please contact 0845 345 1703.
2nd July 2012
Worker's fingers severed cleaning concrete pump
A worker had 4 fingers severed in an accident while cleaning a concrete hopper pump at a house site in Telford on 27th February 2010. He had lifted a grill which should have deactivated the machinery as a safeguard. The supplier of the pump, Transcrete (GB)Ltd was fined £4K plus £2K costs for failing to ensure the machine was designed and constructed in a manner that it could not cause serious injury.
O' Neill Concrete Pumping Ltd of Wolverhampton was fined £3K plus £2K costs for failing to ensure the safety of an employee.
25th June 2012
New catalogue, telesales and website Terms & Conditions launched
We have recently amended our terms and conditions of business relating to all telesales, website and catalogue based sales. These terms are valid from and relate to all purchases made on or since the 25th June 2012. Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us on 0845 345 1703.
15th June 2012
Driving DVD Review
Safety Media's new Driving DVD has recently been reviewed by Health & Safety at Work Magazine and received an excellent report. Download the article or view it directly on the HSW Website.
6th June 2012
UPDATED ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS DVD IS HERE
The newly updated and re-released Environmental Awareness DVD from Safety Media has arrived - hot off the press.
This version of the classic title is a lot more concise than it's predecessor running at c13 minutes instead of a mammoth 50! With hard hitting imagery, jaw dropping facts and stats galore this title is an essential educational experience for every environmentally conscious company.
Including tips on reducing your carbon footprint, appealing to people to replicate their recycling habits from home in the workplace and information on how to minimise your impact on the environment this title provides a modern take on an age old concern.
Order online or call us on 0845 345 1703 for more info.
25th MAY 2012
COOKIES MAKING HEADLINE NEWS!
As you may or may not have heard the so-called 'Cookie Law' is coming into effect this Sunday. Basically this law requires every single website to expressly gain your permission to put a tiny piece of code onto your computer in order for the web masters and marketing teams around the world to be able to track activity across websites. To be clear practically every website in the world has been doing this since the info superhighway came rattling into our lives but now these cookies need to be made clear.
We would like to make it clear that our website does indeed use temporary cookies and if you do not agree to this please do not continue browsing our website. For further information about our products or services or to continue your Safety Media journey offline please call 0845 345 1703 for assistance.
2ND MAY 2012
Express E-Learning Brochure
You can read all about our Express E-Learning products in our new Express brochure.
17th MAY 2012
Exploding expo success
The Safety and Health Exhibition has been a great success this year with plenty of visitors coming by to see us at the stand. It was great to see so many familiar and new faces popping by to see what is new from Safety Media aside from our impressive new stand.
27th April 2012
Heinz CHOOSE Safety Media
We are delighted to report that food giant Heinz have extended their contract with Safety Media. Having used the system for the last 3 years they have decided to sign up again for the same period.
The Customer Account Manager Andy Elder says he is delighted Heinz have decided to renew and he is looking forward to further developing the relationship.
Heinz's UK operations benefit from using our Enterprise E-Learning solution. For more information about Enterprise follow the link below.
20th April 2012
Bespoke DVDs from Safety Media Ltd
Now you can be in charge of your own Health & Safety DVDs, incorporate your own staff, premises, equipment. Make your message heard by your employees. We are offering a bespoke DVD package including on site filming, scripting, editing and production.
16th April 2012
Safety & Health Expo - May 2012
If you want to find out more about the Safety & Health Expo at the Birmingham NEC then watch the clip below from their website. While you are at it see if you can spot our very own Chairman Bill Roberts!
11th April 2012
Focus on Driving
Did you know there are an estimated 3 million company cars on the road. Approximately 1 in 3 crashes involve a vehicle being driven for work leading to 3 deaths every day? Worrying statistics indeed.
Accidents happen but if your staff have use of a company car it is your responsibility to make sure they are trained in the best practices when using the vehicle.
Our recently updated Driving DVD can help you ensure your staff have the knowledge to drive safely when representing your company on the roads of Britain.
Don't become a statistic, stay safe.
22nd March 2012
Working at Height DVD
Our Working at Height DVD has been written, filmed and mastered by our in-house production editor, Kevin Casey. Having taken a quick sneak peak at it yesterday it is a great rework of an old favourite and is an essential addition to anyone companies safety media library.
9th March 2012
News Update from Safety Media
This week we exhibited at the IOSH conference at Manchester Central to network and showcase our new re branded look. The conference was a great opportunity to demonstrate Safety Media’s latest E-Learning products and for safety professionals to get expert advice from our team.
With nearly 2000 visitors attending this year, it was IOSH’s biggest and best exhibition yet!
If you want up to date information on our innovative E-Learning solutions, download the latest E-Learning brochure from Safety Media.
24th February 2012
NEW COSHH DVD - OUT NOW!
Did you know the COSHH signage has changed? Legally by 2015 the old style orange warning signs will be out of date and must be replaced by the new style look.
Make sure your company stays up to date and stays legal by getting our new look COSHH - The Facts DVD.
February 22nd 2012
What do Manchester and Birmingham have in common? Both are hosts to health & safety exhibitions in 2012....and we will be there!
The new stands for our 2012 exhibitions are being prepared, brochures are being sent to print and shoes are being polished - all this in preparation for Safety Media to explode into the spotlight at this year's IOSH and NEC Exhibitions.
First up this year is IOSH. On Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th March we will be at the exhibition at Manchester Central along with over 700 Health & Safety peers.
Come along to meet our experts, including MD Toby Roberts, to discuss our revolutionary E-Learning Health & Safety Training solutions.
Have any questions beforehand give us a call on 0845 345 1703.
7th February 2013
WORK RELATED STRESS
Work related stress can be caused by a number of things. You might feel under pressure at work because of your work load, unable to cope with certain deadlines or it might even be the environment that you work in. Stress can cause psychological, emotional, physical and behavioural problems and can affect different people in different ways.
Did you know…
Stress affects 1 in 5 people of the working population and is the biggest cause of sickness in the UK.
Over 105 million working days are lost each year because of work related stress.
Nearly half a million people in the UK believe that they have work-related stress at a level that is making them feel ill.
We provide various stress awareness courses in both interactive and video formats, as well as a DVD course for both managers and employees. It is your duty as a manager to make sure that your employees are aware of these risks and make them aware by providing them with helpful tips on how to overcome stress.
6th February 2013
Introducing Blog Spots from Safety Media
We are working on a lot of new ways of communicating with our customers here at Safety Media and I am delighted to revel a sneak preview in the form of our Blog Spots. We will be asking different members of the Safety Media team to voice their opinions on matters relating to Health and Safety, share experiences, talk about e-Learning and connect with you, our customers, on a much more open platform.
Our new Sales Director Meena Bhaugeerutty will be introducing herself shortly as one of our regular contributors once we are fully up and running but in the meantime she has sent in this little nugget to get us started -
Learning technologies - By Meena B
A few intrepid members of the Safety Media team attended the Learning Technologies exhibition early this week on the 29-30th January.
It was great to catch up with some of the familiar faces of the e-Learning world and meet our Channel Partners.
The key themes of the 2 days that everyone was talking about were:
- BYOD (Bring your own device)
- Using mobile
- HTML5 stability
The great news is that the number of visitors has increased significantly since last year which shows that the industry is back on good form!
It was a great show and a very encouraging that so many organisation from a number of sectors are looking to embrace using technology as part of their strategies.
What are your thoughts on what’s hot for 2013? Join in the conversation on Twitter using #2013learningtrends.
Connect with Meena:
Check back soon for more updates from the Safety Media team.
4th February 2013
Safety media support wales air ambulance
Wales Air Ambulance is funded by the people of Wales, relying on the public and companies such as ours to help keep them flying. With each mission costing them approximately £1500, and £6 million per year to operate the service, the decision to choose Wales Air Ambulance as our adopted charity was an extremely easy one to make.
We are delighted to announce that Safety Media will be adopting Wales Air Ambulance as our official Charity of choice.
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24th January 2013
RoSPA reveals shocking accident prevention stats
RoSPA has recently released groundbreaking evidence that reveals accidents are the top cause of preventable, premature death for most of our lives.
The statistics found show that almost a quarter of all preventable years of life lost up to the age of at least 60 are lost due to accidents. This overshadows even all preventable cancers and heart disease.
In light of this information we support RoSPA's call to action for the government to bring accident prevention to the forefront of all priorities in public health in England.
Safety Media of course supply Accident Prevention training via e-Learning courses and DVDs so be sure to do your bit and keep your staff accident free at work.
In fact to encourage Accident Prevention Training safety Media are offering all customers a 10% discount on all non-e-Learning Accident Prevention materials. Simply use discount code ACC13 at the checkout of quote it over the phone when placing your order.
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23rd January 2013
More Courses Approved by Rospa
Safety Media are proud to say we now have 20 e-Learning courses approved by RoSPA along with 6 DVD titles.
The RoSPA stamp of approval demonstrates that the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents believes that our content is of the highest standard in the field.
The newly accredited titles include:
All of these titles are available as part of our standard Open License which can be used on both our Express and Enterprise e-Learning platforms.
To find out which other titles are included in your license and see which already have achieved the RoSPA stamp of approval check out our Course Descriptions Catalogue or follow the link below.
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18th January 2013
success at intersec 2013, Dubai
For the first time this year Safety Media took to the international exhibition stage and had a presence at Intersec 2013 - the leading forum for Safety & Health professionals in the Middle East.
We sent MD Toby Roberts to meet up with our local Regional Manager Myles O'Connor to represent Safety Media e-Learning products and promote our services to businesses across the globe.
Feedback is still being gathered from a jet lagged Toby but Myles has said that it was a "great success and our platform and courses made a huge impact along with our dual language approach." Just another way in which Safety Media like to put the customers needs at the forefront of all that we do.
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