It is the legal duty of employers to have adequate first aid procedures in place. As stated by the UK Government Health and Safety Executive (HSE), this includes an obligation to assess risks and to take appropriate action to control the risks, and to also provide suitable facilities and safety equipment. As well as having a fully stocked first aid kit, businesses also need to have appointed first aiders who are trained in helping…See More
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