Health and Safety

Teesside’s paramedic students take up professional roles

The first cohort of students to complete a unique paramedic degree at Teesside University are now all working in practice. The BSc (Hons) Paramedic Practice...

Open invitation to Tees businesses looking for a home

If you are thinking about starting or growing a business in 2017 you are promised coffee, mince pies and a warm welcome when UK...

Workers working against discrimination

THE UNIONS at Sunderland City Council have joined the management in pledging support to tackle discrimination, bullying, and harassment wherever it occurs. Representatives from trade unions UNISON, GMB,...

New company tackles substance misuse

A North-East company is among the first in the UK to offer employers full training and testing for substance misuse in the workplace.   County Durham-based...

Public asked how to improve urgent care services

  People across Sunderland are being asked to give their views to help shape how local urgent care services are provided NHS Sunderland Clinical Commissioning Group...

North East doctors warn of antibiotics danger

We need to think differently about antibiotics, or face major risks to our health from antibiotic-resistant bacteria – that’s the message from doctors in...

NHS unveils family of ‘plasticine people’ for winter advert campaign

Meet Carol and Eric, part of a new family of ‘plasticine people’ who will be introduced to the North East public for the first...

North Yorkshire begins final phase of bridge reconstruction

North Yorkshire County Council will start the final phase of masonry and widening work on Tadcaster Bridge this week.

Get ready for winter and put your health first

Get ready for the winter and put your health and wellbeing first – that’s the advice coming from North Yorkshire County Council and health professionals across the county.

College team puts best foot forward

SUNDERLAND College leaders are stepping up their game, as they prepare to take part in a walk for a much-loved sensory garden. 

£870k Investment Sees Safety Enhanced in Tees Valley

A not-for-profit organisation that delivers crime and community safety programmes, has received £870,000 investment, spread over 3 years, to develop and improve their activities in the Tees Valley region. The funding comes from the North East Social Investment Fund, managed by Northstar Ventures.

Children can learn the basics of first aid at free summer event

Young people in Bishop Auckland can learn how to respond to an emergency at a free course this month.

How to Avoid Harvesting Hazards

The 2014/2015 Health and Safety Executive ( HSE) figures show that Agriculture is once again one of the most dangerous jobs in the country, and with the risks amplified during harvest season. Taking steps to alleviate risk is crucial to ensuring a smooth summer. While harvest can be a stressful time regardless of how well prepared farmers are, making the right preparations is crucial to ensuring the safety of farm workers and equipment.

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