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Why button batteries are so dangerous

Why button batteries are so dangerous

Why button batteries are so dangerous   Button batteries and lithium coin batteries are the small, round, batteries you find in toys, cards, watches, key fobs, calculators, hearing aids and numerous other everyday objects. They appear to be pretty harmless and...
Electric Shock – how to help

Electric Shock – how to help

Electric Shock – how to help It is extremely difficult to electrocute yourself in a UK socket. However babies have little fingers and have time; hence the importance of electrical socket covers. It is more common that a wire has become damaged and frayed and...
When can children be Home Alone?

When can children be Home Alone?

When can children be Home Alone? The NSPCC have published an excellent article and guidance as to the best way to keep your children safe over the summer. Read the full article here Last year the NSPCC received 453 calls and emails from adults concerned about...
First Aid at Work – new guidance from HSE

First Aid at Work – new guidance from HSE

First Aid at Work – new guidance from HSE The information relating to First Aid at Work is contained in the following document: First Aid at Work The Health and Safety Regulations 1981 (updated 2015 – with a helpful guidance chart on page 33) and these...
9 top tips for happy, healthy holidays

9 top tips for happy, healthy holidays

9 Top tips for happy, healthy holidays Accidents and illnesses can happen anywhere, but are often more challenging when on holiday. Advanced packing and basic precautions will enable you to confidently help should things go awry. It is particularly important when...

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