03 Apr 2018

HSE urges a rethink of off-the-shelf Manual Handing Training Off-the-shelf manual handling training should become a thing of the past, according to new advice released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). What does this mean? Well here at Kaill we have always tailored our training to the work force and their working environment which is what is needed if we are going to reduc...

13 Mar 2018

My notes from the Burns Study Day; During the Burns Study Day all knowledge passed on was from a mix of senior doctors and the Lead Sister in the Burns Unit. This was attended by post-graduate medical students and three others from differing backgrounds including myself. As we know current first aid protocol is; Make the area safe, remove danger Cool the affected area for a min...

02 Oct 2017

Important changes to First Aid Qualifications Important changes to First Aid Qualifications, as of the 1st October 2017 all our First Aid course's have changed over from QCF (Qualifications and Credits Framework) to RQF (Regulated Qualifications Framework). The change has taken place after an industry wide review of the qualifications, the main areas that you will notice is that the ...

12 Jul 2017

The latest update on Adrenaline in Schools and new protocol for choking Please read and pass on; STATEMENT: NEW LEGISLATION ALLOWS “SPARE” EMERGENCY ADRENALINE AUTO-INJECTORS IN SCHOOLS 07 Jul 2017 New legislation was passed in Westminster this week to allow schools in the UK to keep spare adrenaline auto-injectors (AAIs) for emergency use. AAIs deliver a potentially life-...

06 Jun 2017

Health & Safety News Over the last few months we have been out meeting many new people and discussing their Health & Safety. It seems to be the general consensus that may smaller companies and some larger companies believe that Health & Safety at Work doesn't apply to them. After discussions with many of them they have now realised that they do have a legal obligation und...

26 Nov 2016

Jane Hodgson's First Aid Story After a long day at the office Jane Hodgson was on her way home and looking forward to relaxing with a nice cup of tea. Unfortunately, it took some time that evening before she got her cuppa. While driving she noticed that there was a car pulled over at the side of the road and a crowd had started to gather around someone who was lying on the floor. Ja...

27 Sep 2016

The Health & Safety Executive has no released information in regards to blended learning. The HSE accepts that some elements First Aid and be taught via blended/distance learning. The news bulleting from the HSE states; Advice to Employers on the use of Blended/Distance Learning in First Aid Training  Blended learning is an accepted means by which workplace first aid training can...

16 Sep 2016

First aid in schools What's wrong? First aid in schools could be incorporated into any number of subjects taught including sport, science and PSHE (Personal, Social, Health & Economic Education – England only). It could even be demonstrated during assemblies and at after-school clubs. But it is currently a postcode lottery whether a child or young person has the chance to learn t...

22 Aug 2016

New Paediatric First Aid Guidance – Pre-schools, Nurseries and Millie’s Mark Following recent announcements, we are delighted to provide you with some further information about the changes to paediatric first aid training in early years environments and the upcoming launch of Millie’s Mark. As you may be aware, under current legislation pre-schools and nurseries in England are only requi...

08 Aug 2016

An experimental pill could help adults with severe asthma, an early study in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine journal suggests. In the small trial on asthma patients those who were given the drug, known as Fevipiprant, had less inflammation in their airways. And some patients with uncontrolled asthma felt their symptoms improved. Charity Asthma UK said the research showed "massive promi...

15 Jun 2016

IMPORTANT FIRST AID BULLETIN FROM THE HSE   The Health & Safety Executive (HSE) have just released a First Aid bulletin, with three important statements to Training Providers Advice to Employers on the use of Blended Learning in First Aid Training "Blended learning is an accepted means by which workplace first aid training can be delivered. It is important that Employers conduct...

04 May 2016

We are running a First Aid at Work Training Course here in Aylesbury on the       23ed May 2016 - 25th May 2016 Limited spaces available, send us an e-mail and we will do all the paperwork and booking for you.  First Aid at Work Training Course Description It is a requirement of the Health & Safety law that employers should provide a safe and healthy environment for their employees. ...

22 Feb 2016

Mobile Friendly and IQA Qualified   Kaill Training has now got a mobile friendly site, which is great news. we are still working hard to sort out an On-line booking and payments service but this may take us a little bit of time, for which we at Kaill Training apologise for any inconvenience that this may cores. In addition we have also been working in the background gaining IQA qu...

27 Oct 2015

Latest statistics for Great Britain from HSE (2014/15) 1.2 million working people suffering from a work-related illness 2,538 mesothelioma deaths due to past asbestos exposures (2013) 142 workers killed at work 76,000 other injuries to employees reported under RIDDOR 611,000 injuries occurred at work according to the Labour Force Survey 27.3 million working days lost due to work-...

26 Oct 2015

Summary of main changes since the 2010 to the Resuscitation Guidelines Main changes in the 2015 Guidelines are summarised at the beginning of each guideline topic and are listed below. Basic life support and automated external defibrillation Guidelines 2015 highlights the critical importance of the interactions between the emergency medical dispatcher, the bystander who provides CPR a...

12 May 2015

Latest figures released from the HSE have shown that 8 out of 10 companies are not compliant in regards to there First Aid needs. First Aid Regulations 2012 (1981) state that all companies including self-employed must carry out regular First Aid Risk Assessments and provide the correct level of First Aid trained personnel and the correct equipment. Don't be one of those, if your are un...

20 Mar 2015

Training in paediatric first aid will be a legal requirement for nursery staff in England under government plans announced following a baby's death. Nine-month-old Millie Thompson, of Stockport, fatally choked on her lunch at Ramillies Hall School and Nursery in Cheadle Hulme, in October 2012. A review was conducted after an e-petition was set up by Millie's mother Joanne. She said she...

08 Nov 2014

All details have now been released, the old level 2 qualification has now been changed to a level 3, the level 3 qualification can still be completed in two days but you may have to do some pre and post course reading. If you don't need the full qualification but require the basic qualification, which was a level 1 qualification, it has now become a level 2 which can be completed in one ...

10 Jul 2014

The Department of Education has announced that the current Level 2 Paediatric First Aid will be replaced with a new Level 3 qualification, there is still more conformation from the government before it goes live. They have also stated that anyone or any organisation can now deliver the First Aid training but it must be a monitored qualification i.e. On completion of the course you must g...

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