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World Cancer Day 2020

World Cancer Day is a global event which aims to raise awareness and encourage people to take action. World Cancer Day is a global event which aims to raise awareness and provide invaluable information about …


Organ Donation Week 2019

It is Organ Donation Week 2019 (2nd-8th September), which aims to raise awareness of the importance of talking to loved ones about organ donation to help save lives. Organ Donation Week (2nd-8th September 2019) aims …


Dry January

Many of us will start the new year eating healthier, doing more exercise and cutting out alcohol. Why not give Dry January a try? January is often a time of reflection and reassessment of our …


Ageing workforce continues to be an at-risk group

Latest figures from the Health & Safety Executive highlight the importance of protecting workers’ safety, particularly those aged 60 or older. Latest figures from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) have revealed that 147 people …


Health Information Week 2019

As part of Health Information Week 2019 we are providing health tips, information and and advice. Exercise Exercise doesn’t have to be hardcore. Daily walks, taking the stairs (rather than lift), dancing to a YouTube …


Benefits of an Occupational Health Programme

Organisations have a legal duty to look after employees whilst they are at work and there are many benefits from investing in their health, safety wellbeing. Employees are arguably the most important asset of an …


Workplace stress – a myth or reality

‘Workplace stress’ is a phrase frequently used to described the negative elements that can make our places of work unpleasant and difficult environments. It may surprise many people to know that ‘stress’ is not a …


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