Newsletter July 2019
Health & Safety Courses – RIDICULOUS PRICE!
IOSH Managing Safely
10th – 12th September
£475.00 now reduced to £230.00 for THIS DATE ONLY!
Call us for a competitive quote for in-house delivery for IOSH MS and Working Safely delivery
ALL £35.00 or under online E-learning courses
Buy One Get One Free – Limited Time Only (end of August)
First Aid at Work Courses
4th – 6th September
Emergency First Aid – was £85 now £75
Full First Aid at Work – was £175.00 now £145
Mental Health First Aid Courses
16th & 17th September
1 PLACE LEFT – Call us for a great offer
Buy one place for £250.00 with a second place for £200.00
SEATS Environmental Awareness – £145.00
Buy one get one for £115.00
14th September – Saturday 12th October
SMSTS Day Release
£495 now ONLY £400!!!
25% off your first order – Call 01623 821524
For more details or to make a booking, contact the office on 01623 821516 or firstname.lastname@example.org
FEELING HOT! HOT! HOT!
Finally, summer has arrived and whilst we all want to make the most of the weather, here are a few tips for dealing with Heat exhaustion and heatstroke
Heat exhaustion is not usually serious if you can cool down within 30 minutes. If it turns into heatstroke it needs to be treated as an emergency.
The signs of heat exhaustion include:
- Dizziness and confusion
- Loss of appetite and feeling sick
- Excessive sweating and pale, clammy skin
- Cramps in the arms, legs and stomach
- Fast breathing or pulse
- Temperature of 38C or above
- Being very thirsty
- The symptoms are often the same in adults and children, although children may become floppy and sleepy.
If someone is showing signs of heat exhaustion they need to be cooled down. Here are some things you can do to cool someone down
- Move them to a cool place.
- Get them to lie down and raise their feet slightly.
- Get them to drink plenty of water. Sports or rehydration drinks are OK.
- Cool their skin – spray or sponge them with cool water and fan them. Cold packs around the armpits or neck are good too.
- Stay with them until they are better.
They should start to cool down and feel better within 30 minutes. If not Immediate action is required: Call 999 if the person:
- Is no better after 30 minutes
- Feels hot and dry
- Is not sweating even though they are too hot
- Has a temperature that’s risen to 40C or above
- Has rapid or shortness of breath
- Is confused
- Has a fit (seizure)
- Loses consciousness
- Is unresponsive
These can be signs of heatstroke.
While you wait for help, give first aid and put them in the recovery position if they lose consciousness.
Preventing heat exhaustion and heatstroke
There is a high risk of heat exhaustion or heat stroke during hot weather or exercise.
To help prevent heat exhaustion or heatstroke:
- Drink plenty of cold drinks, especially when exercising
- Take cool baths or showers
- Wear light-coloured, loose clothing
- Sprinkle water over skin or clothes
- Avoid the sun between 11am and 3pm
- Avoid excess alcohol
- Avoid extreme exercise
This will also prevent dehydration and help your body keep itself cool.
Signs of dehydration are visible in your urine. Dark and strong-smelling urine is a clear sign that you need to drink more fluids.
Use the urine colour chart to check for signs of dehydration. Healthy pee is 1-3, 4-8 must hydrate.
If you want to escape the sunshine altogether then why not enrol on one of our many cool courses. The courses are set in a lovely office environment with plenty of cold drinks on hand.
Contact AW Safety Management 01623 821516/821524
Article written by Adrian Kirkby – H&S Consultant for AW Safety Management
Why should you choose AW Safety?
Don’t just take our word for it, see what our customers have to say on our testimonials page.
AW Safety Management are proud sponsors of this local winning Mansfield team
Ben and Tom Birchall have won the prestigious Gold Race at round three of the 2019 FIM Sidecar World Championship. Added to a runner-up finish in the Sprint Race, the Mansfield-based brothers now lie just seven points behind the leaders in the provisional overall championship standings.
It was a hot one at Oschersleben in Germany last weekend, with temperatures reaching well into the 30s. As one of the Birchall’s favourite circuits, the team arrived at the historic track with the goal of winning both races to reclaim the championship lead.
Practice and qualifying went well with the Mitchells of Mansfield supported team setting the pace to ultimately claim pole position with a time 0.3 seconds faster than their rivals. Feeling comfortable on track, Ben and Tom even had chance to make a couple of cooling and bedding in laps during the session such was their pace.
With plans to make up for the Sprint Race result, Birchall Racing made some subtle tweaks to their LCR Yamaha outfit before Sunday’s 21-lap Gold Race. Overnight thunderstorms had cleared the air, leaving the track and conditions more favourable for the main event. Ben and Tom once again got the perfect start and led the pack into the first corner. Similarly, to the first race with all the action going on behind them, Ben was able to manage his pace and stretch his lead ahead of the sidecars jostling for position behind. Crossing the line unchallenged by their rivals, Birchall Racing bagged 25 valuable points, keeping their championship hopes very much alive with three rounds of the series remaining.
CITB Skills & Training Fund - Did You Know???
Did you know that CITB registered SME employers with up to 99 employees can apply for funding of up to £10,000 to cover the cost of their short duration courses? This includes any Site Safety Plus courses that they may purchase from you. Employers can submit one claim every 12 months.
Don’t forget to share this information with your customers, and signpost them to the CITB website for more information: www.citb.co.uk/skillsandtraining
For information on CITB Site Safety Plus courses in
SMSTS, SMSTS-R, SSSTS, SSSTS-R, HSA, SEATS, Achieving Behavioural Safety, Directors
Contact the AW Safety Management team
Tel: 01623 821516/821524
AW Safety Management growth and welcome addition to the team
As AW Safety Management Ltd rapidly approach our 10th Anniversary and look forward to the future it is important to reflect on the recent achievements attained.
On 14th December 2009 Adam Wade -Managing Director – took the plunge to start his own Health and Safety Consultancy. Now a 9-person strong team with plans for further growth very soon. AW Safety are always keen to add talent and expertise to the team, with 6 of the 9 employees all working and living here in Edwinstowe, we are in a fortunate position to promote local jobs in support of our local economy.
With the expansion of our services in addition to H&S Consultancy and Training, we have diversified into providing Portable Appliance Testing, PPE and Fire extinguisher servicing all of which were recently added to our repertoire.
With a firm belief in giving opportunities to young people within the community, AW Safety took the decision to recruit an apprentice to further strengthen its team. As such we would like to welcome Beth Cresswell the latest addition to the AW Safety family who joins us as our first Apprentice Business Development Executive.
We are really excited to welcome Beth into the close-knit team of professionals and introduce her to you. Beth will have account management responsibilities and be promoting our long list of training and E-learning online courses to those existing and potential customers.
Please feel free to have a chat with Beth about training, E-learning or any of our services which have helped service hundreds of long-standing customers over the last 10 years with many more to come.
Pictured above left to right:
Richard Kinnaird, Beth Cresswell and Adam Wade -AWSM MD
Article written by Richard Kinnaird – Business Development Manager – AW Safety Management LTD
NEW SERVICE PRODUCTS!
Are your extinguishers crying out for a service engineer?
Does your current equipment meet safety standards?
AW Safety Management are pleased to announce we are now able to supply and service Fire Extinguishers.
Call us on 01623 821524 for a quote or more details.
Portable Appliance Testing *** NOW AVAILABLE ***
Call the office to arrange all your PAT testing needs, computers, cables, kettles, shredders to arrange a visit from one of our trained technicians.
Testing also available for 110v drills, electric compact breakers, electric saws, concrete mixers.
AW Safety Management
*** ONLINE SHOP ***
AWSM PPE & Workwear catalogues are now available. If any potential or existing clients would like a copy of our catalogue then let us know and we can issue one so you can browse and order at your leisure.
Just ring the office on 01623 821516 with your order details by 2pm for next day delivery.
We’ve expanded our training capacity
We’ve expanded our training capacity
Take a look at our additional 18 seat training room. Contact us for all your H&S training needs. See our “offers of the month” to get the latest on our fantastic training course deals.
Call 01623 821524 or email email@example.com for more details.
2019 Open Course online booking facility is now available.….visit our website www.awsafety.co.uk
*** NEW Stamford Courses ***
7th – 9th * IOSH Managing Safely – 3 days * £350
30th & 31st * Mental Health First Aid * £250
*** Doncaster Courses ***
Wednesday 20th * CITB – SSSTS-Refresher – 1 day * £165.00
28th & 29th * CITB – SSSTS – 2day * £325.00
Mon 11th – Fri 15th * CITB – SMSTS – 5 days * £495.00
*** North Notts Courses ***
Wednesday 21st * SEATS * £145
Wed 4th – Fri 6th * Level 3 EFAW/FAW * 1 or 3 days * £85/£175
10th – 12th * IOSH Managing Safely – 3 days * £230.00 *OFFER*
Mon 16th & Tues 17th * Mental Health First Aid * £250
Saturday – SMSTS Day Release
Consecutive Saturdays 14th Sept – 12th October NOW only £400.00
Tues 8th – Thurs 10th * Level 3 EFAW/FAW – 1/3 days * £85.00/£175.00
Thurs 17th & Fri 18th * Mental Health First Aid * £250 (2nd place £200)