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Legislation - First aid at work In the event of injury or sudden illness, failure to provide first aid could result in a casualty’s death. The employer should ensure that an employee who is injured or taken ill at work receives immediate attention. HSE will prosecute in cases where there is a significant risk, a disregard for established standards or persistent poor compliance with the law. More information can be found in HSE's Enforcement Policy Statement

The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) Skip to main navigation Skip to content Accessibility | Text size: A A A | Display: Default / High contrast | Text only Newsroom FAQs Contact us Vacancies How to be “Stealth” Homeless “There, but for the grace of God, go I” goes the old canard, usually in reference to a disheveled homeless person, dressed in rags sitting on a street corner begging for change and smelling of b.o. What you are seeing is the result not of homelessness, per se, but dysfunctionality in general, due to substance abuse, mental illness and a host of other contributing factors. You may see homeless people everyday and never suspect them. Conversely, that panhandler on the street corner may not be homeless at all.

Henley Business School - University of Reading About us Established in 2000, the Henley Forum (previously known as Henley KM Forum) brings together business practitioners, industry thought-leaders and experts/academics to help organisations tackle the new challenges presented by the knowledge economy. The ongoing programme of workshops, seminars, discussion groups and highly focussed research projects spans key issues affecting most organisations today. Henley Forum Events Belkin Conserve Smart AV Surge Protector Saves Energy Automatically Your household electronics are trying to destroy the environment. Chances are, right now, dozens of them are currently guzzling down loads of energy in standby mode. This isn't good, but the Belkin Conserve Smart AV is here to help you save the world and maybe even help you save a few bucks on your electric bill in the process. The concept behind the Belkin Conserve Smart AV is as elegant as it is simple.

Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 – legislation explained The Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974 (also referred to as HSWA, the HSW Act, the 1974 Act or HASAWA) is the primary piece of legislation covering occupational health and safety in Great Britain. The Health and Safety Executive, with local authorities (and other enforcing authorities) is responsible for enforcing the Act and a number of other Acts and Statutory Instruments relevant to the working environment. The full text of the Act (as amended) is available at School Matters - Information for Teachers This site has been designed for use as a cross-curricular ICT tool for Key Stages 1, 2 and 3. Through a series of fun, interactive games and activities, children will learn about different food-related issues: food safety, diet and nutrition, farm to fork and food technology. Activities can be used on individual PCs or interactive whiteboard in a variety of lessons, including science, geography, PSHE and citizenship and design technology. There are also a number of tried-and-tested lesson plans, as well as activity sheets, ideal for homework or extension work. The site content is based around the Food Standards Agency recommended key stage competencies and all content is checked for accuracy by both the FSA and an independent educational consultant.

Tamped Earth Floors Unstabilized Earthen Floor Using Road Base by Frank Meyer [Note: This technique by Frank Meyer is a alternate method for making earthen floors. Tamped earth floors dry much faster than poured adobe and also cracks less.] How to recover a file accidentally deleted When you delete a file in Windows, all that actually happens is the directory entry and the allocation data for it get removed. The file itself doesn't physicallly go anywhere. This means it's very easy to retrieve, although the quicker you act the better your chances will be of a successful recovery. The more you use your computer, the greater the risk that your deleted file will get overwritten by new data, making it much harder to retrieve. And whatever you do, don't defrag your hard disk!

Ptlls assignments This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. Some of these cookies are essential to make our site work and others help us to improve by giving us some insight into how the site is being used. These cookies are set when you submit a form, login or interact with the site by doing something that goes beyond clicking some simple links. We also use some non-essential cookies to anonymously track visitors or enhance your experience of this site. Read more about our privacy policy. 3 DIY wines you can make at home When you think of wine, more than likely you immediately think of the juice of fermented grapes, but excellent quality wine can be made from other ingredients including blackberries, plums, rose hips, cereals, flower petals — even root vegetables. While these wines may not be too common on the shelves of your local wine shop, the beauty of home winemaking is that the sky’s the limit. You don’t have to be a master vintner or have a house full of expensive equipment to make wine. Here are three simple, all-natural recipes using strawberries, elderberries and dandelion blossoms. Use recycled wine bottles and local, organic ingredients for truly green homemade wine. 1.

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Operating from within the National Archives, the Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI) is at the heart of information policy, setting standards, delivering access and encouraging the re-use of public sector information. OPSI provides a wide range of services to the public, information industry, government and the wider public sector relating to finding, using, sharing and trading information. The merger of OPSI with the National Archives in October 2006 enables the combined organisation to provide strong and coherent leadership for the development of information policy across government and the wider public sector. Legislation on this website is available as enacted in its original format and as revised text. Legislation published within the last two weeks and details about Acts awaiting Royal Assent can be easily found on the New legislation pages. by ianaldc Mar 29

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