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Across the UK, employers have a duty to protect the safety and health, as far as is reasonably  practicable, of their employees. The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASAWA) lays down wide-ranging duties on employers. Employers must protect the “health, safety and welfare” of all their employees, as well as others on their premises, including temps, casual workers, the self-employed, clients, visitors and the general public. However, these duties are qualified with the words ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’. This means that employers can argue that the costs of a particular safety measure are not justified by the reduction in risk that the measure would produce. But it does not mean they can avoid their responsibilities simply by claiming that they cannot afford improvements.


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The Post Incident Stress Debrief and Psychological First Aid programme is accredited through Highfields Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC) and is available as a 1-2-day course (18 hours) and a 1-5 day course (42h 45mins).

The programme will be delivered by an adult mental health Psychologist who works across the UK as an educator of people in clinical, care and public services settings who has experiences include Post Incident Debriefing for The Scottish Prison Service, Criminal Justice Social Work, Forensic Services and Adult mental health community based services.


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Tidal Training Ltd

Tidal Training Ltd are established providers of healthcare training, clinical training, mental health training and learning disabilty training courses

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