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Design supply installation inspection and stage engineering of stages and sets, including lifts, hoists, trussing, rigging and stage equipment inspectionhttp://safestageservices.com

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Securicare News – Assaults on Mental Health Staff Up by 25%

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SecuriCares Risk Manager Lee Hollins, “The figures are troubling, but we need to see past terms like ‘assault’, ‘aggression’ and ‘violence’. We need to view this as the manifestation of distress or of need. The prevailing view is that challenging behaviour is a form of communication. The person is trying to tell us something. There is something they need or something they wish to avoid because it is causing anxiety, distress, confusion or even pain. We need to understand what is causing these behaviours in order that we might restructure care and support with a view to eliminating the need to engage in such risky and potentially dangerous communication strategies…”

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Securicare News – Assaults on Mental Health Staff Up by 25%

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There were more than 42,000 reported attacks on mental health staff in 2016-17. Securicare discusses how to respond effectively to such challenging behaviour. An increase of 25% from 4 years previously. SecuriCares Risk Manager Lee Hollins, “The figures are troubling, but we need to see past terms like ‘assault’, ‘aggression’ and ‘violence’. We need to […]

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Freesat & Freeview vs Paid Services

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How many channels do you watch on SKY TV and Virgin Media check out Aerial Waves Freesat & Freeview services.http://www.cascade-technologies.co.uk/freesat-freeview-free-sky-tv/

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New Website for Stone Dam Mill | Digital Renovators

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Digital Renovators Halifax web design company launch new site for Stone Dam Millhttps://digitalrenovators.com/new-website-for-stone-dam-mill/

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Securicare News – Six Police Cleared Over Hospital Restraint Death

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Six police officers involved in the death of a man subjected to “excessive” and prolonged restraint have been cleared of wrongdoing over his death Securicare call for risks to be openly discussed.

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Liz Ward of VIRTUOSO LEGAL Attends The Queens Awards for Enterprise Dinner

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Liz Ward, of Virtuoso Legal – Intellectual Property experts – attended The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise dinner this month – meeting HRH Princess Royal, Anne and some of the country’s booming businesses.http://virtuosolegal.com/news-publications/liz-ward-the-queens-awards/

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Securicare News – Why is the CQC cracking down on restraint use?

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It seems that CQC inspectors are concerned that there is ‘great variation’ in how frequently staff physically restrain patients whose behaviour they find challenging. SecuriCare discuss.

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The bad behaviours driving Brisbane train passengers nuts

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It’s official — train passengers who put their feet on the seat, people who bring their bicycles aboard peak-hour services and those who don’t give up priority seating for those in need are the most annoying commuters to deal with.

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