Many people are familiar with RoSPA, otherwise known as the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents. A single moment in time when an accident occurs can be all it takes to change a life forever. Accidents have the potential to occur in all kinds of situations – on the roads, in the home, in playgrounds and in other public places. RoSPA does all it can to highlight the risks in all these areas and many more besides.
It also provides training opportunities in health and safety. These include courses in occupational safety, ones focusing on the driving industry and others that relate to specific workplaces as well. The courses are designed to provide those in occupational safety roles with the skills and knowledge they need to help prevent accidents in their workplaces. Popular courses of this nature include ones offering practical skills, accredited courses and those offering specific qualifications, such as BTEC qualifications at a certain level. Put simply, if there is anything you wish to learn about safety in the workplace to help minimise potential hazards and accidents, this is the place to be.
Preventing as many accidents as possible
Despite the prevalence of outstanding courses such as those provided by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, we all recognise there are instances where the potential to suffer an accident may still arise. Sometimes this happens through no one’s fault, whereas at other times it may have the potential to occur due to the action – or potentially inaction – of another person. Knowledge can vastly reduce these incidents but there will always be situations in every job and area in life where hazards may crop up.
Could Accident Advice Helpline assist you in making a no win, no fee* claim?
Knowing what to do if you have been the victim of an accident can be difficult. However, Accident Advice Helpline wants to make it as easy as possible to find out what you should do next. The ideal move is to call us on our free 24/7 enquiry line on 0800 689 0500 to get no-obligation advice regarding your situation. You can speak to our professional injury compensation lawyers to determine whether you have sufficient evidence of negligence to proceed with a no win, no fee* compensation claim. If you suffered your injury or injuries within the last three years, contact us now for more advice.
Date Published: June 15, 2014
Author: David Brown
Category: Health and safety at work