May I take this opportunity to thank obs medics for the wonderful job they did on Monday bringing my mother home from Kettering general hospital when the patient transport refused to. You are a amazing team. I will most definitely use you again. Heart felt thanks once again from my mother and the rest of the family.
OBS Medics LTD have worked very hard to achieve what they have and I have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending their services to anyone. I believe they will operate a safe and dependable service underpinned by strong ethics, a high standard of patient care and integrity at the core.
Feedback from East of England Ambulance Service they said this:
(PTS Manager) Excellent Staff, Professional, Hard working, Caring and a credit to your company.
In these difficult times OBS Medics LTD has ensured resilience and flexible customer service by establishing robust partnerships. One example of this is that we are able to upscale or downscale our ambulance fleet and staff provision in line with changing service user needs
All of our staff trained in
- First Responder Level 3
- Safeguarding Level 2 Adult and Child
- Infection Prevention and Control Level 2
- Moving and handling Level 2
- Fire Marshal Level 2
- Triage for Further Care Advice
This is a minimum staff level you would get attending your events.
The HSE publish a guide, HSE195, which aims to help those who organize events. The event organizer (whether an individual, collective or local authority) has prime responsibility for protecting the health, safety, and welfare of everyone working at, or attending, the event.
The guide can be freely downloaded from http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/priced/hsg195.pdf
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This is aimed at helping parents face their worst nightmare.
A new campaign aims to encourage people to talk about suicide, so no one sees it as a solution to their problems. And you can help others by taking the free 20-minute online Suicide Prevention training.
I hope that you or anybody you know will never need to put this training into practice but just in case…
A friend once told me ‘Some of the best days of your life are yet to come’ – please remember that if you are going through a hard time at the minute.
Good luck and hugs to anyone who needs them!