Trainer Stress

Having been a nurse for many, many years, I have met people from all walks of life and during this time I have had to deal with all sorts of problems. Although this has helped me with my job as a Senior Moving and Handling Consultant I still have what I call my bugbears. These […]

Christmas Is Coming!

Oh, how I love the Christmas period. If you were to ask anyone who knows me, they may say I’m slightly obsessed! I’m the equivalent of a Bridezilla when it comes to Christmas preparation. There will be some of you out there who will understand where I am coming from and some of you will […]

Who Suffers When Someone Hurts Their Back? (Part 1)

Have you ever been asked what’s important in your life? What would you say? Maybe you would say, Myself, Health, Family, Money, Social Life, Work, Friends. Who knows the list is endless? If I was asked, I would say my family; but what is important to one person may not be as important to someone […]

Being a Moving & Handling Consultant

Hello again – if you are on this site for the first time today, check out my last blog Becoming A Moving & Handling Consultant. Started my first month here a Salveo January 2017 and spent the first month shadowing the lovely Wendy Attew, Senior Moving & Handling Consultant. As you may already know (if you […]

Becoming a Moving & Handling Consultant

If anyone had told me 12 years ago, that I would end up teaching, training or presenting in front of strangers I would have laughed. I was brought up in an Asian/Indian family which meant I had to do as I was told and become a dutiful wife to a husband that my parents would […]

Oh, My Back!

Have you ever experienced back pain? Do you know why you experienced back pain? Could it have been prevented? If asked, most people would answer that they have experienced back pain at some point in their lives, with some saying the discomfort was mild and others saying that the problem was severe. Back pain can […]

How to get the best out of injured or sick employees

Your employees are your most valuable asset. Sadly, it is a fact of life that your workers will sometimes suffer illness or disability which will keep them from work for varying amounts of time. Research shows that the longer a worker stays away from work on sickness absence, the less likely it is that she […]

One Thing You Must Know About Risk in an Ailing Economy

What you are about to read may upset what you have always accepted as the truth, without asking questions.   If you have a job in risk management, you would have heard the phrase ‘reasonable practicable’. This is the term that risk professionals use to describe the need to balance the resources (time, money and […]