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New Fogging Sanitizing Machine kills 99.9% of all airborne pathogens


We’ve added an extra layer of protection for our customers Our handheld Disinfectant Fogger kills 99.9% of airborne pathogens while disinfectant wraps around surfaces in an even coverage. These disinfectant particles envelope all surfaces as well as vertical and underneath tables, chairs etc. The Disinfectant Fogger is the best way to sterilize an area in a quick and efficient process and is suitable for use in any size classroom, even in high foot traffic areas, adding and assuring our customers have an extra layer of protect while attending vital training classes. #Covid […]

New Fogging Sanitizing Machine kills 99.9% of all airborne pathogens2021-01-19T11:06:49+00:00

Hospitals see record Covid cases for third day


Hospitals could see 2,500 Covid cases as record set for third day There are a record number of Covid-19 patients being treated in hospitals for the third day in a row. This morning, there are 1,151 people with the virus in Irish hospitals with 104 admitted in the last 24 hours. It is a 12% increase on yesterday’s total and is a rise of 126% on last Friday. The figure includes 101 people in ICU which is the first time the number has risen above 100 since April. In the past 24 hours, 18 people with [...]

Hospitals see record Covid cases for third day2021-01-08T14:00:05+00:00

Women and Stroke


“It had been a perfectly normal morning in April 2013” … Kay Howley Right up to the point Kay turned to say something to her colleague, who’d just come back from a coffee break. “She didn’t hear me, but suddenly I realised my words sounded weird, slurred. I went into the back office where we had a mirror. I looked fine. I repeated the exact same words, but they didn’t come out right.” Her heart racing, Kay — who’d celebrated her 40th birthday three months earlier — ran to her manager. “I tried to explain to [...]

Women and Stroke2021-01-05T09:36:25+00:00

CPR Saves Sligo Woman


“I’m able to lead a very active life with my children because of CPR” … Rosaleen Walsh Rosaleen Walsh from Ballymote, Co Sligo, is alive today thanks to the lifesaving skills of Jeanette Gray and Therese O’Grady. In 2016, Rosaleen suffered a cardiac arrest while taking part in a charity cycle in Westport. Luckily fellow cyclist Jeanette, shortly followed by Therese, arrived and performed CPR until an air ambulance arrived. Recalling the event, Rosaleen said, “It was a lovely morning and I felt great, but after cycling 20km, I felt very tired and then had overwhelming [...]

CPR Saves Sligo Woman2020-12-10T20:48:12+00:00

Stroke, when minutes matter


The Irish Heart Foundation’s new F.A.S.T. campaign raises awareness of the signs of stroke and importance of getting urgent medical attention Almost half of Irish people would not call an ambulance immediately if they suffered a stroke, a worrying new survey has revealed. The survey of more than 1,000 Irish people commissioned by the Irish Heart Foundation and the Government of Ireland, shows that just 55 per cent of those surveyed would dial 999 or 112 immediately if they suffered a stroke despite the fact that stroke is a medical emergency. The Ipsos MRBI survey of [...]

Stroke, when minutes matter2020-11-24T20:35:29+00:00

Covid-19 Return to Work


Return to Work Safely Induction: This course has been developed to help you to understand the Return to Work Safely (RTWS) Protocol requirements for returning to work safely. One of these requirements is that workers must complete induction training. Your employer will provide additional information, advice and training on COVID-19 measures in your workplace, including an outline of their COVID-19 Response Plan, and points of contact for addressing COVID-related matters during work. This course has been designed to help you to understand the Protocol requirements for returning to work.  It is a requirement of the Protocol that workers must complete [...]

Covid-19 Return to Work2020-11-16T16:44:19+00:00

Whatever you’re facing, a Samaritan will face it with you


Every seven seconds, Samaritans answer a call for help. We’re here, day or night, for anyone who’s struggling to cope, who needs someone to listen without judgement or pressure. Samaritans is not only for the moment of crisis, we’re taking action to prevent the crisis. We give people ways to cope and the skills to be there for others. And we encourage, promote and celebrate those moments of connection between people that can save lives. We offer listening and support to people and communities in times of need. In prisons, schools, hospitals and on the rail network, Samaritans are working [...]

Whatever you’re facing, a Samaritan will face it with you2020-11-09T15:10:29+00:00

The many varied voices in your teenagers head


The many varied voices in your teenagers head After 8 years of working with teenagers (male and female) Eileen Haly of Jump Start Your Confidence has put together a few thoughts for parents from the teenagers perspective. Many of these thoughts we may not think about but we do need to. There are many stressors in parenting teenagers today but there are many ways to make this experience a more positive one for the parent and the teenager. There will never be anyone more important than you in your teenagers life (not always visible!) but it is true. Think of [...]

The many varied voices in your teenagers head2020-10-28T17:14:51+00:00

Cardiac First Responder Groups


Are you a Cardiac First Responder? Would you like to be? A Cardiac First Responder (CFR) is a person trained to a minimum level of basic life support in CPR and the use of an AED/defibrillator, who attends an actual or potentially life threatening emergency such as a cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke or choking. Rural areas and ambulance response times In rural areas around Ireland an ambulance may need to travel a long distance to assist someone suffering from a cardiac or respiratory arrest, ineffective breathing or choking. In such instances  time is crucial, that is why the HSE [...]

Cardiac First Responder Groups2020-10-27T10:43:16+00:00

Turners Cross Community offering free CPR training


Turners Cross Community are offering FREE Certified Irish Heart Foundation CPR & Defibrillator (AED Heartsaver) training to their community Joe Curtin and his team at Turners Cross Community are seeking people who work or live in the Turners Cross area to nominate themselves to be trained to learn CPR use a Defibrillator. Joe said that "We hope that local group leaders, residents and community members will avail of this opportunity for FREE Life Saving training.  Depending on the take-up several dates will be considered and are to still be finalised. If you or someone you know is interested, please email [...]

Turners Cross Community offering free CPR training2020-10-16T13:31:53+01:00
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