These days there is loads of technology available that people are using (often with help from relatives) to stay independent, safe and well. Take a look at the examples below for some inspiration.
Landlords have a legal obligation to make sure that the risk posed by fire is managed and that safety measures are in place to reduce the risk. Council officers carrying out risk based inspections under the HHSRS must consider fire safety as part of the overall assessment of property standards and you will be expected to do all that is reasonable in the interests of safety. Specific regulations apply in addition to a risk based approach which are detailed in this page.
Key public health messages on staying safe in the sun
First Aid techniques that are specific to infants aged 0 to 1, and children aged from 1 year old to the onset of puberty.
This one-day training course (previously called appointed persons) will help you meet your regulatory requirements if your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace.
A list of all the training courses that Doncaster Corporate Health & Safety Training Team provide for members of the public. Course dates below:
We recognise that most landlords fully understand their obligations to keep electrical installations in repair and good working order and that most already undertake regular electrical safety checks. Regulations are now in force requiring that landlords have the electrical installation at their properties checked at least once every five years.
Doncaster Council highways maintenance policies and strategies.
The Community Safety Team work to improve communities across Doncaster. The team works alongside the police, fire authority, NHS, and voluntary sector as part of the Safer Stronger Doncaster Partnership.
Alley gates are large gates installed in residential and commercial areas to restrict access to alleys and rear of properties in order to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour.