December 18, 2012

What sort of First Aid training does my company need ?

You’re probably aware that it is a requirement for all companies and organisations which employ people to have some sort of first aid arrangement in place, but it’s often hard to know exactly what you should be doing and what arrangements should be in place.

Tags: 1st aid,1st aid at work,appointed person,certificate,course,cpr,fire safety,training,

December 17, 2012

How to make the best use of your Fridge

Here are some tips to make the best use of your fridge to help preserve food for longer.

Tags: "how to",food,food business,food safety,fridge,hygiene,

December 12, 2012

Emergency First Aid Course: a lovely testimonial from one of our trainees !

We, at Carlton Training, are always pleased to receive testimonials. We can’t help but sharing that one with you.  

Tags: 1st aid,1st aid at work,cpr,experience,first aid,testimonial,training,

November 29, 2012

Fire Safety – 5 tips for every workplace

Wherever you work you’ll want to make sure that your workplace is safe so here are 5 tips to help you comply with fire safety and make sure your company complies with the law…

Tags: appointed person,fire safety,fire safety at work,law,regulation,what to do,

November 19, 2012

Food Safety – what do you know about due diligence ?

Due diligence is a defence which the Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2006 allows you to use if you become involved in legal proceedings.


November 15, 2012

8 tips to make the best use of your freezer !

Here are some tips to help you make the best use of your freezer as professionals do in the food industry.

Tags: clean up,food safety,freezer,fridge,hygiene,tips,usage,use,

October 22, 2012

When should I clean my fridge?

If your fridge does not have an ice making or frozen food storage compartment it is probably self defrosting and you will not have to turn the fridge off to give it a clean. but when ?

Tags: cleaning,food,food business,fridge,hygiene,safety,

October 8, 2012

Plasters on children at school

We often hear of cases where teachers and other school staff are told that they cannot put plasters on children at their school – this is wrong.

Tags: 1st aid,certificate,child,children,cpr,emergencies,First Aid Paediatric Course,injuries,Ofsted,security,

October 8, 2012

Nosebleeds at school – do you know what to do ?

Our team of first aid instructors often visit schools to provide training for teachers and other school staff, typically for a group of people on an INSET or training day.

Tags: "how to",children,first aid peadiatric,nosebleed,school,teacher,

October 7, 2012

Level 3 Food Safety Qualification

This Level 3 Supervising Food Safety course covers the aspects of food hygiene and safety which enable candidates to avoid food safety problems areas and to recommend solutions to keep their workplaces safe .

Tags: catering,food,food business,hygiene,level 3,qualification,safety,supervising staff,