Blogs

First Aid Training: 10
Things I Wish I'd Known
Earlier

Chamberlink, 27 November 2017

Before I signed up for a basic course in first aid, I was apprehensive. I didn't know what to expect. Would it be difficult? Would it make me feel uncomfortable? Would I not be able to do some of the components? Would it be boring? Would the skills even be relevant? A lot of questions and concerns went through my mind. But soon after starting the course, those doubts dissipated. These are ten things that I learned and wish I had known earlier, about first aid training.

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7 Things Your Boss Wants to Know about Health and Safety Courses

Chamberlink, 27 November 2017

A boss is a leader, not only in the sense of taking a business forward but also in taking responsibility for the safety and welfare of their staff, as well as, to an extent, the broader community in which their company operates. This necessitates a firm understanding of workplace health and safety regulations. Occupational Health And Safety Courses like those run by the East Rand Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ERCOC) can help employers get up to speed and ensure their place of business meets legal requirements. Here are seven things to note about these courses.

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Political Dissent is not Racism

Chamberlink, 26 November 2017

“Political dissent refers to any expression designed to convey dissatisfaction with or opposition to the policies of a governing body. Such expression may take forms from vocal disagreement to civil disobedience to the use of violence. Historically, repressive governments have sought to punish political dissent”.

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