With the inaugural World Braille Day upon us, we take a brief look at Louis Braille's contribution to accessibility for blind people and how it relates to eyesight safety in the workplace.
The 4th January celebrates the inaugural World Braille Day. It falls on the 210th anniversary of the birth of Louis Braille, the revolutionary thinker who adapted the series of… https://www.mohs.co.uk/blog/inaugural-world-braille-day-eyesight-safety-matters/
The strain of flu that arrives in the UK changes every year, making previous flu jabs less effective. Our nurses can come to you to vaccinate your staff with the minimum fuss.
Did you know: "Three quarters of organisations report that minor illness (including colds, flu, stomach upsets, headaches and migraines) is the most common cause of short-term… https://www.mohs.co.uk/blog/protect-employees-aussie-flu/
'Workplace stress' is a phrase frequently used to described the negative elements that can make our places of work unpleasant and difficult environments.
It may surprise many people to know that ‘stress’ is not a recognised psychological condition. The Diagnostic Statistical Manual or DSM as it’s referred to by psychologists and… https://www.mohs.co.uk/blog/workplace-stress-myth-or-reality/
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), produce the Department of Health publication ‘Immunisation against Infectious Disease’ also known as the Green Book. The November 2011 edition advises there appears to be a strong association bet…
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), produce the Department of Health publication ‘Immunisation against Infectious Disease’ also known as the… https://www.mohs.co.uk/blog/mohs-guide-immunisation-against-pneumonia-workers-exposed-welding-fume/