Welcome to NASHiCS

 

Striving to promote excellence of safety and health in care services.

Pepper attended the National Conference 2019

* Our website is here to help you with health & safety matters in the care sector.

If you have a question or need advice, start by taking a look at our documents or if  a member, use our discussion forum.

* Find guidance and information on topics such as Fire Safety, Restraint, Manual Handling, Scalding, First-Aid, Risk Assessment, Care Plans and much more.
* Look at details of our dedicated events you can attend to network with colleagues in the care sector helping raise the profile of health and safety If not a member, join today, and be part of our growing UK membership.

Chris Jackson, National Chair
See the NASHiCS   Video                2019 National Chair report


The National Officers and Members of the National Executive wish you a Happy Christmas and a Healthy New Year for 2020.


Flu vaccinations for people with learning disabilities.

GP surgeries should give a clear message that people with learning disabilities, their family carers and paid supporters are   entitled to a free flu vaccination.
People on the learning disability register should have it recorded in their notes that they “need a flu immunisation” – there is a specific Read code for this.
Talk to people at their annual health check about why it is important that … Details


Further Safety Award for Best Practice.

A further award was made at the National Conference for Best Practice.
Highly Commended to  Yorkare Care Homes.
The formal presentation was made by Chris Jackson (National Chair ) at  Magdalen Park to present Ivy (Resident), Nicole (Registered Manager), Laura (Residential Care Manager) & Jonathan (Operations Director) with the award.
Photo of the presentation may be seen at the top right  of this page.

Visit us at the  NASHiCS stand D931

National Executive members are speaking at the Expo.


The HSE is looking for nominations for the HSE  2019 musculoskeletal disorders ‘risk reduction through design’ awards.

No design solution is too small – small scale/low cost solutions are just as welcome as the large scale/high cost design solutions.HSE’s ‘Risk-reduction through design’ Award The ‘Risk-reduction through design’ Award is sponsored by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors (CIEHF). More information details


Additional Guidance to Fire Safety Risk Assessment Residential Care Premises.

More information and Document Download


 e-News issue 101 (November 2019) available for members

Next issue 102 due January 2020.
The latest issue of the e-News for members only is available under News

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