Webinars and replays


Wellness vs Safety (Why You Need Both)



There is a direct connection between safety and wellness, yet most companies treat these as separate factors.

Is it really an arm wrestle between the two? Can they both simply work together for the benefit of employees?

Our wellness can be described as a wheel, and if any of these dimensions are underdeveloped, then the tyre won’t be completely round, with some spikes at the developed sides and pits at the undeveloped spokes, leading to a tyre not rolling well.

The overall health of a workplace includes both the physical and psychological well-being of its workers.


By treating mental health and its psychological component equally with the physical environment, a workplace can support their workers’ overall well-being to benefit of both the employer and employees.

This virtual discussion about wellness and safety will arm you with countless factors to consider. In addition, you will learn skills on how best to deal with wellness and safety and why both are necessary in the workplace.

The key points of this virtual discussion will be:

  • Unpacking Your Wellness Wheel
  • Connection between wellness and safety
  • Managing Risks
  • Managing Wellbeing
  • Mental vs Physical
  • Stress Management
  • The Warning Signs

This virtual discussion is aimed at employers, managers, team leaders, and employees, HR managers and stakeholders involved in health & safety of workplaces.


04 April

VIDEO Clip HHHABC Part 1: https://www.dropbox.com/s/q2212ufnkxolk96/Choking%20Algorithm%20Part%202.mp4?dl=0

It’s difficult to remember what to do in an emergency; first aiders are urged to learn this simple routine: H H H ABC H: Hazards H: Hello H: Help A: Airway B: Breathing C: Circulation

In this short clip extracted from our previous webinar, our speaker, Debbie Winstanley gives us an introduction of the routine by unpacking the first “H”.


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07 April

HHHABC Part 2 – https://www.dropbox.com/s/ccgstfdb6d2ggrf/HHHABC%20Part%202.mp4?dl=0

In this video, we unpack the second H (Hello) from the H H H ABC routine for emergencies.

We say hello to check if the person is awake or unconscious. Ask loudly: Are you OK? If there is no response, tap the shoulder.

In the case of a baby, tap the feet.

Watch this clip for more informative insights.


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11 April

Video: HHABC Part 3 – https://www.dropbox.com/s/4rjv230ej4cf88b/HHHABC%20Part%203.mp4?dl=0

Our next ‘H’ from the H H H ABC routine for emergencies stands for Help.

Call for others around you to help – there may be a doctor or paramedic within shouting distance or call for emergency medical assistance.

Watch today’s clip – from our recent webinar “Emergency Life Saving Tips” to find out more.

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14 April

HHHABC PART 4 – https://www.dropbox.com/s/2nw8ohcycqs64cs/HHHABC%20PART%204.mp4?dl=0

‘A’ from the H H H ABC routine for emergencies stands for Airway.

When performing CPR, Open the airway.

The person will normally be lying on his back. Place two fingers on the forehead and two fingers under the bony part of the chin and gently tilt the head backwards – the “head-tilt chin-lift” method of opening the airway.

Watch this clip for an in-depth explanation.


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19 April

Video: Choking Algorithm history – https://www.dropbox.com/s/q2212ufnkxolk96/Choking%20Algorithm%20Part%202.mp4?dl=0

Do you know about the Choking Algorithm?

This algorithm is designed to relieve choking in adults, children, & infants.

Watch this informative clip for a brief history to keep handy.


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21 April

Video: Choking Algorithm Part 1 – https://www.dropbox.com/s/rtqg5564zfdo8ek/Choking%20Algorith%20Part%201.mp4?dl=0

Choking is a common preventable cause of cardiac arrest.

The correct response for a choking person depends on the degree of airway obstruction, whether the person is responsive or not, and the person’s age.

In this clip, our speaker uses the Choking Algorithm to help you understand the necessary steps to take in case of an emergency.


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25 April

Video: Choking Algorithm Part 2 – https://www.dropbox.com/s/q2212ufnkxolk96/Choking%20Algorithm%20Part%202.mp4?dl=0

What do you do when someone’s airway is blocked?

The first thing you need to remember is that you should NOT try to use your fingers or any other object to try and unblock someone’s airway.

To help with mild choking in an adult or child over one year old, encourage them to keep coughing to clear the blockage.
Ask them to try to spit out the object if it’s in their mouth.
NB: Don’t put your fingers in their mouth to help them as they may bite you accidentally.

Watch this clip for more emergency life saving tips.


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28 April

Video – How to think outside the boundaries. https://www.dropbox.com/s/wnsf01qgs5yblig/How%20to%20Think%20Outside%20of%20Boundaries.mp4?dl=0

Emergencies can be very stressful.

An already stressful situation can be worse when you don’t keep your cool.

Stress affects the body in many ways. With too much stress, the body goes into fight or flight mode by overproducing cortisol—a stress hormone. This hormone can cause the pre-fontal cortex to slow down, making it difficult to think clearly and function effectively.

Essentially, you have less control.

Don’t crumble under pressure.

Watch this short clip as our speaker shares some guidelines on how to better think outside the boundaries you may face during emergencies.


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