You Must Take Extra Precautions Where Someone is More Susceptible To Injury
Following on from the video I did yesterday (‘What Do I Do As A Trainer If I Believe a Learner is Not Fit Enough To Undertake the Training?’) I’ve been sent some information by a good friend of mine who is also a very competent and highly qualified Health & Safety Professional that adds additional value to what I put out yesterday.
The information relates to the case of Paris v Stepney Borough Council (1951) AC 367, and the House of Lords ruling in this case from the was that if an employer knows of a condition in an employee which makes that employee more susceptible to injury or makes the consequences of injury more severe than usual, he must take extra precautions.
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Also, if you are thinking of training with us, these are matters we cover in our Restraint and Self-Defence Instructor Award Courses, and once you have trained with us we also provide you with the necessary paperwork too.
PS: If you are interested you can find out more about our BTEC Level 3 Restraint Instructor Award Course here – https://nfps.info/physical-intervention-trainer-course/ – and our BTEC Level 3 Self-Defence Instructor Award Course here – https://nfps.info/self-defence-trainer/