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Useful advice for parents and childminders....
WHAT HAPPENS TO NAUGHTY SCHOOLBOYS?

There are severe consequences for children who don't follow the rules in school (and outside the premises). Please share this information around to any parents who may benefit...

1. Can schools legally search your child without their consent?

2. Can they force your child to remove clothing during the search?

3. What happens if a school excludes your child from the lessons?

Find out all the answers by following 'The UK Rules': http://www.theukrules.co.uk/rules/children/childcare/schools/problems/discipline-and-exclusions.html

#school #schooldiscipline #schoolexpulsion
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Ever wondered what happens to smashed up vehicles when the Firstaiders have done their job?
Is it the end of the road for your vehicle?

As a responsible driver you must scrap your motor car if it is no longer roadworthy or repairable.

The fine could be £1,000 for not informing the DVLA.

Follow The UK Rules
www.theukrules.co.uk/rules/driving/vehicle-registration/scrapping-your-vehicle.html
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FLY TIPPING LAWS

Fly tipping in the United Kingdom is defined as the illegal discarding or deposit of waste materials and rubbish products on land or water contrary to the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (Section 33).

Fly tippers may be prosecuted for illegally dumping any garbage but typical items that are fly tipped include discarded shopping trolleys, unwanted furniture, rubber tyres, black bin liner bags, hazardous liquid and industrial waste, and construction materials.

Illegal dumping or abandoning waste litter is an offence penalized with imprisonment and fines by district councils.

www.theukrules.co.uk/rules/legal/community/littering/fly-tipping.html
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Easy to install and set up.

It has 'show on lock screen' function which allows police and paramedics to see your emergency information without knowing your password.
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CPR SAVES LIVES

Need we say more?

We love Thai stories with a happy ending :)
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DROWNING BY MUSCLE CRAMP

It sounds absurd but we were shocked how many people drown each year from swimmer cramps and spasms.

Dangers of Leg Cramps While Swimming - Swimmers and snorkelers can suffer intense pain from a leg cramp or calf muscle spasms, usually without any warning, forcing an abrupt halt to in-water activities.

Check out the water safety article....

www.snorkelingpattaya.com/blog/tips/swim-cramps.html
‪#‎swimming‬ ‪#‎snorkeling‬ ‪#‎cramp‬
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CPR TRAINERS - 2015 IMPORTANT UPDATE (ILCOR)

American Heart Association CPR Update

Compression rate is modified

Compression depth for adults is modified

Rescuers must avoid leaning on the chest between compressions

Further information...
http://tinyurl.com/hamn5f9

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Congratulations to the staff at EN World Bangkok.

Their company specialises in recruiting mid-career and managerial candidates in Bangkok across a broad range of industries.

...and thanks to our Thai CPR Trainer (Khun Sas) more than 40 of the staff at EN World enjoyed an afternoon full of fun, knowledge, and hands-on skills practice of emergency care management.

Contact our team if your company would benefit from a few hours of CPR and First Aid Emergency Training.
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December = Fairy Lights and Candles

9% of all House Fires Occur between 8 pm - 9 pm

Smokers' materials causes 37% of all home fires.

Take 5 minutes to read these 10 top tips for Fire Safety for Children.

Kid Friendly Fire Safety Rules - Hot tips and essential advice for parents and child carers showing you the best way to teach children about fire safety. Let's face it - young children learn most by your example - and especially so when they see their parents and guardians being sensible about fire risks (e.g. cooking and using candles).
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