Jika Anda adalah perusahaan pendidikan online, kemungkinan Anda bersiap untuk masa jeda Anda dan bekerja untuk mendaftarkan siswa ke dalam program Anda. Namun, terkadang sulit untuk memahami dampak iklan Facebook Anda terhadap keseluruhan prospek Anda. Saat melaporkan ke tim Anda, mereka ingin melihat angka dan hasil langsung dari kampanye iklan Facebook Anda. Namun angka-angka itu sulit dipahami di dunia atribusi ini dan Anda tidak ingin menggarisbawahi pentingnya kampanye iklan Facebook Anda. Continue reading
Workplace accidents are in the rise with statistics showing that almost 30% of fatal injuries were caused in construction sites in the year 2010-2011. This sums up to the maximum number of fatalities in industry in the UK. The most dangerous activity is working at heights in construction work. Continue reading
A major accident at Palletways (UK) Ltd involving a forklift operator highlighted the negligence of the management in risk assessment and in providing essential emergency training to personnel.
Mr.Hill, the forklift operator was loading a computer cabinet on to a trailer when he noticed it was wobbling. Hoping to catch it, he jumped down but it toppled forward and caught him on his head, knocking him down. He was bleeding in the head when the depot manager took him along in search of the first aid team whom he did not even know, when he could have left him in the care of his colleagues. Later the first aid unit drove him by car to the hospital without properly assessing the extent of his injuries. Continue reading
Statistics released by HSE for injuries, illnesses and fatalities at workplaces in Britain from April 2010 to March 2011 were published as follows:
• Major injuries including amputations, burns and fractures down from 26,268 in the previous year to 24,726. Rate at 99 workers per hundred thousand Continue reading
New data released by the Federation of Small Business (FSB) states that in the last one-year illness related non-attendance has cost small companies an average of £1,500 each, while for almost 9% it cost not less than £5,000. Pointing to this needless cost affecting the normal functioning and growth of small firms, the FSB has recommended the Government to initiate a relief for them, which can aid them in reclaiming their statutory sick pay (SSP). Continue reading