Small Fire Extinguishers: Why should I buy a small fire extinguisher?

Where would I take a small fire extinguisher? There are lots of situations where a small fire extinguisher may be more practical than a standard size fire extinguisher. Over the past year lots of our holiday plans have changed, in 2020 eight out of ten Brits opted to holiday here in the UK: resulting in …

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Self-Assured Signage

Self-Assured Signage: How to Ensure that Your Signs get Noticed. Signage, we encounter it every day. Speed limits on the road, Covid signage in shops, allergy awareness in restaurants and general signage up on the wall at the office. They are a constant presence in our lives, so much so that they often get over-looked, ignored …

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The COVID-19 Vaccine – Simplified

The COVID-19 Vaccine – Simplified

The current main vaccines that are being distributed in the UK are the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine and the AstraZeneca/Oxford Covid- 19 vaccine. Both have been issued with an Emergency Use Listing (EULs) by , marking them as safe to use and efficacious. National regulators then authorised the vaccines to allow them to be manufactured and …

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University of Bath Partnership with Rapid Fire Supplies

Covid-19 impact on studies Both students agreed that the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted their studies although working remotely has had some unexpected positives. Tim commented that, “It is different, it’s more convenient, not doing the commute saves time. People have more time to do zooms with you and things are a lot faster and easier, …

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The difference between an Antibody and Antigen Test

With the different Covid-19 tests currently around there is often confusion about which test does what.  Terminology is often confusing for the non-medical person and understanding the difference between tests can sometimes get complicated.  This is a basic guide that will help to clarify a few of the more common questions.


Alzheimer’s Society report – Worst hit: dementia during coronavirus

We explore the key points from the lastest report ”Worst hit: dementia during coronavirus” from the Alzheimer’s Society, published in September 2020. The full report is available below, along with some useful information about support provided by the Alzheimer’s Society. Summary Above all, The Alzheimer’s Society report covers the harrowing impact that dementia suffers are …

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COVID-19 impact on studies

Coronavirus: Frequently asked questions and useful organisations

Alzheimer’s Society advice and guidence original source here Here are answers to some commonly-asked questions (FAQs) from people affected by dementia, as well as a list of organisations that can provide information and advice during the coronavirus pandemic. Alzheimer’s Society is supporting people affected by dementia through the coronavirus pandemic, and Rapid Fire Supplies has …

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How long does COVID 19 stay on surfaces?

According to PHE, under most circumstances, the amount of infectious virus on any contaminated surfaces is likely to have decreased significantly by 24 hours, and even more so by 48 hours. There is no official confirmation on exactly how long COVID 19 stays on surfaces. The current guidance is an estimate and can vary depending …

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What is dementia?

The word ‘dementia’ describes a set of symptoms that may include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These changes are often small to start with, but for someone with dementia they have become severe enough to affect daily life. A person with dementia may also experience changes in their mood or behaviour. Dementia is …

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