TriEx Newsletter – July 2018

Our July Newsletter is out today!

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World Hepatitis Day 2018

July 28 is World Hepatitis Day. Worldwide 300 million people are living with viral hepatitis and are unaware. Without finding the undiagnosed and linking them to care, millions will continue to suffer.

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Winter Safety

Many of us get complacent during winter months, but the colder weather brings with it additional hazards that we need to be mindful of. It’s easier to get sick and to have accidents in the road. With this in mind we’ve put together some Winter Safety tips to keep in mind over the next few months.

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How’s your mate? Be aware of mental health this Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month. If there’s ever a time as a male to think about your personal health, now is the time to do it. This month we have been discussing men’s health issues and what you can do to improve.

So far we’ve covered three topics for Men’s Health Month:

For our final Men’s Health Month post, we want to talk about Mental Health.

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Occupational Health and Occupational Hygiene – What’s the difference?

Many workplaces monitor the health of their employees by completing a variety of health tests, including lung function and hearing. Others monitor the environment of their workplace, including the atmosphere and noise levels. They all should be doing both. Here’s why.

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Update your skills with a Refresher First Aid Course

To be able to provide a First Aid response to emergency situations, it is essential to have your team trained in First Aid. Refresher First Aid Courses make this even easier.

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When you look down, can you see your toes? Lose some stomach fat for Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month. If there’s ever a time as a male to think about your personal health, now is the time to do it. Over the next month we’ll be discussing men’s health issues and what you can do to improve.

In our first Men’s Health Month post, we talked about why you should get a regular check up with the doctor. Last week we discussed excessive sugar consumption and why you should cut back. This week’s subject is stomach fat.

When you look down, can you see your toes? Or is your stomach fat getting in the way?

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Cut back on the sugar this Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month. If there’s ever a time as a male to think about your personal health, now is the time to do it. Over the next month we’ll be discussing men’s health issues and what you can do to improve.

Last week we talked about why you should get a regular check up with the doctor. This week we’re talking about sugar, and why you should cut down on it.

There is really no benefit to added sugar. It contains no essential nutrients, it’s bad for your teeth and liver, and can contribute to obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

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Get a check-up this Men’s Health Month

June is Men’s Health Month. If there’s ever a time as a male to think about your personal health, now’s the time to do it. Over the next month we’ll be discussing men’s health issues and what you can do to improve.

Men in New Zealand on average live four years less than women, yet they’re far less likely to go to the Doctor if they’re sick, or for an annual check-up.

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Training Calendar June & July 2018

Our latest Training Calendar is out today, which includes upcoming training dates for June & July.

This week we relaunch our Asbestos Awareness Training. If you or your team work in the construction industry, or are likely to interact with asbestos whilst carrying out your work, then you will need to be aware of when and where you could be exposed to asbestos. We have two Asbestos Awareness courses; Asbestos Awareness for Tradespeople which is scheduled for June 26, and Asbestos Awareness for Managers which is scheduled for June 8. You can learn more about both of these courses here.

We continue our Psychological First Aid courses, with one course coming up on Friday June 8, and a second course on July 6. This course is designed to help prepare learners to respond to someone who may be experiencing emotional distress. You can learn more about this course here.

To download your copy of this months training calendar, click here.