Hackitt Report & Fire safety Act 2021 – What Could This Mean for Your Care Home?
After the Grenfell Fire Disaster in 2017 the Hackitt Report was set up and released to ensure such tragic events would not happen again. The main intention of the review was to layout improved building regulations – particularly in high rises & multi-occupancy buildings, and to provide assurances to homeowners that their property was safe.
The report put the responsibility on developers and building owners to properly communicate to residents all the safety measures and strategies of the occupied building. It also heaped pressure on the building sector to tidy up regulations and to properly define the responsibilities of key individuals in
Creating a comprehensive NHS Furniture Product Range is one of Renray Healthcare’s proudest achievements. It is both an essential service and a huge honour to supply healthcare furniture, as the
Natasha’s Law Explained: PPDS Food Labelling
Natasha’s Law will come into effect on 1st October this year. This new law obliges all food businesses to label a full list of ingredients and
In September 2019, NHS Shared Business Services launched the Design, Furniture and Appliances Framework to allow public sector organisations to procure through an online NHS supplier portal. To view l
As you get older, it’s important to keep care home essentials somewhere close by. The location that you choose, not only needs to be familiar and safe but also private and especially secure. Thi
Ten considerations for creating a dementia friendly home
Alzheimer’s progressively erodes memory and other brain functions. Talking about Alzheimer’s and dementia helps reduce the stigma
Mental Health in Care Home Facilities
Care homes managers have a pivotal role in maintaining and improving the well-being of residents that includes their mental health. The progress made in society
Planning day trips and outings is a wonderful way to enhance the quality of life for seniors, especially if they’re a care home resident. Being able to experience different surroundings beyond t