How To Manage a Prolonged Restraint and Reduce The Risk of a Serious Injury or Death

Prolonged restraint and prolonged struggling is a factor during restraint that can increase the risk of death, yet there are still restraints that go on for many hours, yet managers in many public and private sector companies either fail to, or refuse to, consider the use of restraint equipment that could help reduce the time that restraint goes on for. This could leave them open to charges of Corporate Manslaughter and even for breaches of Human Rights Legislation. To find out why, watch the short video below by clicking on the picture or the link below the picture.

Prolonged Restraint

http://www.nfps.info/_blog/NFPS_Blog/post/How_To_Manage_a_Prolonged_Restraint_and_How_To_Reduce_The_Risk_of_a_Serious_Injury_or_Death/

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I am the Director and National Coach Tutor of NFPS Ltd., a specialist provider of Conflict Risk Management Consultancy and Training with specific expertise in Physical Restraint, Breakaway and Self-Defence. In addition to providing training, advice, consultancy and guidance on the physiological aspects mentioned above, we also provide training in NLP, Hypnosis and Meditation as these skills combined provide a holistic way to improve our psychology. By helping people improve both, their physiology and their psychology, we provide a complete and holistic approach to training and development.

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Posted in Corporate Manslaughter, Physical Intervention, Positional Asphyxia, Reasonable Force

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