And the award for the best tie of the night... didn't go to chairman Andrew Haigh: Deadline September 6
It's his last Celebrating Success and we bet our chairman Andrew Haigh's search for the perfect party tie is already underway! (pictured are some of his best efforts down the years) Andrew will be back co-hosting at our gala night on December 6 with CEO Owen Williams and to be in with a chance you've got less than a month to get your entries in. read more
Firefighters preventing falls with help from Claire Fallon.
One of our Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, Support and Independence Team members Claire Fallon delivered training on falls prevention to fire crews at Todmorden and Halifax. Community Therapy Services and firefighters are now joining forces to prevent falls in the home. read more
Eye department's stunning new kids' room.
Our children's waiting area in ophthalmology at CRH is so popular they don't want to watch DVDs anymore - they're having such a good time playing. And you can see why after a fab makeover.! Staff raised money for the transformation and the wall and window décor has been kindly donated by Signs by Design. read more
Quarterly Staff Friends and Family test (FFT) arriving in inboxes on Monday
Our latest and simple two-question Staff Friends and Family test will be sent by email to all colleagues next Monday (August 14). read more
Information Governance eLearning changes
The Information Governance course has been replaced with a course called Data Security Awareness – level 1. Although the name of the course has changed, colleagues will still see it in their competency pane as Information Governance. read more
Bite-sized learning - our moving and handling guidelines
This week we focus on the importance of our Moving and Handling guidance after a colleague was injured moving a trauma table. Following the TILE risk assessment is an important part of this and is also covered along with lots more information in our mandatory eLearning module. read more