Meet all your mandatory Duty of Care compliances around Mental Health
*There is an increasing body of clinical evidence that shows that for some, assisting in an OHCA resuscitation attempt may have profound psychological consequences.
"Of those involved in, or witness to, an Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) resuscitation attempt, *13% will suffer severe psychological impact from their exposure to this event."
*Research Data supplied by, Zijlstra, Beesems, De Haan, & Koster
"The legal threshold for a corporate Duty of Care is met, if mental or physical harm can be *‘foreseen’!"
*Lord Atkin, Donoghue v Stevenson 
There are a wide range of events that may cause trauma, some being more prevalent in some sectors, than in others. For instance, there is more chance of staff involvement in, or witness to, physical violence in a pub/club environment, or increasingly in a retail setting, than in an office. Many events that may induce a psychological impression are difficult to foresee, others are predictable, such as for staff involved in a Cardiac Arrest rescue. Surely all must be treated, as needed.