NEU help and advice pages comprise FAQs and other guidance which address common employment workplace issues and are entirely problem focused.

They are not intended as a substitute for telephone or face-to-face advice, but are additional to the support provided by school and college reps, districts, regional offices and our offices in Wales and Northern Ireland.

If you require more detailed advice, or are unable to find the answers you are looking for, contact Adviceline.



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Fire safety

  • Every year, many schools are damaged or destroyed by fires, affecting the education of thousands of pupils, and causing millions of pounds worth of damage. The impact of fires is significantly reduced by fitting sprinklers in schools.


First aid

  • Advice on what to do when reporting accidents and injuries which happen in schools.

  • Advice for teachers and support staff on the administration of medicines

  • Guidance on what asthma is, what can trigger it, and how to support pupils at risk

  • NEU guidance on the law and practical advice on electrical safety in schools

  • Advice on the procedures for dealing with emergencies in schools.

  • Advice on how to deal with epilepsy and seizures in schools, including how to recognise when a pupil might be having a seizure.

  • Advice on the requirements for first aid provision in schools

  • Advice on what precautions to take when a case of viral hepatitis arises in a school or where a known carrier of the disease is a pupil in the school.
  • How to reduce the incidence of accidents and injuries in schools due to slips, trips and falls.


Funding

  • Find out how to put pressure on MPs and Ministers to tackle the post-16 funding crisis.


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Fire safety

  • Every year, many schools are damaged or destroyed by fires, affecting the education of thousands of pupils, and causing millions of pounds worth of damage. The impact of fires is significantly reduced by fitting sprinklers in schools.


First aid

  • Advice on what to do when reporting accidents and injuries which happen in schools.

  • Advice for teachers and support staff on the administration of medicines

  • Guidance on what asthma is, what can trigger it, and how to support pupils at risk

  • NEU guidance on the law and practical advice on electrical safety in schools

  • Advice on the procedures for dealing with emergencies in schools.

  • Advice on how to deal with epilepsy and seizures in schools, including how to recognise when a pupil might be having a seizure.

  • Advice on the requirements for first aid provision in schools

  • Advice on what precautions to take when a case of viral hepatitis arises in a school or where a known carrier of the disease is a pupil in the school.
  • How to reduce the incidence of accidents and injuries in schools due to slips, trips and falls.


Funding

  • Find out how to put pressure on MPs and Ministers to tackle the post-16 funding crisis.