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RIDDOR reporting of COVID-19

You must only make a report under RIDDOR (The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) when: 

Welsh plastics company which works with global brands now making ventilators and coronavirus (COVID-19) testing kits

Performance Masterbatches Ltd in Blaenau Gwent, which makes the colour for the Nescafe Gold Blend lids and also counts Nissan, Jaguar Land Rover and Honda among its customers, has invested in new processes to help address the coronavirus pandemic, with aroun

South Wales Police are appealing on behalf of the Coroner to find the next of kin for Raymond Davies

South Wales Police are appealing on behalf of the Coroner to find the next of kin for Raymond Davies who died in non-suspicious circumstances on 30 March, 2020.

RCT Events Cancelled

As the coronavirus national health emergency continues, the Council has taken the decision to extend the cancellation of all Authority-run events up to and including the month of September.

THE Welsh Ambulance Service plea for public to stop calling 999 for Covid-19 tests and check-ups

THE Welsh Ambulance Service is appealing to the public not to call 999 for a Coronavirus test.

Some patients have been demanding that paramedics perform an on-the-spot test to rule out the virus, according to feedback from crews.

#MovingToBigSchool project with young people

The Council is asking Year 7 and 8 pupils to get creative and help current Year 6 pupils who lost their final term in primary school to feel confident and excited about #MovingToBigSchool this September. 

Virtual Photo Exhibition About the Homeless World Cup Cynon Valley Museum

Abacare offers care job interviews by FaceTime during Coronavirus restrictions

AN AWARD-WINNING Welsh homecare provider is offering virtual interviews to people currently out of work due to Coronavirus restrictions to help reduce the need for them to leave their homes unnecessarily (April, 2020).


Clinical Haematology Service moving off PCH and RGH sites

In order to increase capacity on the major sites and better protect our patients, the Clinical Haematology Services from Prince Charles Hospital and Royal Glamorgan Hospital (Day Units and OPD) will be moving temporarily to a new area.