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First aid is the crucial initial care provided for illness or injury within the workplace until actual medical treatment can be given, if it is necessary. For that reason you must have the appropriate training before you can administer first aid.

Summary / introduction:
First aid is the crucial initial care provided for illness or injury within the workplace until actual medical treatment can be given, if it is necessary. For that reason you must have the appropriate training before you can administer first aid.

Our three day integrated training and assessment courses in First Aid at Work is available to you if you work in any capacity within industry, and have not attended a recognised first aid course. Our First Aid at Work course ensures that you learn the key techniques in order to administer simple but sometimes life-saving techniques. Once a three day course has been completed you will receive a certificate of training in First Aid at Work.

First aid at work certificates are valid for three years, and a two day requalification course must be carried out within 1 month of expiry. If a certificate goes beyond this, it will be necessary for you to carry out a full first aid at work course.

Entry Requirements:

  • We require a completed enrolment form
  • Copy of suitable ID
  • Payment of the course fee

Course content:

  • Assess situations and carry out appropriate action including informing emergency services.
  • Carry out cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Place a casualty in the recovery position and know when to use this position.
  • Know when and how to use the spinal injury recovery position.
  • Clear obstructed airways.
  • Control severe bleeding
  • Recognise and treat shock.
  • Understand the requirements for a first aid kit and know any changes in first aid at work legislation or guidance.
  • Recognise and treat head injuries.
  • Recognise and treat major illnesses.
  • Deal with burns and scalds.
  • Deal with chemical contamination.
  • Deal with poisons.
  • Recognise and treat sprains, dislocations and fractures.
  • Know when and how to move casualties safely.
  • Recognise and treat other miscellaneous conditions.
  • All of the above in a safe approved manner, with no risk to self or third party.

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