Emergency First Aid at Work

Overview:

This is a 6 hour course, as recommended by the Health & Safety Executive in the ACOP L74 as the minimum level of training for persons in low to high risk workplace environments

Who Should Attend

Where an employer has made a risk assessment of first aid need and identifies that a first aider is not necessary, but the minimum requirement is to appoint a person to take charge of the first aid arrangements, including looking after the equipment and facilities, and calling the emergency services when required.

Content:                   •       What is First Aid?

•       Emergency First Aid in the Workplace

•       Responsibilities of the Appointed Person

•       Action in an Emergency

•       Primary Assessment

•       Secondary Assessment

•       Breathing and Circulation

•       Principles of Resuscitation

•       Disorders of Respiration

•       Disorders of the Circulation

•       Wounds and Bleeding

•       Other Conditions

Award:                     On successful completion of the course and continual assessment, the delegate will receive nationally recognised First Aid Certificate. This is valid for three years

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Emergency First Aid at Work


Details:

Length: 1 Day


Comments:

Dates are available on request