Emergency First Aid at Work
Emergency First Aid at Work provides delegates with an extensive first aid skillset so that they can identify incidents and manage them appropriately, whether the patient is conscious or unconscious. The course is designed to be beneficial to all employees, fulfilling recommendations underlined by the HSE and ensuring that all workplaces have a designated first aider to protect against accidents.
Who should attend?
This Emergency First Aid at Work course is designed to teach those interested in emergency first aid and nominated first aiders working in low-risk environments.
Aims and objectives of the course:
The aim of this course is to cover several lifesaving techniques for basic level first aid.
Throughout the course, the following topics will be introduced, explained or demonostrated to the delegates:
The basic role of the first aider in the workplace.
Health and Safety First Aid Regulations.
Treating and caring for casualties.
CPR and other life-saving techniques.
Handling bleeding casualties.
Treating Seizures (For Adults) Shock and fainting.
Dealing with unconscious casualties.
CPR (On Adults only).
Treating unconscious casualties.
Throughout the course there is a constant assessment by the instructor who will ask questions about what he has covered in the course, some may be theoretical and some may be practical. At the end of the course, there is a 30-question, multiple-choice paper to be completed by all delegates. A pass mark of 72% is set for all delegates. Once these papers are marked and delegates passed then they will proceed to a 15-minute practical assessment.
All delegates that succeed with the course will receive an A4 certificate of attendance this will be valid for 3 years.
the following are frequently asked questions about the Emergency First Aid at Work course:What is Required?
There are no requirements to partake in the Emergency First Aid at Work course.How Long is the Course?
The total length of the course is: Full-Day
£90.00 Per Delegate