first aid at work

First Aid At Work

This three day course follows the full HSE first aid at work syllabus with additional occupational elements. The HSE requires the employer to have suitable persons first aid trained on the premises at all times. These first aiders must have attended an approved first aid training course. This course is designed so that delegates gain the required knowledge to act as the nominated first aider.

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Dates

11/09/2019 Book A Place
11/09/2019 (09:30-16:30) at Standsure House TR1 with
12/09/2019 (09:30-16:30) at Standsure House TR1 with
13/09/2019 (09:30-16:30) at Standsure House TR1 with
24/09/2019 Book A Place
24/09/2019 (08:45-15:45) at BAE System - Barrow with Alan Jackson
25/09/2019 (08:45-15:45) at BAE System - Barrow with Alan Jackson
26/09/2019 (08:45-15:45) at BAE System - Barrow with Alan Jackson
14/10/2019 Book A Place
14/10/2019 (08:45-15:45) at BAE System - Barrow with Alan Jackson
15/10/2019 (08:45-15:45) at BAE System - Barrow with Alan Jackson
16/10/2019 (08:45-15:45) at BAE System - Barrow with Alan Jackson
04/12/2019 Book A Place
04/12/2019 (09:30-16:30) at Standsure House TR1 with Alan Jackson
05/12/2019 (09:30-16:30) at Standsure House TR1 with Alan Jackson
06/12/2019 (09:30-16:30) at Standsure House TR1 with Alan Jackson

Course summary

This three day course follows the full HSE first aid at work syllabus with additional occupational elements. The HSE requires the employer to have suitable persons first aid trained on the premises at all times. These first aiders must have attended an approved first aid training course. This course is designed so that delegates gain the required knowledge to act as the nominated first aider.

Who should attend?

This course is aimed at employees nominated as the first aider for their workplace. Delegates do not require any previous experience.

Course outline

  • assess and prioritise a first aid incident
  • deal with an unconscious casualty
  • carry out resuscitation (CPR)
  • control bleeding and manage shock
  • deal with injuries to bones, muscles and joints
  • deal with a casualty suffering from burns and scalds
  • deal with casualties overcome by fumes or suffering from poisoning
  • deal with a broad range of common injuries and illnesses
  • manage eye injuries
  • maintain records
  • use and maintain first aid kits
  • Automated External Defibrillator

Learning objectives

At the end of this course you should be able to:

  • have an awareness of the regulations and an understanding of duties and legislation
  • skills to assess, treat and follow up incidents
  • knowledge of how to manage an incident
  • skills to carry out primary and secondary assessments
  • ability to deal with life threatening emergencies
  • understanding of basic first aid and gain skills on providing CPR
  • abiliy to provide medical care until a more qualified person arrives
  • understanding of the recording and reporting process
  • knowledge and skill to act as the ‘First Aider’ for your organisation

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