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Emergency First Aid

For Appointed Persons

One Day course (3-4 Hours)

A Health & Safety Executive recommended, one day non-assessed course. This is the minimum level of First Aid training for the workplace, appropriate for low-risk environments or for those acting in the absence of a fully qualified First Aider. The course is designed to give a good basic insight into First Aid procedures and skills.

Throughout the course delegates will take part in practical exercises helping them learn basic life support skills and gaining the confidence to deal with an emergency at work or at home.

The course content can be adapted to suit the needs of your organisation. This course can be run in house for up to 12 delegates or individuals can attend one of our training venues.

Course Content

This One Day (6 hour) course comprises of:

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Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations

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Accident log books

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First Aid kits

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Dealing with an emergency

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Management of an unconscious casualty

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Resuscitation

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Treatment of burns, bleeds and fractures.

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Treatment of Shock

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Common illnesses and injuries in the workplace.

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Practical Sessions

 

Course Objective

On completion of the course delegates will have the training to;

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Give emergency First Aid to an injured person until medical assistance arrives.

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Recognise and appropriately treat most emergency situations.

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Carry out the duties of an Appointed Person as specified within the First Aid Regulations.

 

Assessment

There is no formal assessment but on completion of the course delegates will receive a certificate of attendance which is valid for three years.

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