First Aid at Work
Training for when seconds count
First Aid at Work
Our First Aid at Work course meets the Health & Safety Executive legal requirements for the workplace, should your First Aid risk assessment domonstate it necessary to hold a First Aid at Work qualification.
Your trainer will have had real life experience of administering First Aid form serving in the Emergency Services, which we truly believe gives credibility and quality to the training you deserve to receive.
The lifesaving skills we teach you are of the utmost importance to us, to enable you to make a difference in saving a life. Not only could this be at work but more truthfully a loved one at home! This is why our training ethos is to create a relaxed and enjoyable training experience in which to learn to your full potential.
Please use the link below if you are unsure of your legal requirements
First Aid at Work – Valid for 3 years
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For First Aid at Work group bookings, a minimum requirement of six candidates is required and training can be delivered at your own venue anywhere in the UK. Please contact us for a quote.
- Introduction to First Aid Action and priorities in an Emergency
- Basic Life Support (Adult and Child CPR)
- Administer First Aid to an Adult who is choking
- Content of First Aid kits
- Primary and Secondary patient assessment
- Management of the unconscious patient
- Medical Emergencies: Heart Attack
- Trauma Emergencies:
- Minor & Major Bleeding (including the trauma dressing)
- Head Injuries
- Spinal Injuries
We can provide training anywhere in the UK.
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. These Regulations apply to all workplaces including those with less than five employees and to the self-employed.
In the event of sudden illness or injury, failure to provide first aid could result in a death. The employer should ensure that an employee who is injured or taken ill at work receives immediate First Aid attention.
HSE will prosecute in cases where there is a significant risk, a disregard for established standards or persistent poor compliance with the law.