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First Aid at Work – HSE Approved

Aims

On completion of First Aid at Work training course, candidates will be assessed in
Practical and Theory aspects of First Aid to the HSE Approved standard. Successful
completion of the First Aid at Work assessment will result in the award of a ‘First Aid At
Work’ certificate approved by the Health & Safety executive in line with Health and Safety
First Aid Regulations 1981. The First Aid at Work certificate will be valid for three years.

Who Should Attend

Individuals wishing to become the first aider at work.

Course Duration

3 days

Learning Aims and Objectives

On completion of the course, candidates will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills from the First Aid Training Manual. These topics include;
The Aims & Priorities of First Aid
Burns & Scalds
Laws & Regulations
Protection From Infection
Infectious Diseases
Recognition of Illness
Site Survey
Transport of Casualties
Basic Life Support
Poisoning
Miscellaneous Conditions
Burns and Scalds
Casualty Examination
Head Injuries
Chain of Survival
Concussion
Communication & Delegation
Compression
Stroke
Legal framework
Wounds and Bleeding
Record Keeping
Bone, Joint and Muscle injuries
Drowning
Shock
Electric Shock
Unconscious Casualties
Anaphylactic Shock
Smoke, Gas and Chemicals
Angina
Recovery Position
Epilepsy
Heart Attack
Crush Injuries
Diabetes
Effects of Heat and Cold
Spinal Injuries
Control of Bleeding

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On completion of this basic life support course, delegates will receive a Qualsafe First Aid certificate of attendance to the standard of First Aid at Work.

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