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About this course
Our Emergency First Aid at Work course is a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) accredited first aid course, for the purpose of meeting the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981
This 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work course is appropriate for those who work in less hazardous environments, (e.g. offices or shops) and for smaller businesses.
This course is also perfect for, and is combined with, the General Public one day first aid course - As this is the best course content that we can give to anyone in one day!
Course price & booking
The standard First Aid at Work course costs £70. However, we may offer a BULK BOOKING DISCOUNT. You can get additional discount for booking any course at your own location (a minimum of 4 attendees is required). Discounts do depend on your exact location. Please enquire for details.
What you will learn
This course covers Life Threatening issues (Primary care) & First Aid treatment (Secondary care).
You will be given a good balance of theory (to understanding what you are doing and why), and hands-on practice to build competence and confidence.
You will also be given an overview of relevant legislation, to help ensure that any emergency or less urgent first you may later give, is appropriate and that you are also protected by current legal guidelines.
Of course, you never know when your first aid skill will actually be needed, so not only will you learn adult CPR, you will also learn, and practice with, children and infant manikins too.
Our course far exceeds current HSE guidelines. Please see the table below to compare our course, relative to the current HSE guidelines.
On successful course completion, candidates will receive an Emergency First Aid at Work certificate, showing compliance with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. The certificate is valid for three years. Assessment is by continuous observation during discussions & practical training.
Our syllabus of learning compared to current HSE recommendations: (ba = by arrangement)
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