EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK (RQF)
WHO IS IT FOR?
Suitable for people 16 years and over, this course is designed for anyone wanting to become an accredited first aider or appointed person.
Staff who work in lower hazard environments, have fewer staff or where NGB or HSE guidelines indicate staff should be trained and hold a certificate in emergency first aid at work.
Please note, if you have staff members with asthma, allergies, diabetes or a heart condition - and these are detailed in your risk assessment - the NGB'S and HSE recommend that you consider completing the three-day first aid at work course.
This is because these conditions are no longer covered in the first aid for appointed persons or emergency first aid at work course.
Emergency first aid at work (EFAW) certificate, valid for 3 years. We recommend refreshing your skills every 12 months.
This qualification provides the knowledge and skills required of first aiders, as outlined in the Health and Safety (First aid) Regulations 1981 (NI 1982). Giving you the basics for the skills required when dealing with a minor incident. The EFAW course is ideal for your entry level into first aid.
We provide tailored training for a wide range of organisations from local outdoor activity groups to national bodies such as the Environment Agency, and those with an international focus such as aid organisations and expeditions.
Whether you want our standard course, Wilderness First Aid or an advanced one I can provide the training you need.
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- The role of the first aider
- Communicating with a casualty
- Contents of first aid kits (avoiding cross infection)
- Recording of incidents and accidents
- Assessing the situation and circumstances in order to act safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency
- Administer first aid to a casualty who:
- is unconscious
- requires cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
- is choking
- is wounded or bleeding
- is in shock
- has minor conditions - to include: minor cuts, grazes and bruises, minor burns and scalds, small splinters
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