First Aid at Work Training Course

When it comes to first aid in the workplace and choosing the right First Aid at Work Training Course, the same principles apply to small businesses with only a few employees, as they do to companies with a bigger workforce spread across multiple locations. In both instances, there must be plans in place to ensure the day-to-day working operation complies with health and safety regulations, protecting employees from possible injuries and reacting to sudden illness.

By law, every company in the UK must have an appropriately stocked first aid kit and it is highly recommended every company must have trained first aiders among its workforce.

Depending on the needs of a workplace, there may be an appointed first aider assigned to handle all first aid matters in the workplace. This person will undergo sufficient training to handle all first aid duties on the premises, including:

First Aid at Work Training
  • The Role of a First Aider

  • Managing an Emergency

  • Communication & Casualty Care

  • Asthma

  • Bleeding (Minor & Severe)

  • Bone, Muscle & Joint Injuries

  • Burns & Scalds

  • Chest Pains (Including Heart Attack)

  • Choking (Adult)

  • Eye Injuries

  • Fainting

  • Defibrillator Prompts & How to Respond

  • Head Injuries

  • Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations

  • Low Blood Sugar

  • Poisoning

  • Resuscitation (Adult CPR)

  • Seizures (Adult)

  • Severe Allergic Reaction

  • Shock

  • Spinal Injuries

  • Stroke

  • Unresponsive Casualty

  • Defibrillator Pad Placement

Course Location: Our Emergency First Aid at Work Training Courses usually take place at our state-of-the-art Middlesbrough Training Centre. However, in addition to this they can also be delivered nationally.

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First Aid at Work Training Course

When it comes to first aid in the workplace and choosing the right First Aid at Work Training Course, the same principles apply to small businesses with only a few employees, as they do to companies with a bigger workforce spread across multiple locations. In both instances, there must be plans in place to ensure the day-to-day working operation complies with health and safety regulations, protecting employees from possible injuries and reacting to sudden illness.

By law, every company in the UK must have an appropriately stocked first aid kit and it is highly recommended every company must have trained first aiders among its workforce.

Depending on the needs of a workplace, there may be an appointed first aider assigned to handle all first aid matters in the workplace. This person will undergo sufficient training to handle all first aid duties on the premises, including:

First Aid at Work Training
  • The Role of a First Aider

  • Managing an Emergency

  • Communication & Casualty Care

  • Asthma

  • Bleeding (Minor & Severe)

  • Bone, Muscle & Joint Injuries

  • Burns & Scalds

  • Chest Pains (Including Heart Attack)

  • Choking (Adult)

  • Eye Injuries

  • Fainting

  • Defibrillator Prompts & How to Respond

  • Head Injuries

  • Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations

  • Low Blood Sugar

  • Poisoning

  • Resuscitation (Adult CPR)

  • Seizures (Adult)

  • Severe Allergic Reaction

  • Shock

  • Spinal Injuries

  • Stroke

  • Unresponsive Casualty

  • Defibrillator Pad Placement

Course Location: Our Emergency First Aid at Work Training Courses usually take place at our state-of-the-art Middlesbrough Training Centre. However, in addition to this they can also be delivered nationally.