Anyone interested in becoming a First Aider in a low-risk or high-risk work setting should take the First Aid at Work course. A building site or a warehouse, for example, is considered a high-risk work environment because of the higher chance of First Aid emergency scenarios and accidents. The training complies with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations of 1981, allowing you to operate as a First Aider in either a high-risk or low-risk workplace.
A variety of teaching approaches, including real-life scenario examples and clips, will be utilised to guarantee that you have obtained the skills and information necessary to become a qualified First Aider. On the first and third days of the course, there will be two multiple-choice tests.
Each delegate will obtain a certificate that fulfils the Health and Safety (First Aid) 1981 Regulations for becoming a First Aider in a low-risk workplace after finishing the First Aid at Work course. Certificates are valid for three years and are accredited by the First Aid Industry Body by default (FAIB).
The role and responsibilities of a first aider
Assessing an incident
Managing an unresponsive casualty
Head and spinal injuries
Wounds and bleeding
Sprains, strains, and dislocations
Burns and scalds
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