When it comes to first aid in the workplace, 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’s 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 and handle all first aid duties on the premises, including:
- Maintaining first aid equipment and facilities
- Providing basic medical care and attention to injured persons
- Calling the emergency services when required
Middlesbrough training centre
Boho Six Offices, 5 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 1RE
(Use TS1 1SR for Google Maps, next to Zetland Car Park)
Zetland Car Park, TS1 1SR, pay and display. Open 0700 to 1900 daily.
located over the road from Middlesbrough Train Station and 5 minute walk from Middlesbrough Bus Station.
Price for the training:
Emergency First Aid At Work
£90.00 for first 6 places, normal price £100.00
First Aid At Work
£50.00 booking fee required to secure your place
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Emergency First Aid At Work (EFAW)
About the Course
The Emergency First Aid training content includes:
- 1: Taking charge and summoning help.
- 2: Priorities in First Aid.
- 3: Control of Bleeding.
- 4: Epilepsy.
- 5: Poisoning.
- 6: Burns and Scalds.
One day/6 hours
First Aid At Work (FAAW)
£400 per learner
About the Course
The content of the course will cover how to deal with the following:
|The role of the first aider||Head injuries|
|Managing an emergency||Health and safety (first aid) regulations|
|Communication and casualty care||Low blood sugar|
|Bleeding (minor and severe)||Resuscitation (adult CPR)|
|Bone, muscle and joint injuries||Seizures (adult)|
|Burns and scalds||Severe allergic reaction|
|Chest pains (including heart attack)||Shock|
|Choking (adult)||Spinal injuries|
|Defibrillator prompts and how to respond||Defibrillator pad placement|
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