Emergency First Aid at Work Course London - (EFAW)

£125 per Person

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This Emergency First Aid at Work Course held at our Covent Garden London training centre, is specifically designed to encompass Emergency First Aid Training for Appointed Persons (AP) and includes subjects such as;

  • Management of heart attacks and resuscitation (CPR)
  • The unconscious casualty
  • Choking Bleeding and different types of wounds
  • Degrees of burns
  • Types of shock

 

Emergency First Aid at Work Course Certificate

The Appointed Persons Certificate is valid for 3 years issued on completion to the student of the course by post. This course is designed for staff that work in lower risk environments, have a small number of staff, or where HSE (Health and Safety Executive) guidelines indicate a first aider is not necessary.

The course covers medical emergencies that the general public may be called upon to deal with. These include

  • Angina Pectoris Attacks
  • Fits and Seizures
  • Fainting
  • Anaphylactic Shock
  • Heart Attacks and Strokes

In the practical part of the day, we provide you with a variety resuscitation - Annie dummies for you to practise your Basic Life Support on and also for the treatment of choking. We have First Aid boxes with plenty of bandages for you to practise different scenarios. We have comfortable Yoga Mats for you to sit on for some of the practical sessions such as the Recovery Position.

  • We strongly recommend that you refresh your First Aid skills every 12 months.
  • The One Day Appointed Person First Aid Course is suitable for people 18 years and over.
  • Please wear comfortable clothing, such as a Track-Suit as we will be working on yoga mats
  • We also recommend that you bring slippers or thick socks as we are a no-shoe-zone.

Plan for the Day

1)   Objectives of First Aid
2)   Responsibilities of a First-Aider
3)   Primary/Secondary Survey
4)   Signs and Symptoms in casualty
5)   Treatment Priorities of the First-Aider
6)   The Recovery Position
7)   Action to take at an Emergency
8)   Basic Life Support
9)   Choking
10)  Unconsciousness
11)  Bleeding
12)  Burns
13)  Injuries to Eye, Ear & Nose
14)  Shock
15)  First Aid Box
16)  Practical Session
17)  Q&A and Feedback