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Training: Emergency First Aid at Work
Friday 1 February @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm£40
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations, 1999, require employers to make an assessment of the risks to health and safety of their employees at work, and to identify what measures they need to take to prevent or control these risks. Being confident to take action when someone gets hurt is an essential skill for an early learning and childcare practitioner. This training course supports the acquisition of essential skills and knowledge to provide first aid at work.
As this is a HSE endorsed course we are restricted to 12 students per class.
The role of the First Aider.
Reporting: RIDDOR & COSH.
Appropriate action during an emergency.
The treatment of an unconscious casualty.
Recognise and assist a range of breathing problems (choking, asthma, cardiac problems).
Recognise and attend to blood loss and shock (including foreign bodies)
Recognise and attend to; minor injuries (cuts, bruises, splinters, eye injuries)
Recognise and attend to; burns; broken bones.
Recognise and attend to; major illnesses.
The certificate awarded qualifies the holder as a ‘First Aider’ in the workplace under the First Aid at Work regulations . Participants understand the role and responsibilities of a First Aider; are confident to assess a H&S first aid incident and take appropriate action.
Certification and renewal
The qualification is valid for three years. Staff require to complete the full course every three years from the date of achievement.
Delivered By: Qualified First Aid Trainer: Aberdeen Training & Facilitation
(Free for Partner Providers and ACC staff working in early years)