First Aid at Work course is appropriate and in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. It's for those who always want to be the qualified First Aiders at the workplace. The First Aid at Work course spans over three days, covering theoretical as well as practical sessions. This course is intended for industries that come under a higher risk category such as manufacturing, engineering, chemical production, warehousing, or construction. It will help you become a qualified first aider and teach you how to treat workplace injuries and emergencies.
- Management of accidents/emergency response
- Aims and principles of first aid
- Casualty transportation
- Treatment of Unconscious individual
- Wounds and bleeding
- Universal precautions
- Burns and poisons
- Airway and breathing problems
- Prevention of cross-infection
- Other serious injuries other serious medical conditions
- Legal requirements
This course should be attended by the employees from small businesses that have over 100 people. These organisations ought to have at least one person on the job who is a trained First Aider. On the other hand, in the high-risk industries, all the first aiders should apply for this course.
There are no specific requirements. All that is required is that the applicant who applies for the First Aid at Work course should be of at least 16 years while applying for it.
All the candidates who apply for the first aid at work course need to receive a nationally recognised e-certificate for completing the Level 3 First Aid at work. This will be in agreement with the HSE criteria and all the resuscitation council's current guidelines. Also, the certificate that you receive is valid for three years only.