Emergency First Aid at Work Training Courses
Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) is designed for employees operating in low-risk workplaces.
It can also be used for staff required to be emergency first aiders or to support a designated first aider trained via the First Aid at Work course.
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How is the training delivered?
Our Emergency First Aid Training Course is delivered via interactive classroom discussions and practical demonstrations.
Practical assessments are observed by your trainer throughout the course.
The course can be run over a three, or four-day period.
Who is this course for?
Line managers (executives, managers, supervisors, and anyone responsible for other people) in any sector.
- Adult resuscitation (CPR)
- Burns and scalds
- Choking adult
- Communication and casualty care
- Defibrillator pad placement, prompts, and how to respond
- Minor and severe bleeding
- Role of the first aider
- Medical emergencies e.g. seizures, shock
- Unresponsive, unconscious adult
The benefits of effective Health & Safety Training for your business are enormous.
Not only will it help reduce absences, accidents, financial costs and stress, certain training on Health & Safety is also a legal requirement.
HR & Employment Law
HR training is one of the most valuable employee investments an organisation can make.
Transform your management team into HR leaders with cost-effective training courses and reduce the risk of needless tribunal claims by disgruntled employees.
Have you considered a fully bespoke H&S Service Plan?
Our Health & Safety Plan provides the best value for money, giving you access to a team of H&S experts.
We will work around the clock 365 days a year, assisting you with H&S management, risk assessment support and accident prevention in your workplace.
Book a free consultation
In a world of virtual communication,
We take the time to meet you personally.
Our H&S consultation will assess your requirements,
and help you find an immediate resolution.