First Aid at Work is a comprehensive course, covering all major injuries, life threats and illnesses. It is recommended that low risk businesses responsible for over 100 people have at least two people certified in first aid at work.
Workers in high risk industries should all complete training at this level. This includes the following:
- Events & Hospitality
- Warehouses operating machinery
- Commercial catering and kitchens
What is required to manage a situation where a casualty is bleeding, ill, unconscious, injured or not breathing. We cover the following:
- Duty of care and responsibilities
- RIDDOR & accident reporting
- Primary & Secondary Survey
- Injury & Bleed Sweeps
- C.P.R for adults, children & babies
- Bleeds and shock management
- Anaphylaxis and Epi-Pen usage
- Spinal and head injuries
- Major illnesses
- First Aid Kits
- Includes Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training
Upon completion of the First Aid at Work course, you will receive an accredited certificate & personal I.D card. Both are valid for three years and meet government guidelines and required learning hours.
At the end of the course, candidates will leave with the necessary confidence and skills to deal with an accident or illness, at home, work, or leisure. Staff members will meet the requirements for the high risk workplace and will be able to deliver first aid effectively.
The 3 training days will focus on a vital set of lifesaving skills. The instructor will demonstrate practically and students will role play scenarios with a lot of time spent practicing. There will be short presentations to introduce modules, don't worry, there is no PowerPoint!
Learn a what to do at a scene & how to handle different scenarios & how to use the contents of a first aid kit correctly.
Coming from far away?
Check out Tyn-Cornel campsite. It's the perfect spot to park a tent, van or 'glamp' when attending a course.
Be sure to tell them you're with Mountain River Crag to receive a discount!
Upcoming course dates:
14-16 October 2019