Employers should ensure that an employee who is injured or taken ill at work receives immediate attention. The HSE will prosecute in cases where there is a significant risk, a disregard for established standards or persistent poor compliance with the law.
Paediatric & First Aid
In-line with the HSE First Aid bulletin April 2016, we confirm that First4Aid trains in accordance with the October 2015 Resuscitation Council UK standards
by Becki Coombe £600(0 ratings)
This four hour Automated External Defibrillator (AED) course is recommended for all persons who are likely to work in environments holding automatic defibrillator machines and may be called to use an automated external defibrillator, commonly thought of as 'electric shock' machines. Such places may include stadiums, shopping centres, health clubs, large factories, rural industries.
by Becki Coombe £1000(0 ratings)
Course Content The course is a revision of all First AId at Work course content:
- 2 days
by Becki Coombe £2000(0 ratings)
This eighteen hour HSE-content-recommended first aid training (UK) course is recommended as the preferred requirement for all workplaces with five employees in HIGHER HAZARD environments and in highly populated low risk environments.
- 3 days
by Becki Coombe £800(0 ratings)
This twelve hour Ofsted and EYFS prescribed paediatric first aid training course (at level 3) is recognised as the requirement for persons who work alongside children in any capacity.
- 1 day