First Aid


Offer a full range of scheduled HSE Approved First Aid at Work Courses and Paediatric First Aid courses.

Available courses:

Course name Duration Next date Detail
Anaphylaxis and Auto Injector First Aid 0.5 day 15/10/2020 09:00 Details and dates
Emergency First Aid at Work 1 day 09/07/2020 09:00 Details and dates
Epilepsy Basic - Buccal Midazolam Training - Half Day 0.5 day Please call for dates Details and dates
Epilepsy Basic Course - Buccal Midazolam Training - 2hr 0.25 day 15/07/2020 09:00 Details and dates
Epilepsy Refresher Course - Buccal Midazolam Training - 90 Minutes 0.25 day Please call for dates Details and dates
First Aid at Work 3 days 08/06/2020 09:00 Details and dates
First Aid At Work - Annual Refresher 0.5 day Please call for dates Details and dates
First Aid at Work Requalification 2 days 03/06/2020 09:00 Details and dates
First Aid For Children Aged 6-12 1 day 11/06/2020 09:00 Details and dates
First Aid For Children Aged 6-12 (Add-On) 0.5 day Please call for dates Details and dates
Needlestick Injuries & Infection Control 1 day Please call for dates Details and dates
Paediatric First Aid 2 days 01/06/2020 09:00 Details and dates

Overview:

We offer a full range of scheduled HSE Approved First Aid at Work Courses and Paediatric First Aid courses. If you have a particular first aid training requirement or work in an environment likely to require specific first aid knowledge we can also provide this.

Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations

Businesses now have more flexibility in how they manage their provision of first aid in the workplace following an amendment to the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 on 1 October 2013, which removed the requirement for the HSE to approve first aid training and qualifications

You are required by law to make an assessment of significant risks in your workplace. Your first aid provision will depend on your risk assessment.

Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations state that employers must provide:

  • Adequate and appropriate equipment and facilities
  • Adequate numbers of suitable persons to administer first aid
  • A responsible person to take charge when the designated first aider is absent
  • Information to all employees concerning the arrangements for first aid

Self employed people must provide adequate and appropriate equipment and facilities to provide first aid to themselves.

What do you need to do?

What is adequate and appropriate will depend on the circumstances in your workplace and you need to assess what your first aid needs are.

The minimum first aid provision on any work site is:

  • A suitably stocked first aid box
  • An appointed person to take charge of first aid arrangements
  • Information for all employees about what they need to do in case of an emergency

It is also important to remember that accidents can happen at any time.

First aid provision needs to be available at all times people are at work.

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