Emergency First Aid At Work – F/O
The 1-day (8 hour) Emergency First aid at Work for Forestry and Outdoor Workers is aimed at environments with staff working in the Outdoors and Forestry, the course contents are designed around the specific organisations needs and can be programmed with several additions eg. Dealing with Chainsaw injury and Catastrophic Haemorrhage, Limes Disease and dealing with casualties in an outdoor environment including the use of the hillside recovery position.
Our fun and interesting first aid at work courses are accredited by TQUK and therefore comply with all the qualification requirements set down by the Health and Safety Executive and the Forestry Commission to enable you to ensure your workforce has all the information and skills to deal with emergency medical situations in the outdoor environment.
- An extensive array of practical demonstrations and hands on experience within several simulated situations.
- Qualification for every learner including A4 certificate and certificate card.
- High Quality Training from one of our excellent professional trainers.
- An in-depth engaging Manual and a CPR Face Shield for each learner to take away
- A Nationally Recognised Forestry Comission advised qualification.
- Gain confidence in dealing with a wide range of Emergencies
- Progression is possible to 3 day Level 3 in First Aid at Work etc…
- Successful learners gain an industry leading qualification which is Nationally recognised
Pax: HSE requirements maximum of 12 candidates per trainer
DUAL CERTIFICATION AVAILABLE ON THIS COURSE:
Dual certification means that during this course you would be entitled to complete a second qualification at the same time for a discount from our usual fee saving both time and money.
The courses available for Dual Certification are:
Level 2 in Defibrillation and CPR – add on £35.00 pp
Adrenaline Auto-Injector (AKA Epipen) Training – add on £30pp
Course Duration: HSE requirements 8 hrs over a minimum of 1 days.
Suitable For:All people who are going to be designated as First Aiders working in an outdoor environment on behalf of their employers in any workplace seen as having a low risk.