First Aid Risk Assessment Principles and Practice

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First Aid Risk Assessment Principles and Practice training course

 



Description

 

This course complies with the guidelines and criteria as defined by the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) in respect of the 1981 (First Aid) Regulations. The  topics covered in this course are in accordance with current guidelines published by the Resuscitation Council (UK). 


The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and trained first aid personnel. A risk assessment of first aid needs determines the workplace requirements. This  First Aid Risk assessment course enables learners to gain the knowledge to produce a risk assessment of first aid needs for a workplace ensuring that all HSE requirements are being met. 

 

 

Duration

 

The course requires a minimum of six contact hours and can be delivered over one day or spread over a maximum of three weeks but each session must be a minimum of two hours duration.  The class ratio for this qualification is a maximum of 12 learners to 1 Trainer/Assessor.

 

 

Course content


  • Role and responsibilities of a First Aid Appointed Person
  • First aid provision in the workplace
  • Accident report form
  • Call to the emergency services
  • List of  first aid equipment  in the workplace
  • Safe use of first aid equipment
  • Employer’s responsibilities in respect of first aid
  • Potential hazards in the workplace
  • Rrisk assessment of first aid needs
  • Conditions that can affect first aid  in the workplace
  • How to mnage a first aid related incident in the absence of a qualified
  • First Aider or Emergency First Aider
  • Describe how to conduct an initial assessment of the incident
  • Describe the  procedure for assessing a casualty’s level of consciousness
  • Explain the importance of  placing an unresponsive casualty in the recovery position
  • Explain why a casualty might need a first aider to commence cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Describe the procedure for cardiopulmonary resuscitation




Cost 

 

Please contact MEDISAFE TRAINING  today on   0121 769 2827 for a very competitive unbeatable quote.The course price includes course handouts and certification for each delegate.

 

 

Assessment

 

The learner will complete a written assessment paper containing open and multiple choice questions which the learner must successfully pass to achieve certification. There is no grading of the assessment; learners pass or are referred. Trainer/Assessors may also ask a learner additional questions if felt necessary to confirm their knowledge and understanding. 

 

 

Certification 

 

A HSE compliant certificate of course attendance  from MEDISAFE TRAINING  will be emailed within 48 hours to the lead person subject to successful completion of the course by the delegate. Hard copy certificates can be provided at additional cost per certificate.


OFQUAL Accredited and Regulated RQF Level 2 First aid Risk Assessment Principles and Practice   training  course with certificates can also be arranged at an additional cost but this must be made known to us at the time of the booking and prior to the commencement of the training course.

 

 

Important Information 

 

Please note that it is a requirement that candidates must be physically able to carry out the procedures detailed in the course outline and must attend all sessions to be eligible for assessment.

 

Candidates should have good English literacy and numeracy skills to understand the course and to complete the assessments.

 

Please also note that ID will need to be checked at the outset of the course for candidate verification process.

 

  • The training room should be quiet and of appropriate size.
  • Staff should be off work and not expected to be on duty.
  • Staff attending should remain on the course for the entire duration of the training course.


FIRST AID RISK ASSESSMENT – PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE training course