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First Aid at Work

Emergency First Aid at Work

HSE Approved one day course with a certificate lasting three years. This course gives individuals the ability to offer assistance until trained help arrives.

 

Course content includes: 

  • Understanding the role of a First Aider

  • Unconsciousness

  • CPR & AED awareness

  • Choking

  • Bleeding & Shock

  • Minor Injuries

  • Burns

First Aid at Work

HSE Approved three day course with a certificate lasting three years. This course gives individuals the skills and knowledge to provide life support and to treat injuries and illnesses.

 

Course content includes:

All of the emergency first aid at work one day plus...

  • Major illnesses

  • Poisoning

  • Chest Injuries

  • Eye Injuries

  • Injuries to Bones, Muscles & Suspected Spinal Injuries

 

First Aid at Work Requalification & Refresher Courses

HSE Approved two day course with a certificate lasting three years. This gives qualified first aiders the chance to renew their FAW qualification.

 

Course content includes:

All of the contents of the three day First Aid At Work course.

 

First aid annual refresher is a three hour course recommended by the HSE to update skills for both emergency first aiders & qualified first aiders.

 

Course content also includes:

  • Unconsciousness

  • CPR

  • Bleeding

  • Choking

 

 

Defibrillator Courses
Automated External Defibrillators (AED) & CPR.
 

HSE approved two hour or three and a half hour course with a certificate lasting one year.

 

The two hour course teaches the use of an AED to those who do have a first aid certificate; the three and a half hour course includes basic life support & CPR for those who don't have a first aid certificate.

 

Course content includes:

  • Unconsciousness

  • CPR & the use of AED on a casualty

  • Hazards & Guidelines for using a defibrillator