Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)
This 1 day course complies with the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and the Approved Code of Practice L74 guidelines for qualifications of workplace First Aiders.
This course provides delegates with a basic training in first aid. The course is a cost effective way of training groups of delegates, without taking up too much of their work time.
Successful completion of this course leads to an Ofqual regulated Level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work qualification which lasts for a period of 3 years, along with a wallet-sized plastic card detailing their qualifications.
Who Should Attend?
Where an employers risk assessment of first aid needs identifies that a full first aider is not necessary, but the minimum requirement is to appoint a person to take charge of first aid arrangements. Also ideal for larger organisations where fully qualified first aiders can benefit from the support of an EFAW first aider. Individuals that want or require training for personnel or professional development should also attend this 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work course.
- The Role and Responsibility of an Emergency First Aider
- Assessing an Incident
- Managing an Unresponsive Casualty who is Breathing Normally
- Managing an Unresponsive Casualty who is not Breathing Normally
- Recognise and Assist a Casualty who is Choking
- Managing a Casualty who is Wounded and Bleeding
- Managing a Casualty who is in Shock
- Managing a Casualty with a Minor Injury
- Basic Life Support (CPR)
- Burns and Scalds
- Anaphylactic Shock and allergies
- Seizures and Epilepsy
Candidates are assessed by ongoing practical assessment by the Tutor throughout the course.
£69.95 to include First Aid book and starter pack.
Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work
1 day: 9.00 - 17.00
Delivered from the GDR Solutions Training Centre in the Forest of Dean, Newent, Gloucestershire, or throughout the South West including Bristol, South Wales, Herefordshire and Wiltshire, or in your workplace (subject to numbers)
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to enable First Aid to be provided to employees if they are injured or become ill at work.
These regulations apply to workplaces, including those with five or fewer employees and to the self employed. How much first aid provision an employer has to make depends on the circumstances of each workplace. In general terms, this course may be more suitable for lower-risk environments, such as offices and shops and/or organisations with fewer than 100 employees.