1 DAY EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK – Heartbeat First Aid Training
1 DAY EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK 2017-04-02T06:59:10+00:00

COURSE OVERVIEW

1 Day Emergency First Aid Course

This course is suitable for people who work in low hazard environments (for example an office or shop) or where Health and Safety Executive (HSE) guidelines indicate staff should hold a certificate in Emergency First aid at Work. It gives learners the skills and confidence to respond to a range of accidents and first aid emergencies they could encounter in the workplace.’

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Course Agenda

Introduction

09.05               House keeping fire exits, toilets, break times

  1. 10 First Aiders’ responsibilities, reporting and recording, and any new changes.

09.20            Airway and unconscious casualty/recovery position demonstration (video)

 10.15             Break

10.30           Demonstration and practice Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

 

11.00               Choking / Asphyxia / Hypoxia

11.10              Clinical Shock (bleeding & bandages) to include treatment of (Burns&Scalds)

All students to practice bandaging.

 12.00               Lunch (to be provided by delegates)

12:30 Eye injuries

12.45               Injuries to bones and muscles and spinal injuries

 13.45               Head Injuries Concussion and Compression

14.00               Treatment Crush Injuries and Amputations

14.30               Break

14.45 Medical Conditions

16.00 Recap on key points feed back to all students

16.30 Evaluations course Finish

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SKILLS CHECKLIST

  • Principles and practices of First Aid
  • Responsibilites of the First Aider
  • Reporting and Recording including Hygiene Procedures.

  • Open airway
  • Treatment of conscious and unconscious casualty
  • Resuscitation to include new guidlines
  • Treatment of Choking Asphyxia / Hypoxia
  • Treatment of Clinical Shock (bleeding & bandages)
  • Treatment of burns and scalds and eye injuries
  • Treatment of Head Injuries Concussion and Compression
  • Treatment of Crush Injuries and Amputations
  • Medical Conditions
  • Recap on key points, feed back to all students