Emergency First Aid At Work – 24th October 2017

Emergency First Aid at Work  (Full day course)

 Epsilon House, West Road, Ransomes Europark, Ipswich, IP3 9FJ

 On  Tuesday 24th October 2017  At 9:00am – 4:30pm

 Cost £99 + VAT per person

Group Discount available for bookings of two delegates or more.

This course is aimed at people who require basic first aid knowledge.


This course covers the role of designated First Aid Appointed Person and this includes looking after the equipment and facilities and calling the Emergency Services when required.  Arrangements should be made for an Appointed Person to be available to undertake these duties at all times when people are at work.  On this course you will gain knowledge of emergency procedures and attain a recognised qualification in First Aid. By the end of the course delegates will be capable of controlling accidents in the workplace, control accident records and first aid equipment needed, maintain a safe and healthy work environment in relation to first aid provision and administer first aid or assistance to another First Aider at the scene of an accident.

Course Content


·       What is First Aid·      Breathing and Circulation
·       Rules and Regulations·      Principles of Resuscitation
·       Responsibilities of the First Aider·      Airway Obstruction
·       Action at an Emergency·      Disorders of the Circulation
·       Primary Assessment·      Bleeding
·       Secondary Assessment·      Burns
·       Epilepsy·      Role plays·      Defibrillator Training


Assessment and Certification


The course is delivered by an expert trainer and all candidates will be observed during training. There is no written examination although delegates will be required to show competence in practical skills of subjects taught. The Emergency First Aid at Work is valid for 3 years from date of course.


Payment can be made by cheque or BACS


If you have any questions or need to contact us please telephone on

01473 276 170 or email sandra.baker@sos-hr.co.uk


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Clare Whight

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