First Aid equipment and first aid trained personnel at the workplace are requirements of Health & Safety law. In emergencies, Emergency First Aiders can act to prevent situations becoming major issues and can limit potential sick leave through prompt action.

Aims: To provide Emergency First Aiders with the knowledge & skills to summon help & give safe, prompt & effective emergency first aid to a casualty in the workplace following an injury or illness using materials to hand and/or HSE approved first aid equipment.

By the end of this course, the student will be able to state the role of the Emergency First Aider, carry out a primary survey of a casualty, place an unconscious casualty into the recovery position, carry out effective rescue breathing to current Resuscitation Council guidelines, carry out effective CPR to current Resuscitation Council guidelines, recognise and deal with Minor & major cases of bleeding, to recognise and treat a patient suffering from medical shock, recognise & treat medical emergencies as identified by student group.

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