Why choose the High Risk Environments First aid at Work course? Learners who wish to become first-aiders in the workplace may work in higher risk areas, such as in Forestry, Construction, Renewable sectors for instance. Attending this course meets the requirements for training first-aiders in those organisations that have identified that staff need to be trained to a higher level within their first-aid needs assessment. But how does this differ from the Low to Medium Risk First aid at Work course? We have outlined in simple bullet points to assist you in deciding your training needs below.
- The High Risk Environments course is seven and a half hours per day opposed to the six hours a day in the Low to Medium Risk First aid at Work course.
- This course covers the safe and correct use of Tourniquets, Haemostatic Dressing & Gauzes plus Trauma Bandages to deal with severe and catastrophic bleeds.
- This course covers lightening strikes and Lyme Disease recognition and other environment conditions such as treating dehydration.
If you require or are seeking to join our First Aid at Work High Risk Environments course drop us a line below, and our advisors will come back to you.