For up to 8 delegates
Per person joining us in Chepstow
A one-day first aid at work – high risk environment is aimed at those that require a more advanced level of first aid knowledge. Typical learners include the arboreal and agri sector workers and the training is also highly recommended for construction and industrial first aiders operating in high risk arenas. This training includes the use of the newly included equipment in the updated 2019 BSi Trauma Workplace first aid kits with the use of tourniquets and haemostatic agents and gauzes.
All our first aid courses fully meet the UK and European Resuscitation Guidelines as per the HSE requirements (2015 are the latest guidelines). Remote First Aid only deliver qualifications recognised by the HSE as either via an Awarding Organisation or Trade Body.
This qualification specification outlines key information required by employers and learners to ensure they are able to make an informed decision in regards to the qualifications they are undertaking. It is recommended that those undertaking this training hold literacy and numeracy skills at Level 2 as a minimum. No previous first aid knowledge is required to attend.
Assessment & Certification
Learners are assessed by means of practical demonstrations alongside oral and written questioning throughout and a final multi-choice exam paper on the last session of the training.
Those successfully passing will be awarded either the Emergency First Aid at Work – High Risk Area’s certificate or Emergency First Aid at Work + F Certificate or Emergency First Aid at Work + Equestrian certificate depending on needs assessment all are valid for 3-years from date of issue.
The HSE strongly advise that all workplace first aiders undertake at least annually the recommended three-hour workplace first aider refresher course in between renewal courses to be able to demonstrate skills are maintained and that CPD has taken place.
At the three year point, emergency first aid at work certificate holders can renew the qualification course by attending the full course again. Successfully completing a emergency first aid at work course will enable the emergency first aider at work certificate holder to continue their first aid duties for their employer. Or they may consider enrolling on to a three-day first aid at work course that….
- Roles & responsibilities of the workplace first aider
- Infection control
- C / ABCD approach
- Scene management including triage
- The management of catastrophic bleeding
- Intermediate airway management skills (including adjuncts with BVM)
- Basic life support including AED
- Medical related emergencies