First Aid at Work in the Outdoor Environment
Who is this qualification for?
A First Aid at Work in the Outdoor Environment course. It is specifically for those working in outdoor environments and is aimed at learners who wish to become first-aiders in the workplace outdoor environment. This training meets the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 (First Aid Regulations 1981 & First Aid Regulations 1982 in NI).
For up to 12 delegates
When joining us
How long will it take?
To complete this qualification learners should expect to attend 24 hours typically over three long days, with a minimum contact time of 26 hours.
Defining the role of the First Aider, the principles of First Aid procedures such as the DR -C-ABCDE approach. The course then works through the DR-C-ABCDE system with a series of inputs and scenarios. We cover signs of life, calling for help, airway issues, CPR and AED’s, bleeding and shock, casualty handling, deformities, common illnesses, hypothermia, hyperthermia, burns & scalds, poisoning, animal bites and stings and other minor ailments. First Aid kit requirements and the reporting of first aid incidents including RIDDOR. This course covers the requirement for HSE First Aid at Work in the Outdoor Environment and goes in to greater depth with longer activity related outdoor scenarios than the two-day Outdoor First Aid Course.
This qualification is assessed by a practical demonstration and a online multiple-choice theory exam. The outcome is pass or fail.
Disposable Resuscitation Kit
- Complete resuscitation kit usable on any individual
- Avoid cross infection from bodily fluids during resuscitation
- Supplied in a Evolution Series carry case
- Complete with Ambu Spur II Disposable Resuscitator, one adult mask and four Guedal airways
- Single use only
RapidStop® tourniquet – orange
The Rapid Stop Tourniquet combines breakthrough technology with innovative design to significantly reduce application time when dealing with traumatic injuries. It has been specifically created to be the easiest and quickest product on the market for self-application, which is a critical consideration for people injured when alone who have only moments to affect occlusion before losing consciousness.
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