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Emergency First Aid at Work

It is recommended that any setting with over fifty people have at least one person who has been trained to the First Aid at Work standard.

There may be times when having additional persons to cover unforeseen absence of this individual could be beneficial to your setting. The Emergency First Aid at Work course or EFAW course is designed with this problem in mind. Again accredited by the Health & Safety Executive the EFAW course provides employers with a method of having someone on site who is trained in basic lifesaving skills.

The one day course once completed successfully will provide certification for three years and allow the holder to deal with a first aid situation in the workplace.

The basic requirements of this course are set down by the Health & Safety Executive, there are however some settings where additional information may be required, for example if your setting is a school you would need to be informed of the protocols involved with child resuscitation. We do therefore endeavour to tailor the courses as much as we can within the framework set down by the HSE.

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Course Topics

The Emergency First Aid at Work course covers all the subjects that the Health & Safety Executive requires, including:

  • Dealing with an emergency.
  • Collapse of a casualty.
  • Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
  • Recognition of anaphylactic shock.
  • Treatment of asthma.
  • Correct use of medication.
  • Correct procedure for those who are choking.
  • Treatment of blood loss.
  • First aid Law and the First aid kit.