Emergency First Aid at Work
Emergency First Aid at Work Course Details:
Free Admission for GWU Members, Contact us on email@example.com ,or telephone Number: 25679296 for more Information.
The Emergency First Aid at Work course is suitable for anyonewho could come across any type of accident or illnesses at the workplace, at home or in any public area. It provides clear information of what has to be done until professional medical assistance takes over. This course is also suitable to be renew an existing First Aid qualification
Validity of Certificate: 3 years
Course Assessment: At the end of the Emergency First Aid at Work course, participants are assessed by a multiple choice assessment sheet to assess understanding of main topics and any weaknesses are addressed to by the tutor St Bernard’s First Aid & Safety Training Institute is licensed by the National Commission for Further and Higher Education to conduct First Aid Courses to the general public. Our license number is 2014-FHI-002, SLC No. 12306. We are accredited by the Safety Training Awards (STA) of UK, to conduct First Aid Courses. Our First Aid certificates are worldwide recognized.
The Emergency First Aid at Work Course is made up of 5 sections, which are:
Section 1: Introduction to First Aid
Section 2: Minor First Aid Treatments
Section 3: Major First Aid Treatments
Section 4: Recognition of Various Illnesses and First Aid TreatmentSection 5: Body Injuries and First Aid Treatment.
Section 5: Body Injuries and First Aid Treatment.
The Emergency First Aid Course includes practice of CPR on baby, infant and adult manikin, recovery position and practice of wound dressing and slings making.
Introduction to First Aid:
1. Aims of First Aid
2. Hygienic Aspects when delivering First Aid
3. Legal Aspects that concern First Aiders
4. Contents of a First Aid Box
5. Arriving at the Scene
6. Contacting the Emergency Services
Minor First Aid Treatments
7. Nose Bleeding
8. Panic Attack
9. Eye Injuries
Major First Aid Treatments
13. Being able to conduct a Primary Survey for an unresponsive, not breathing casualty – CPR
14. Being able to conduct a Secondary Survey for an unresponsive, breathing casualty – Secondary Survey
18. Head Injury
Recognition of Various Illnesses and First Aid Treatment
19. Seizures & Epilepsy
21. Angina & Heart Attack
Body Injuries and First Aid Treatment
24. Sprains and Strains
25. Bone Fractures & Dislocations
26. Body Burns and Scalds