Emergency First Aid at Work
The 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work course is an accredited 6 hour course and a great introduction to first aid training. The accredited First Aid Course we offer at Siren Training. This course helps you meet the requirements set out in the Health and Safety regulations of 1981.
The EFAW 6-hour course is a great introduction to First Aid Training. Learners will leave with the confidence to deal with emergency life threatening situations in a competent way. Our instructors are experts from the Emergency Services who have ‘been there and done it for real’.
Who Should Take Emergency First Aid at Work Training?
The (EFAW) Emergency First Aid at work course is recommended if you work in a “low risk”/office-based environment.
The majority of our clients work in the following industries:
- Low risk sports environment
Emergency First Aid training is the first step towards saving a life and may prove useful for any member of the public. This first aid course also enables a company to comply with Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 by having the appropriate number of First Aiders in the workplace.
The 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work Course covers the following subjects:
- Role of a First Aider
- Priorities of First Aid
- Managing an Incident
- Causes and care of the unconscious casualty
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Bleeding and Shock
- Burns and Scalds
- Manage the Transportation of a Casualty
- Record Keeping & Accident Reporting
- Practical demonstration and use of an AED
Our 1-day Emergency First Aid at Work training comes with a strong reputation for practicality. We only use Emergency service medical specialists to run our First Aid Courses in London, or anywhere else in the UK for that matter. We pride ourselves on the range of practical First Aid skills you learn when on one of our First Aid courses in London.
We will ensure you have all the help you need to complete your 20 multiple choice question paper at the end of the day but our main focus is ensuring that you are confident enough in your First Aid ability. So confident that if something had to happen and you were asked to put your skills to use, you would have no hesitation in helping to save someone’s life.