The 1 day level 3 RQF emergency first aid at work course is for employees who have been chosen to carry out first aid in the work place. This course will help the company meet their duties laid out in section 3(2) of the Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981.
In January 2018 there was some changes in first aid certification but do not worry as First Aid Box is already approved to deliver the new RQF 1 day level 3 Emergency First Aid at Work course at our Peterborough academy or at a venue of your choosing
What does the 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course in Peterborough include?
The 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course in Peterborough is a full on event with lots to take in, we have listed below the areas and topics that attendees will be trained and the subjects that will be suggested;
We can offer 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Courses in Peterborough at our academy which can take a maximum of 12 candidates per first aid course. We can also come to you and do on-site 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Courses at venues and locations of your choice.
During the 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course in Peterborough candidates will be expected to complete a theory question paper which ensures that learning has taken place during the course. The 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course is an on-going assessment with no test at the end which helps candidates relax as there is less pressure.
What Happens After The 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course in Peterborough?
When you have successfully completed the 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work Course in Peterborough you will be emailed a first aid book that we will keep updated for you for the 3 years that the qualification is valid. After the three years you will need to do a refresher first aid course.
This course is also accredited by JAUPT via our sister company to allow drivers of LGV and PCV to gain 7 hours of driver cpc, this is a worth while course for the drivers at it will show them how to treat casualties in an emergency situation after an accident and explain what should be within their first aid kits if they carry them. If you look at road traffic incidents one of the first people on scene is usually a professional driver.
This course will help the company meet their duties laid out in section 3(2) of the Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981.
First Aid at Work Regulations and Rules
Fears of First Aid
Unconscious Breathing and Recovery Position
The Heart, Sudden Cardiac Arrest, Heart Attacks and CPR
One Rescuer CPR
Chest Only Compressions
CPR Handover to a Second Rescuer
Other Primary Care First Aid Problems
Adult Choking, Conscious and Unconscious
Serious Bleeding Management and Wounds
Spinal Injury Management
Burns and Scalds
Anaphylactic Shock and Allergies
Seizures and Epilepsy