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Emergency First Aid at Work - Level 2

First Aid training reduces the risk of accidents occurring and improves the confidence of employees to handle emergency situations if they happen.

An accident is a traumatic experience for both the patient and those attending to them. Remember, your employees are not nurses with every day triage experience; they are only first aiders that hope they never need to use their training.

It is recommended that a nominated first aider has the Level 3 qualification; however, this level 2 certificate can provide your employees with basic skills to underpin your businesses preparation for an emergency.

First aiders with the level 2 qualification can:

  • begin first response immediately, whilst waiting for the advanced first aider to arrive (especially on large sites)
  • manage the situation effectively, reducing panic and confusion by understanding what is happening
  • effectively provide support to the nominated first aider through a demanding situation
    appreciate their working environment to help reduce accidents occurring
  • save lives
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Who is this course for?

As many people as possible - it is recommended that as many employees as possible are offered this one-day course, enabling you to provide support to your staff to handle emergencies regardless of shift patterns, holidays or size of site.

Course content and learning outcomes

  • Understanding the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations
  • Knowledge of roles and responsibilities
  • Confidence to handle emergency situations 
  • Ability to assess an incident and accurately communicate it to medical services
  • Deliver cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
  • Attend to unconscious casualties, choking, external bleeding, shock, seizures, allergic reactions and minor injuries
  • Stock, control and use first aid kids
  • Understand RDDOR incident reporting 

Bookings

Per person - £85

all prices exclude VAT. 

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Summary

  • 1 day course suitable for all employees and recommended for as many as possible to have.
  • Provides first response skills to attend casualties and manage emergencies. 
  • Supports nominated first aiders with trained backup to handle demanding medical situations.
  • Reduces risk of accidents occurring through appreciation of working environments.
  • Saves lives.

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