Emergency First Aid at Work

14 October 2021

from 9.30 - 16.00

at Bright Room, Maple Centre, Huntingdon

Training & Events

The HSE required Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course is for low risk workplaces with minimum workforce numbers and will teach the delegate the skills and knowledge to help maintain life until the ambulance arrives.

Course content

  • Health and safety (first aid) regulations
  • Reporting of injuries and accident book
  • Managing an incident
  • The Primary Survey
  • The Unconscious casualty
  • Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Shock
  • Choking
  • Seizures
  • Bleeding
  • Common workplace injuries.

Course Details

The course is delivered over 1 day and contains both theoretic and practical learning modules.

Assessment Process

There is no formal assessment. The trainer provides continuous assessment throughout the day.

Certification

The student will receive an A4 certificate of completion which is valid for 3 years.

About the Facilitator

Danielle Bridge founded ABC Life Support in 2010 after working for St John Ambulance for a number of years prior to starting a family. Her aim was to set up a first aid training company for all to access. The CIC model fitted her vision to be able to deliver to everybody regardless of their socioeconomic limitations.

ABC life support provides impactful and interactive first aid training for all. Courses are practical with
real life scenarios that are specific to the types of incidents that learners may come across in their lives at work or at home.

Cost

Free for Hunts Forum and CCVS members. Non-members will be charged. To discuss costs for non-members email Keith Johnson at keith@huntsforum.org.uk for details and to book.

Additional details

Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) is designed for low-risk workplaces. It can also be used for staff required to be emergency first aiders or to support a designated first aider trained via the First Aid at Work course.

Booking

For more information and to book click here

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