Whether working in a high hazard or low hazard environment, first aid is invaluable for both you and your workplace. The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. These Regulations apply to all workplaces including those with less than five employees and to the self-employed. In the event of an accident are you or your employees prepared to assist any casualties? Do you or your employees have the relevant knowledge and training?
Here at Logistics Training Services, we strongly believe it makes good business sense to provide appropriate first aid training to employees and there are many benefits of this. First aid allows those trained to assist an injured or ill person during an emergency situation; this not only benefits employees but the company as a whole. We are aware that not all workplaces require the same course or content as others therefore we provide various courses of first aid training to suit our customers.
This course is designed for candidates who would want the role as first aider in their workplace. Successful candidates will learn to manage a variety of injuries and illnesses which may occur at work and will be fully equipped with skills required to give emergency first aid. As this is a regulated qualification, employers can enrol employees on this course with the assurance they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities of providing quality first aid training.
This course is designed for candidates who would want the role as first aid in their workplace. Successful candidates will be equipped with the essential skills needed to give safe, prompt and effective first aid in emergency situations. As this is regulated qualification employers can enrol employees on this course with the assurance that they have fulfilled their legal responsibilities of providing quality first aid training.
This course is specifically designed for qualified first aiders to renew their first aid at work certification when it is due to expire. This two-day course will give candidates the opportunity to practice essential first aid procedures as well as updating them with the latest techniques for dealing with emergency situations and managing injuries and illnesses in the workplace. As this is regulated qualification, employers can enrol employees on this course with the assurance they have the fulfilled their legal responsibilities of providing quality first aid training.
The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Statutory Framework requires all early years providers in England to have at least one person who has a current and full paediatric first aid certificate on the premises and available at all times when children are present. As a result of this, this particular course has been specifically designed to meet the criteria set by the Department of Education’s EYFS Framework. This course is ideal for:
Upon successful completion of the course candidates will have the knowledge and understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a paediatric first aider. This course will equip candidates with the necessary skills to administer safe and effective treatment when dealing with a range of paediatric first aid situations.
* Newly qualified entrants to an early years setting who have completed a level 2 and/or level 3 qualification on or after the 30th June 2016, must also have either a full paediatric first aid or an emergency paediatric first aid certificate within three months of starting work.
This course has been designed those responsible for providing care casualties where the administration of emergency oxygen maybe required. Candidates will learn about the clinical need for emergency oxygen and the safety considerations of this, as well as how to administer emergency oxygen when dealing with a range of conditions. Upon successful completion, candidates will have the knowledge and skills needed to administer emergency oxygen both safely and effectively
* this qualification confirms candidates have met both the theoretical and practical requirements, however, this does not imply a ‘license to practice’ – the scope of practice is determined by the organisation responsible for oxygen provision. This qualification does not allow candidates to obtain, store or administer oxygen without clinical governance.