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First Aid e-Learning Module

It is every employer’s responsibility to have first aid measures in place, regardless of how many employees it may have. This awareness course will outline its role in the workplace, the underlying laws behind it and covers the main injuries that may present itself. This course will not qualify you as a first aider and is meant as a introduction to what the role of a first aider is and the responsibilities involved are.

The course has a multiple-choice test at the end and successful delegates will get a downloadable certificate to show they have completed and understood the contents of this course.

  • Introduction To Basic First Aid
  • First Aid At Work
  • First Aid Regulations
  • First Aid Provision
  • First Aid Room
  • Emergency First Aid
  • Emergency Medical And First Aid Procedures
  • D is for DANGERS
  • R is for RESPONSE
  • A is for AIRWAY
  • B is for Breathing
  • Primary Survey And Actions To Be Taken
  • Casualty - Unconscious And Breathing
  • Casualty - Unconscious And Non-Breathing Casualty
  • Unconscious And Non-Breathing Casualty (cont)
  • Basic Vital Signs - Breathing, Heart Rate And Temperature
  • Injuries
  • External Bleeding
  • Internal Bleeding
  • Shock
  • Sprains And Strains
  • Know How To Get Help
  • How To Summon Your Workplace First Aider

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