What is First Aid?
First Aid is the immediate care given to an injured or suddenly ill person.
First Aid is temporary assistance until competent medical care.
First Aid may mean the difference between life and death.
First Aid Training
We offer a full range of first aid training programmes, taught by certified instructors who can tailor a course and provide guidance to help increase participants skill retention.
To raise the awareness of employees to the hazards and risks associated with the safe handling and use of hazardous substances and the need to control their exposure. It will also ensure that they have an understanding of:
Relevant legislation and risk assessments
Control measures including Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
General first aid:
First Aid at Work - 3 day course
First Aid at Work Requalification - 2 day course for those whose first aid at work certification is due to expire
Emergency First Aid - a one-day (six hours) course for workplaces where a risk assessment indicates that emergency first aid knowledge only is sufficient.
First aid for work with children and young adults:
Anaphylaxis First Aid - 4 hours
Paediatric First Aid - 12 hours
Schools First Aid - 6 hours
Automated External Defibrillation - 2 hours
First aid for work with older people:
First Aid for Old People - 1 day course
Baby First Aid Kits
We also sell Baby First Aid Kits
For further information on our courses and pricing structure, please call one of our training advisors on 01539 437436 or use our enquiry form. Visit www.iema.net for more information.
We work with a large number of companies and recognise that organisations have very different training needs. We are committed to providing a memorable and measurable training experience. We appreciate the pressures faced by businesses. Our specialist training teams deliver specific solutions to reflect the industry within which you and your firm operates.