Whether you work in an office, a gym or a retail shop, a first aid at work qualification is an absolute must for any company.
It is the legal duty of the employer to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate assistance if they suddenly become ill or injure themselves at work.
Prompt, safe and effective first aid can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming more serious.
“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” (HSE).
Interested in learning First Aid?
We provide in house first aid training courses for workplaces. This format is usually a class of 12 delegates and includes professional instruction, including practical demonstrations, role play and discussions. Upon course completion all delegates are awarded an accredited certificate which is valid for 3 years.
However, if there are minimal numbers we also run open courses in High Wycombe and Marlow on a regular basis. You can find dates and times of these courses on our website. Alternatively, feel free to email us for details.
See what some of our clients have to say about our workplace first aid training…
“Faisal is a very professional trainer. This is the third Emergency First Aid at Work I have been on (required as a sports coach) and it is by far the best one I have attended. Lots of practical, focused topic areas and generally enjoyable and informative. Faisal is an accomplished trainer. Highly recommended.”
“I took a one day first aid training course with Faisal to assist my Quaker community. The course was well structured, very interactive, easy to follow and I found Faisal’s training style to be engaging, informative and fun. I learned more with him in one day than I did on a previous 3 day course run by a national organisation. I cannot recommend this course highly enough”
(PJ Van Zetten)