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First Aid Training Widnes

First Aid Training Widnes

It’s important to have a good understanding of first aid at work. Your designated employee first aiders or responsible persons for first aid should have the necessary knowledge and training in first aid. Not only is it a legal requirement, but it also serves as a safety measure to ensure the protection of employees, prevent accidents or injuries, and provide immediate first aid and life-saving care if needed.

First Aid Training Widnes

Our consultants are accredited to run courses by Qualsafe, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (CIEH), Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and Highfield awarding body for Compliance (Highfield ABC). The emphasis on every first aid training course is to allow participants to become confident in their skills through a range of theory and practical sessions as well as continuing assessment and feedback from the trainer.

Whether you need the full 3 Day First Aid at Work course, the 1 Day Emergency First Aid at Work or the 2 Day Paediatric First Aid Training, by law you only have to provide first aid to employees. Furthermore, this includes people undertaking work experience or on training schemes.

First Aid Training delivered in Widnes

We have first aid courses available in Widnes to suit a variety of different levels of training and experience, from single-day appointed persons or refresher courses, to more extensive and in-depth courses.

Training delivered to all Business sectors in Widnes including:

  • Queensway Industrial Park
  • Catalyst Trade Park
  • Venture Fields Trade & Industrial Park
  • Hale Bank
  • Hough Green
  • Cuerdley Cross

Please visit the Emergency First Aid at Work updates from the HSE for latest First Aid updates and useful information.

First Aid Training Widnes – For more information on our first aid courses please email us or alternatively, call us on 0151 515 0416 and ask to speak with one of our Training Consultants.

 

If an employer has identified that first-aiders are needed in their workplace, accordingly they must ensure that those identified to be first first aiders undertake training appropriate to the need – typically this may be First aid at work (FAW) or Emergency first aid at work (EFAW):

  • EFAW training enables a first-aider to give emergency first aid to someone who is injured or becomes ill while at work.
  • FAW training includes EFAW and also equips the first-aider to apply first aid to a range of specific injuries and illnesses.
  • Employers may also identify some other level or standard of training that is appropriate to their needs.