Level 3 First Aid At Work Training Course RQF
Did you know that an estimated 555,000 workers in Britain sustained an injury at work in 2017/18?
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The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require all employers to make arrangements to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. This entails doing a risk assessment, assigning the necessary number of first aiders, and providing enough first aid training. However, having the proper first aid provision in the workplace is not only a legal necessity, but it is also critical for the safety of all employees!
The three-day qualification is specifically designed for individuals who wish to act as a first aider in their workplace. If you have a workplace in a high-risk company; construction, manufacturing, use machinery, or working at height, you will need one first aider for every 5 employees. If you have risk assessments at high risk you will need to have First Aid at Work qualified first aiders.
Failure to comply with the appropriate Health and Safety legislation can result in significantly being fined. The value of being able to stop someone from bleeding to death or perform life-saving CPR, on the other hand, is incomparable.
Furthermore, this is a regulated qualification. Where particularly businesses may schedule this course for their employees. Specifically, they are complying with their legal requirements to provide quality first aid training without having to go through any of the new HSE due diligence procedures.
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Why is it vital to know how to administer first aid?
- Reduce accidents and injuries in your workplace
- Quick reaction and speed in administrating first aid will help save lives
- Reduce the number of incidents by sufficient trained first aiders
- Become more confident and knowledgeable in treating someone
- Increases safety within the workplace; having first aid training promotes a sense of safety and well-being
- Reduce the cost to the employer; reduce staff absences and fines from HSE
- Complying with your risk assessment and audits
- First aid Training is a form of team-building activity
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