One Day Emergency First Aid at Work (Sheffield)

30th January 2012

Course Overview This course is ideal for smaller workplaces that present few health and safety risks.

This Course is designed to meet the recommendations of the The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981. Formerly the 'Appointed Person's' course, it is ideal for nominated emergency First Aiders or any individual who wants a comprehensive one day first aid training course. Candidates will be continuously assessed by the instructor and awarded a 3 year Certificate on successful completion Benefits The candidate will gain essential knowledge of how to deal with basic emergency procedures in the workplace. The course will assist employers to meet the new first aid at work regulations. However this is not a replacement for, or a substitute for, the 3 day First Aid at Work (FAW) course. Materials - Full course notes provided Lunch - Lunch & Refreshments provided Cost for non-members - £114+VAT Cost for members - £95+VAT Booking Email -

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