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First Aid Appointed Person In The Workplace

First Aid Appointed Person In The Workplace

IHS25
Train up to 5 per year
£100.00

Train up to 20 per year
£150.00

Train up to 50 per year
£300.00

Train up to 100 per year
£450.00

This online training programme is sold on a 12-month subscription basis. Extra training credits can be purchased if necessary if you use up all your credits before the 12 month period is over.

For many smaller low risk companies, the legal minimum for first aid provision is to have someone in their company who simply looks after first aid - this is the First Aid Appointed Person.

This e-learning programme explains exactly what the role of First Aid Appointed Person requires a member of staff to do, as well as introducing best practice in the event of an accident or injury at work.

It is intended that this programme is used alongside First Aid Requirements in the Workplace (including RIDDOR). This programme will indicate the need for a first aid appointed person, as well as explaining the benefits to your organisation. Free trial and online demo available.


Key Features & Benefits of this Course

Complete this course online in just 20 minutes
Comply with the First Aid Regulations 1981
End of course test and printable certificate
Free trial, online demo and bulk discounts available

First Aid Appointed Person in the Workplace Course Contents


1. Health and Safety Requirements

This section looks at how the decision to have a first aid appointed person was made. It explains their role and duties. It looks at the accident record book, confidentiality, making sure all staff know how first aid is handled and it looks at what should be in the first aid kit.


2. Dealing with an Emergency

This explains exactly what must be done in a first aid emergency situation. It tells the first aid appointed person what to look out for, so that they can tell the emergency services what they need to know and it explains how to call the emergency services.

It encourages a calm, confident, assurance in the first aid appointed person – the last thing a casualty needs is to see someone panic and look like they don’t know what to do! 

Video Length:20

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