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First Aid Requirements & Riddor

First Aid Requirements & Riddor

IHS26
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.

This programme is designed to be used by managers to help decide what first aid personnel they require. It also explains what has to be reported to RIDDOR, who should do this and how.First aid can save lives and prevent minor injuries becoming major ones, so having people with the right training in the right places is essential for the safety of your staff.

RIDDOR stands for Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995 - these govern the reporting of accidents at work. This training programme is designed to be used in conjunction with First Aid Appointed Person in the Workplace.This title is specifically for work environments with a relatively small number of employees, and where the risks are low.

Key Features & Benefits of this Course

Complete this course online in just 15 minutes

Concise and easy to follow End of course test and printable certificate

Free trial, online demo and bulk discounts available

 

First Aid Requirements and RIDDOR Course Contents

1. Health and Safety Requirements First aid is all about dealing with an illness or injury quickly. But the number of first aiders and their level of training depends on how much risk there is, who the employees are and how many people work in a particular area.In this section we look at how you decide what is needed in your workplace. And we look at what training they need.

2. RIDDOR RIDDOR stands for the Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations. Certain injuries and illnesses MUST be reported to RIDDOR and in this section we look at what needs to be reported and how this is done. This section includes Reportable Injuries, Occupational Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences.

Video Length:15

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