With increasing number of newly opened companies more and more people are getting employed. Among these billions of workers some are getting injured every now and then. The extent of injury may range from small cuts to serious attacks.
This has raised a new point of concern for everybody. In this context some health organizations have come up with innovative short effective first aid at work courses, to overcome the problem.
These courses consists theoretical and practical trainings that are necessary to become a confident first aider at work. After going through these trainings trainees have both the ability and knowledge to deal with first aid emergencies.
Different government and world health organizations are approving different institutes around the world to carry on the first aid training courses. Through these courses people receive thorough first aid training and become capable of getting selected as workplace first aiders.
The courses cover topics like accidents and illness, how to use first aid kit, simple record keeping, and treatment in case there is an unconscious casualty, heart attack cases.
It also trains how to tackle cases that happen very often like resuscitation, shock, choking, bleeding, burns and scalds, poisoning, ordinary and severe fractures, seizures, asthma cases, severe allergic reaction, eye injuries, situations due to low blood sugar and also fainting.
Instructors have an individualized approach based on the abilities, ages and need of each candidate and focus on training on injury prevention, learning styles and a variety of instructional techniques.
After going through the whole first aid training courses successfully and clearing the final assessment candidates receive an HSE approved certificate, which is valid for three years. These courses are legally compliant with the current Health and Safety (first aid) Regulations 1981.
After successful completion first aiders receive certificate which allow them to practice for three years. After which a re-qualification course becomes necessary to continue the service. It is recommended that you update your skills by going through an annual refresher course.