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Basic First Aid

Learning Outcomes Learners will be able to: 1 Describe the basic principles underpinning health and safety, to  include the concepts of prevention of risks and protection against hazards 2 Describe health and safety related issues in a familiar work or learning environment in the context of the tools, equipment and associated documentation 3 Define both employer and employee responsibilities for a familiar work or learning environment with regard to health and safety and accident prevention by referring to appropriate health and safety legislation for Ireland 4 Identify existing and potential health hazards and safety hazards in a familiar work or learning environment including who could be affected by the hazard and how 5 Group hazards by type, including physical, electrical, mechanical, chemical, psychological, and work related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) 6 Give examples of ergonomic risks in a familiar work or learning environment 7 Demonstrate the correct method of using a fire blanket elf bar engangs e cigaret bc 5000 puffs tranebaerdrueand fire fighting equipment 8 Participate in a fire drill following procedures correctly 9 Describe the procedures to be taken following an accident, including completion of the appropriate documentation and knowledge of roles and responsibilities

Course Details:

Duration:    3-4 days. 24 hours of training

Candidates per Course: 8

Certificate: Valid for 2 years.

Accreditation:  Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council. First Aid Certificate which complies with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 & General Applications Regulations 2007 is awarded to the participant.

Examples of areas covered in the course include the following;

  • Principals of First Aid ●Heart & Circulation ●Heart Attacks ●Stroke (CVA) ●Soft Tissue Injuries ●Asthma ●Scene Management ●Bleeding & Wounds ●Adult CPR
  • Eye Injuries ●Burns ●Spinal Injuries ●Casualty Assessment ●Respiratory System ●Fainting ●Sprains ●Diabetes ●First Aid Equipment ●Choking ●Head Injuries
  • Fractures ●Epilepsy

Each course will be streamlined to suit the workplace environment that the participants are working in.

Basic First Aid

PHECC First Aid Response