Emergency First Aid For Forestry Workers
Is the one day emergency first aid at work for forestry workers course for me?
What is covered in the one day emergency first aid for forestry workers at work course?
This course is for those businesses that need to have one or more staff that hold a workplace first aid qualification so the employer can meet their requirements under the First Aid at Work regulations and have additional requirements because of the work they do such as forestry workers, carpentry workers, arborists, tree fellers. It will enable the participants to provide emergency First Aid to a casualty.
All our courses are delivered, evaluated and quality assured to meet the new guidelines set out by the HSE and meets all the requirements of the First Aid at Work (First Aid) regulations 1981 and subsequent 2016 changes.
All our first aid courses fully meet the current UK and European Resuscitation Council Guidelines as per the HSE requirements.
The Emergency first aid At Work for Forestry Workers has additional subjects included to comply with the latest HSE and ERC guidelines, including Tourniquets and Haemostatic dressings.
This version of the EFAW course also includes the extra subjects required by the Forestry Commission to include extra subjects covered include severe cuts like chainsaws, crush injuries, Hypothermia and Lyme Disease.
This course requires a minimum of 7 hours and is delivered over one day at a convenient local location.
Can I do the emergency first aid at work course online or onsite?
How much does the emergency first aid at work for forestry workers course cost?
This course is £130.00 per person. This is the total amount you pay. There are no hidden extras or VAT to pay on top of this. You pay only the amount shown!
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