Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) Training
The 1 day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course will provide a specific set of practical skills that are required by emergency first aiders in many working environments.
Those who undertake our EFAW course will experience a full day of in-depth focused training which will result in those trained by us being confident and skilled, ready to respond to emergency First Aid incidents as required in their work place.
The EFAW course that we provide meets the standards set out by the Health and Safety Regulations (1981).
This course is suitable for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments.
If your place of business and working environment has been identified as having additional hazards and risks then we strongly recommend the First Aid at Work Course (FAW) which covers more comprehensively a range of injuries and illness that you may experience.
This course contains training exercises that are physically demanding. Any candidate unsure of their fitness should consult their doctor prior to booking the course.
EFAW Course content
- The role of the Nominated First Aider
- Priorities of a first Aider
- Managing and Emergency
- Recovery Position
- Basic Life Support
- Dealing with unconsciousness
- Causes of unconsciousness
- Control of Bleeding (minor and severe)
- Burns and Scalds
- First Aid Kits
RelyOn have delivered a number of Emergency First Aid at work and 3 day First Aid at Work training courses to our staff here onsite, which is much more practical for the size of our operation.
The training we have received is first class and staff leave confident in the new skills they have gained during the training and are awarded with a recognised valid qualification.
I have always found RelyOn to be responsive and flexible in meeting our business needs without fuss, operating with full transparency and accountability at all times, as such I strongly recommend RelyOn Services based on our continued experience with them.
J.R (Soft Services Supervisor) - Interserve FM