How to Stay Safe on the Job

To reduce liability and lower risk, you need to make sure your personnel is trained in first aid courses. Doing so will help you meet both your work and HSE requirements. The courses that are featured range from one half-day to three-day sessions. All the participants receive a handbook and certificate that will stay in force for three years.

Types of Health and Safety Courses

Some of the courses that are featured for health and safety training in SG1 include the following:

  • Basic life support, including the safe use of an AED (automated external defibrillator)
  • CPR and AED (level 2 course)
  • Emergency first aid
  • Emergency paediatric first aid
  • First aid at work
  • First aid at work – requalification
  • Management of anaphylaxis

Goals of Learning Basic Life Support and AED

Basic life support is a popular course as heart conditions claim thousands of lives annually. In these events, the patient may have been saved if a defibrillator had been used. Therefore, the objectives of a basic life support that include the use of an AED include the following:

  • Obligations and reporting
  • Evaluating an event
  • Managing an unresponsive person
  • Controlling infection
  • Practicing resuscitation
  • Learning the functions of the AED
  • Learning the defibrillation steps
  • Practicing specific safety measures

How to Book Training

This one half-day course covers four hours and typically is presented to 12 delegates. You can conveniently book a health and safety course online to set up training for your staff at any given time. You can also contact the training provider over the phone.


 

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