What type of First Aid Course are you looking for?

All European First Courses are based on the same standards from the European Resusciation Council. The difference between individual courses, is the specific content required by an organisation.

First Aid at Work course costs at a glance:

Higher hazard assessment: First Aid at Work (FAW)
Cost ex
Cost inc
First Aid at Work (FAW) initial course
260 ex VAT
First Aid at Work (FAW) requalifcation
175 ex VAT
Low hazard assessment: Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)
Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)
£105 ex VAT
Addtional training
£62.50 ex VAT
Annual refresher
£75.16 ex VAT

Courses can be scheduled to meet your business needs, allowing you to minimise distruption to your work flow and continue with your core business activities. Part Time course on morning/afternoon/evening sessions.

If a suitable date is not available, please contact us.

If you are a business and would like us to train you at your location, please contact us. Group discounts may be available.

EFR First Aid at Work Course information

The Emergency First Response (EFR) First Aid at Work (Great Britain) course is a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) approved first aid course for the purpose of meeting the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981. This programme meets the statutory needs of employers in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland needing at least one first aider on the premises.

The Emergency First Response First Aid at Work (Great Britain) course is customised to UK Resuscitation Council basic life support protocols and nationally accepted first aid protocols and is based upon proven instructor led delivery methods. The course has its own study/reference materials.

Which course do you need?

The minimal level of cover required can be determined by making a First Aid Assessment for your business, some of the points you should consider are below.

For further guidance the HSE publications are available as a free PDF:
First Aid at Work INDG214 rev2, amended 5/2014
First Aid at Work HSE regulations 1981, Approved Code of Practice L74 version 3, amended 2013

Considerations First aid requirements
The size of the organisation. The number of first aiders & level of training required.
The nature of the work and workplace hazards and risks. Increase the level of first aid training.
The nature of the workforce/level of experience. Provide additional first aid cover/equipment.
The organisation’s history of accidents. Regularly review previous assessments & increase cover/equipment if required.
The needs of travelling, remote and lone workers. Provide personal first aid kits/communication.
Out of hours work/shift patterns. Adequate first aid cover for staff.
The distribution of staff over a wide area. Sufficient cover at each location/floor.
The remoteness of site from Emergency Medical Services. Provide special arrangements, inform EMS.
Employees working on shared or multi-occupied sites. Who is providing cover?
Annual leave, planned absences of first-aiders. Sufficient number of first aiders available.
First-aid provision for non-employees. Sufficient insurance liability cover.

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