Emergency First Aid at Work
The Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course is ideal for anyone needing a regulated First Aid Training qualification. This covers accidents and emergencies which could happen in the workplace. Valid for 3 years.
Course Duration – 1 Day
• The Roles and Responsibilities of a first aider
• Preventing cross-infection
• Contents of a first aid box
• Recording incidents and actions
• Assessing the situation. Acting safely, promptly and effectively in an emergency
• Unconscious casualty
• Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
• Choking casualty
• Minor injuries
• Burns and scalds
• Major illness including heart attack, stroke, epilepsy, asthma, diabetes
Training Provider Overview
Whats the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of a first aid course? Boring? Mundane? We hear you!!! We've been on so many of these courses over the years and we've been sat staring at the clock wishing it was over. The thing is first aid is actually really interesting and fun. CPR is the most important life saving skill you can learn. We have designed our courses to be interactive with lots of hands on practical learning, games, quizzes and friendly trainers. We have created the perfect learning environment. There is no written test at the end of our course, we assess as we go.
First Stop Safety Training are a first aid company based in Dundee and Edinburgh. We travel throughout Scotland, no place too far. We deliver all work place first aid courses including 3 day First Aid at Work, Emergency First Aid at Work, Defibrillator courses and Annual refresher.
We pride ourselves in being specialists in the field of paediatrics delivering accredited Paediatrics Workplace Qualifications. We have created 2 bespoke classes. Our Tiny Lives Baby & Child First Aid Courses and our Tiny Medics Kids First Aid Classes. These classes are extremely popular and we love teaching them. Our Tiny Lives course is aimed at new and expectant parents where our Tiny Medics is for children and can be modified depending on the children's age. We have been teaching Tiny Medics to various brownie groups and they have been such good fun.
We provide on-site training where one of our experienced and qualified trainers will visit you and customise the course to your business. We also offer courses from premises across Scotland for individual or smaller bookings. We guarantee your business will be cared for in a friendly manner by one of our expert trainers.
FAIB accredited First Aid at Work and Emergency First Aid at Work qualifications available. Check out our courses section for a full list of what we can offer.
Training Provider Contact Details
Our aim is to deliver the best quality first aid training in the UK. We strive for perfection and any feedback is acted upon helping us to improve.
Our quality assurance comes in the form of our external accreditation. First Stop Safety Training takes quality assurance seriously and are a member of the First Aid Industry Body (FAIB) & ISOQAR. Through our governing body FAIB we are able to tailor courses to our clients needs. FAIB allow us to move with current practice in the industry long before other awarding organisations.
First Stop Safety Training is accredited to ISO 9001. ISO 9001 is nothing to do with first aid, instead it is an international standard of quality management.
This helps us ensure a consistent, high levels of quality, not just in our training delivery but also how we operate as a business. There is no obligation for a service provider to gain ISO 9001 accreditation. This accreditation allows us to benefit the customer by directing our business around customer satisfaction. We adhere to statutory and regulatory requirements within our industry and have a process of continuous improvement.
- Our instructors are of the highest standard who have achieved all necessary qualifications.
- Have considerable experience with over 21 years in the industry. Our instructors know there field inside out creating several paths of knowledge
- Courses are delivered with passion to keep customers interested. Instructional methods are used to suit specific lessons. New lessons are explained through the use of games, study groups and different types of media.
- Create a positive learning environment. Listening to customers, responding with courtesies and making positive statements as often as possible.
We collect feedback through questionnaires to obtain an overall measure of the attitudes and opinions of the customers. Knowing what customers want allows us to develop as a company delivering to customers requirements.