Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW)
Emergency First Aid at Work Training prepares individuals to provide treatment in emergency situations when a person injures themselves or falls ill.
Emergency First Aid at Work Course Details
The Emergency First Aid Training, also known as EFAW, is a level 2 training course which is part of obtaining the Emergency First Aid at Work Certificate.
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The course prepares you to handle emergency situations and provide treatment to individuals who fall ill or injure themselves. EFAW is the most common type of First Aid Training and only takes 1-day to complete. It involves a mix of theory and practical work. There is no exam at the end of the course and it is assessed during class by the certified tutor.
Regardless of profession, First Aid is an indispensable skill to have. Not only are the techniques acquired transferable in many places of work, they are also useful in everyday life. This course for anyone who has an interest in first aid, or for employees who require the training for work due to the environment they work in. If you wish to make your working environment safer by knowing how to help in emergency situations, look no further!
The Emergency First Aid At Work Certificate is valid for 3 years and is issued by your First Aid training provider. The course is in compliance with the Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
Health and Safety Regulations of 1981 outline that it is an employer's responsibility to ensure staff have access to "adequate" first aid treatment. Having Certified First Aiders can satisfy this criteria and make a workplace safer for everyone.
Emergency First Aid at Work Course Content
The Level 2 Emergency First Aid at Work Training Course is 1-day long and prepares you for how to respond in emergency situations.
The EFAW Training covers the following topics:
✅ Taking charge and summoning help
✅ Priorities in First Aid
✅ Controlling Bleeding
✅ Burns and Scalds
The Emergency First Aid at Work Training Course is assessed by the class participation. Your training provider will observe your understanding of the course material. You simply have to pay attention and participate. You will be provided with all the support necessary in order to pass.