First Aid Appointed Person Training
This online training course is designed for the use of an organisation’s First Aid Appointed Person(s) and helps them to work towards compliance with The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981.
The 20 minute course aims to help them understand legislation surrounding their role, their responsibilities, and what information they need when speaking to emergency services.
In this course you will learn:
- Your duties and responsibilities as a first aid appointed person, and how to perform them.
- How to communicate illness and injury to the emergency services, and what evidence and information to include.
- The details of the First Aid Regulation 1981, and your responsibilities towards compliance.
This course consists of two sections:
Section 1: health and safety requirements
The first section of this course introduces the role of the first aid appointed person, including their duties and responsibilities, how and why to use an accident record book, and the importance of confidentiality. It also itemises what can be found inside a first aid kit.
Section 2: dealing with an emergency
The second section is dedicated to what a first aid appointed person should do in an emergency; the process of calling the emergency services and what information to provide. It also explores some of the required skills of a first aider, including the ability to remain calm under pressure.
About the Course
The First Aid Appointed Person training course is designed to explain the role and responsibilities of the first aid appointed person; a person dedicated to managing first aid within an organisation. This position is the legal minimum for first aid provision in the majority of small, low-risk businesses.
This course is split into two sections. The first looks at the general role of the first aid appointed person; what their duties are, how to use an accident book, and the items that should be available in the organisation’s first aid box. The second section focuses on what this role means in an emergency. It offers guidance for how to communicate with the emergency services and what information you can gather to help them.
Available in 31 languages, the course takes around 20 minutes to complete.
All courses translated into over 30 languages.