The Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course is designed to provide employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to handle a wide range of work-related emergency situations. The course covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and specific topics such as minor cuts, grazes, splinters, and burns, choking, shock, wounds and bleeding, diabetes, asthma, fractures, strokes, anaphylactic shock, heart attacks, angina, and unconscious colleagues.
Depending on the outcome of the first aid risk assessment, some businesses may only require emergency training, in which case our one-day EFAW course is sufficient, and first aiders only need to receive the EFAW qualification. Other businesses may require more extensive training for the FAW qualification.
Throughout the course, candidates will be assessed by their trainer to ensure that all learning outcomes are achieved. Successful learners will receive an FAIB-accredited EFAW qualification.
Overall, our Emergency First Aid at Work Course provides a practical and comprehensive training option for employees looking to gain essential first aid skills and knowledge in the workplace. With its focus on specific work-related situations, participants will have the confidence to effectively respond to a variety of emergency situations.