Emergency First Aid at Height

1 day

1:8 Trainer to Learner Ratio

Course code: EFAH

Training delivered at your site or ours

This course is aimed at anyone who works at or may respond to an incident at height where a casualty may require first aid. The Emergency First Aid at Height course is designed to compliment a safe work at height qualification and a site rescue plan.
This course includes the regulated Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF).

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Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for anyone who works at height or is part of an emergency response to an incident at height; this may include: engineers, supervisors, emergency response teams or existing site first aiders.

Prerequisites

Course participants must be a minimum of 18 years old and medically fit and healthy. Learners will require a valid safe work at height qualification, an industrial rescue qualification is desirable. Learners will also be required to provide proof of identity at the start of their training.

Content

This course covers the Emergency First Aid at Work syllabus as detailed in the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 including electric shock, crush and burns. The course also covers key at height issues such as casualty assessment at height, suspension syndrome and major bleeding. The course is a mix of classroom and scenario learning, where possible the course will include elements at height. Each Learner will receive a first aid manual for reference.

Assessment

The course is assessed by multi choice assessment, question and answer as well as the practical demonstration of skill.

Certification

Successful learners will be issued with a STC Emergency First Aid at Height certificate of competence alongside a separate QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) valid for three years; annual refreshers are recommended.