First Aid

The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 require a risk assessment of your workplace. The Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 as amended by The Health & Safety (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2002 require a First Aid risk assessment & suitable provisions. It does not have to be formal but will help you decide if your first aid provision is adequate. It also provides justification for your actions, if an accident investigation should question your organisation.

You are responsible for making sure that your employees receive immediate attention if they are taken ill or are injured at work. Accidents and illness can happen at any time and first aid can save lives and prevent minor injuries from becoming major ones.


You must make appropriate first-aid arrangements for your workplace. In doing so you should consider the circumstances of your workplace, workforce and the health and safety risks that may be present to help you decide what arrangements you need to put in place.

Courses Available

  • First Aid at Work (FAW) (3days)

  • Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) (1day)

  • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) (1 hour)

  • First Aid at Work (FAW) Revalidation (2 days)

  • First Aid at Work (FAW) Annual Refresher (1/2 Day)

  • Pediatric First Aid Training (2 days)

  • All of our training is delivered in your workplace.

  • Each course is for up to 12 delegates.

  • Certificates provided

  • If your workplace involves “Medium Risk” work for example chemicals, electrical equipment, hot surfaces, cutting tools, machinery, etc. your staff should be supported by the First Aid at Work Certificate.

  • First Aid at Work (a 3-day course) can be delivered over three consecutive days or split for example, one day per week

    for three weeks.