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We specialize in providing First Aid at work Training and certification:
We specialize in providing Fire Safety at work Training certification and assessments:
Our First Aid at Work course complies with the current Health & Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 and is approved by the HSE. We have made your learning experience unique, informative and fun!
Successful candidates receive a certificate showing their qualification as a First Aider in the work place which is valid for three years. The HSE recommend that a First Aider should attend annual refresher training to maintain their skills and knowledge.
Who should attend?
A person who has been designated or volunteered as a First Aider at work. All employers in the U.K. have a legal obligation to make First Aid provision for their employees.
The Regulatory Reform Order 2005 requires every workplace to make plans for dealing with a fire or related emergency. This course will provide basic knowledge and understanding of fire, and fire fighting. This course can be further enhanced with the inclusion of practical fire extinguisher training if required.
Who should attend?
All employees would benefit from this course
A certificate of attendance is issued on completion
First Aid and more has a wide range of expertise in delivery of fire safety training & first aid training.
Fire Safety Audits + Fire Risk Assessments
Fire Safety & Extinguisher Training + Fire Marshal Training
Fire risk assessment reports have been design to be user friendly
Trainers deliver a range of courses using exciting and fun training methods.
We can come to you and train on-site or individuals can attend one of our open First Aid courses.
Equip yourself and your staff with essential life saving skills:
Keep your company compliant with the rules and regulations for first aid provisions in the workplace:
Qualified Trauma Technician
First aid & more Ltd.
Director2002 - Current
Trauma Technician1990 - 2002
De La Salle Sixth Form College, Salford1986 - 1988
Clubs and Associations
Member of "The Association of First Aiders"