First aid at work training
The right knowledge can save lives
Workplace incidents where people get hurt or injured will always happen but having a trained first aider on hand can make a world of difference and could save lives.
Our first aid courses provide practical ‘hands on’ learning, combined with theoretical knowledge, and are designed to develop ability and instil confidence in the workplace first aider.
Our experienced team of first aid trainers will help your employees attain the highest levels required for workplace competency and will ensure your business is fully compliant with current legislation.
Undertaking a first aid course can also empower the employee with the knowledge that may help save the lives of colleagues, family or friends – and other people they come into contact with.
Compliance with first aid at work legislation is statutory for all UK businesses. Whether a workplace requires a three day course or a one day course, will depend on its risk assessment. Please visit the HSE website – www.hse.gov.uk/firstaid for more information.
Our effective and affordable first aid at work training courses are:
Courses can be delivered at MOHS’s training centre in West Bromwich or onsite at a client’s premises (group training sessions only).
To book a course or for more information, contact Michelle Nicholls on 0121 601 4041 / email@example.com
Changes to first aid at work regulations
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) no longer approves training providers Guidance documents have been issued by the HSE to clarify legal requirements and provide practical help to organisations when they are assessing their first aid needs.
As a quality training provider, MOHS complies with all the standards and legal obligations required to deliver the right first aid at work training.
This includes meeting all the requirements of the proforma checklist (devised by the HSE to help employers evaluate the competence of first aid training providers).
To see a copy of this proforma checklist, please visit www.hse.gov.uk/pubn/geis3.pdf