First Aid Risk Assessment Training

Course Name: Essentials Of Conducting A First Aid Risk Assessment

This online course explores the first aid risk assessment process. The course looks at the legal duties involved and how to identify what level of first aid provision is required. It is the employer’s responsibility to assess the level of first aid need for their organisation. This provision must be ‘adequate and appropriate in the circumstances’.

The Course Includes:

Comprehensive yet concise explanation

Certificate on completion

Simple login & user access

The latest industry best practice

Learning Outcomes:

Identify the hazards present within the work environment that may require first aid

Learn the degree of risk presented by each hazard

Determine the current first aid arrangements that are in place

Examine what further first aid arrangements & training are required

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Essentials Of Conducting A First Aid Risk Assessment

£25.00 +VAT

Courses Price per Course
1 - 14 £25.00
15 - 24 £22.00
25 - 34 £20.00
35 - 44 £18.00
45 - 59 £15.00
60 - 69 £14.00
70 - 89 £12.00
90 - 99 £10.00
100 - 200 £9.50

About First Aid Risk Assessment Training

This awareness level training course is intended for anyone responsible for conducting first aid risk assessment needs within an organisation or a workplace.

The purpose of this course is to provide anyone tasked with conducting a risk assessment with the necessarily knowledge to complete an accurate assessment whilst maintaining compliance.

Why Is First Aid Risk Assessment Training Important?

Under the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, business owners have the legal obligation to:

  • Arrange appropriate first aid equipment
  • Arrange appropriate first aid facilities
  • Arrange skilled first aid personnel
  • Inform and educate workers on the first-aid arrangements

“An employer shall provide, or ensure that there are provided, such equipment and facilities as are adequate and appropriate in the circumstances for enabling first-aid to be rendered to his employees if they are injured or become ill at work.”

The Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981, Section 3 (1)

To ensure appropriate measures are in place, employers must carry out a first-aid risk assessment to determine first aid needs. This involves consideration of occupational hazards and risks. It also depends on the organisation’s size and other relevant factors.

A risk assessment will determine what equipment, facilities, and personnel are necessary to provide the appropriate level of care.

Course Outline

Single Module

15+ minutes

This course contains the following sections:

  • First Aid Risk Assessment – Part 1
  • First Aid Risk Assessment – Part 2
  • First Aid Equipment and Facilities
  • First Aid Training

Why Choose First Aid Risk Assessment Training with Human Focus?

Study any time & in bite-size sessions

Less costly than a classroom training

Discounts on volume purchases

Excellent trainee support

Ensures risk assessors understand their duties

Ensures individuals meet compliance with first aid risk assessment requirements

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First Aid Risk Assessment Training Certification

first aid risk assessment course certificate

End of Course Assessment

At the end of the course, users must complete an end of course assessment before earning their certification.

The end of course test is:

  • 100% online
  • Multiple choice

A score of 80% is required to pass the test.

Approved Certification

The downloadable printable certificate approved by IIRSM will be issued instantly on course completion.

What does my certificate include?

The first aid risk assessment certificate includes the Trainee’s name, Company name, Course name, Date of completion, Expiry date and name of the approval body.

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