Occupational First Aid

Occupational First Aid

Occupational First Aid

Provides students with ability to recognize and treat the following:
First aid in the workplace
Cardiac First Response (see other summary sheet)
Patient assessment
Respiratory Emergencies
Wounds and Bleeding
Altered level of consciousness
Musculo-skeletal injuries
Burns, scalds and electric shock

This course also covers Paediatric content for infants, children and adults. Recognised by Tusla.

It also covers CPR and the use of the very important AED (Defibrillator) device, which can be so important in the initial minutes following cardiac arrest. Plenty of practical work and multi-choice question exam, with external assessor carrying out the final assessment. Ideal course for workers and people involved in sports.

Three Days (24 Hours) which can be consecutive or held to suit the participants.

Max Number of Students: 10

FETAC level 5 credit in Occupational First Aid, which is in compliance with the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2007.