HABC First Aid at Work, AED & CPR
Highfield Level 2 International Award in Emergency First Aid at Work, CPR and AED | HABC First Aid
The Level 2 International Award in Emergency First Aid at Work is a qualification aimed at providing learners with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to support emergency first aid in the workplace. The HABC Level 2 International Award in Emergency First Aid at Work is accredited and recognized internationally and has been developed to protect customers, brand reputation and profits.
Many People are often reluctant to administer First Aid treatment because of the fear that they may face legal action if they do something wrong. If you stay within the boundaries of your first aid training you cannot be held legally responsible for any adverse outcome.
As a first aider in the work place you have a contractual obligation to administer first aid to other employees and members or the public if your employer identifies this within the company’s assessment of First Aid. Remember that any assistance you can offer to someone who is injured or taken ill, can only benefit that person.
Approvals and Certifications
This qualification has been developed specifically for those who wish to become an emergency first-aider and use a defibrillator.
Learners gaining this qualification will know basic emergency first-aid procedures and will be able to use a defibrillator correctly. The topics covered will help to maintain good practice in safe, prompt and effective emergency first-aid treatment of individuals.
Course Outline :
- Responsibilities of First Aiders
- Assessing an incident site
- Managing an unresponsive casualty
- The respiratory system
- CPR & AED
- Dealing with different types of Injuries
- Managements of – Wounds, Bleeding, Shock & Seizures
Why choose Save Fast?
Save Fast, a leading health and safety training company in the UAE, ensures that companies and their employees are equipped with the skills and confidence to do their job safely and effectively. In addition, we ensure compliance with international and local health and safety legislation.