HABC Emergency First Aid for The Construction EnvironmentDownload PDF
This course has been developed from the content generally accepted for Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) qualifications.
With particular emphasis placed upon workplace injuries typically associated with the industry, this qualification is an ideal replacement for the typical EFAW qualification, providing specificity towards more common injuries sustained on site, and improving the effectiveness of the training.
Upon completion, students will have have an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of individuals in relation to first aid, how to execute those responsibilities, in addition to a better understanding of legislation in the workplace.
Please note: we are currently only running private Emergency First Aid for Construction Environments courses for groups or organisations within the industry. Please contact us online or call 01792 585868 for information including pricing and availability
- Roles and responsibilities
- First aid equipment
- Infection control
- Primary and secondary survey (to include catastrophic bleeding, recovery position, CPR and AED)
- Wounds and bleeding
- Anaphylaxis (to include epi-pen training)
- Heart attack
- Head injuries
- Spinal injuries
This course is designed to provide more detailed, specific knowledge to first aiders in the construction environment.
This course is assessed by both practical & exam based means.