First Aid at Work


Aim of the Course
The aim of the course is to train employees of organisations to become competent first-aiders in the workplace, in accordance with the Health and Safety (First Aid) Regulations.

Length and Structure of the Course
The course will take place over 3 days.

The hours of attendance on each of the three days will be from 09.15 AM to 4.45 PM, which includes a 45 minute break for lunch and 15 minutes for coffee/tea breaks.

Course Content
The following subjects will be taught on the course:-

  1. Resuscitation.
  2. Treatment and control of bleeding.
  3. Treatment of shock.
  4. Management of the unconscious casualty.
  5. Contents of first-aid boxes and their use.
  6. Recognition of illness.
  7. Treatment of injuries to bones, muscles and joints.
  8. Treatment of minor injuries.
  9. Treatment of burns and scalds.
  10. Treatment of eye injuries.
  11. Poisons.
  12. Simple record keeping and reporting.
  13. Personal hygiene in treating wounds.
  14. Communication and delegation in an emergency.

Course Cost: 180 KD per participant

Course Date: 10 – 12 October 2010

Interested candidate is kindly requested to contact 997 667 08 for registrations or more information

About Debaawy
Mohamed AL Debaawy is a Kuwait-based Egyptian national, with a wide exposure to Arabic and Non-Arabic cultures. He speaks Arabic and English – fluently. Result oriented with an influential approach to Learning & Development function. Have a clear contribution into HR & Service Line strategic plans by linking its strategic goals and objectives with the overall HR & Business Strategy which develop a competent and talented workforce; available at all times to feed into the existing operational and growing needs of the business.

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