Training Courses in First Aid and Health & Safety

First In Attendance is the established choice for First Aid courses, and Health & Safety courses for business and home. We are approved by the First Aid Industry body registration number 1621/95 (070) to run first aid at work and paediatric first aid courses and to award the certificates earned. Our courses are run in Sussex and throughout the UK by our team of specialists in First Aid and Health & Safety training. The training courses are tailored to need where possible to make sure they reflect your requirements or culture. The courses can also be delivered from your premises if you have a group of people to train or you can attend one of the many training events we run all over the country. You can be reassured that you are working with tried and tested experts who will deliver a professional yet personal service.

What training do you need to meet your legal requirements?

It is easy to become confused by hearsay and speculation, particularly in regard to legislation. Contact us, and we’ll freely give you up to date information that will help you make informed choices about your legal first aid and health & safety requirements.
We’ll also let you know what your minimum requirements are for your first aid kits – and if you need to buy kits – we can supply those too.

How do you check for First Aid compliance in the workplace?

Below are some of the points that need to be considered. Contact us for more comprehensive help.

    Legislation Assessments.

    Has an assessment to identify significant risks been made in your workplace? Or are the findings being implemented? How long ago was an assessment of your first aid needs carried out in your workplace?

    Your people.

    Are there any specific risks related to your workplace or work activities? How often do incidents that require first aid occur in your workplace? Do you have many inexperienced workers at your business? Have you employees with disabilities or special health needs? Do you have appropriate cover in place when your trained first aiders are absent? During holidays, sickness, or regular travelling during working hours cover needs to be available.

    Your workplace.

    Do you occupy more than one site, or several floors? Is there a shift work system? Do you have the general public visiting your workplace? Is your location remote or do you have employees who work remotely? Have you got appropriate first aid equipment in every significant area in your workplace, as determined by a risk assessment / HSE guidance?