HSE Approved First Aid
at Work Refresher
Aim: This course is designed to renew and update people who already hold an HSE First Aid at Work certificate (from any approved provider)
Entry Requirements: Valid HSE First Aid Certificate
Course Duration: 1 Day / 6 hours
Course Content: Incident management First aider’s responsibilities Documentation Resuscitation Unconsciousness Choking Head Injuries Wounds & Bleeding Shock Medical conditions Fractures Thermal Injuries
Assessment/Certification: This course requires each delegate to successfully complete practical assessments by 2 independent assessors and a question paper. Following successful completion AMASS Medical and Security Services Ltd under Telemetric supervision of a.i.d. Training and Opperations will issue an HSE approved certificate, which is valid for 3 years.
First aid at work – security
Aim: This course is designed to train security personnel in the indepth knowledge and skills of first aid should an emergency occur.
Entry requirements: none
Course duration: 5 days
Course content: First aid priorities, managing incidents, basic life support, examination of a casualty, unconsciousness, control of bleeding, fractures, common illness, penetrating and blunt trauma, burns and scalds, heart attacks, eye injuries, dressings, regulations, recording and reporting, first aid kits, specialist equipment.
Assessment: This course requires each delegate to successfully complete practical assessments by 2 independent assessors and a question paper. Following successful completion Amass medical and security services under telemetric supervision of Aid Training and operations will issue an HSE approved certificate, which is valid for 3 years.
First responder course
Aim: The aim of this course is to further the knowledge and skills of the first aider, and to promote further understanding of the patient and their condition.
Entry Requirements: An indate First Aid at work certificate or equivalent.
Course duration: 5 days
Course content: Mechanism of injury, head injuries, chest trauma, medical emergencies, shock, patient assessment, airway management, abdominal trauma, spinal injuries/spinal immobilisation, realistic scenarios, thermal trauma and oxygen therapy.
Assessment/certification: This course is continuously monitored and assessed. This course is fully approved by the Royal College of Surgeons. All assessment and certification will be undertaken by an HSE, independent instructor/examiner