First Aid For All Limited is a small family business delivering affordable training courses. We have a number of staff over 60 and one Director is over 70: we are taking Coronavirus very seriously.
Here is our policy regarding Covid-19 and our trading activities.
Update 23 June 2020: We are taking booking again for public courses from July at our venue in Audenshaw. We are waiting to hear about other other public venues (pubs, social clubs etc.) and expect some courses will start from mid or late july.
Important information from the HSE: First aid cover and qualifications during Coronavirus
Important information about: online first aid training.
HSE press release: HSE, TUC, and CBI Joint Statement
Private First Aid Courses
We can deliver private first aid courses at your workplace of you can hire our venue in Audenshaw.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements. Our prices are exactly the same but there are restrictions on: venues, space requirements, attendee numbers.
Gloves and surgical masks will be provided to all attendees and these must be used during the practical sessions of the training.
Businesses must provide a safe working environment for staff, this includes taking precautions for COVID-19.
First aid and other safety training is essential training that is needed particularly by workplaces where it is not possible for staff to work from home, and particularly when there may be extended ambulance response times due to the crisis.
HSE Statement 19th March 2020:
[The changes will also apply to Paediatric First Aid and Emergency Paediatric First Aid.]
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) is aware that people holding Offshore Medic (OM), Offshore First Aid (OFA), First Aid at Work (FAW) or Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) certificates nearing expiry date, might experience disruption to access to requalification training as a result of events or circumstances generated by the Coronavirus pandemic.
HSE's current guidance on the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981: https://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/priced/l74.pdf and the Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (First-Aid) Regulations 1989 https://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/priced/l123.pdf is that those holding an OM, OFA, FAW or EFAW qualification should undertake retraining before their original certificate expires and HSE strongly recommends that employers, and individuals holding those qualifications should plan for requalification training well in advance of expiry dates.
If however requalification training is prevented for reasons associated directly with Coronavirus or by complying with related government advice, it is reasonable and practical to extend the validity of current certificates by up to 3 months. Anyone taking advantage of this extension should be able to describe clearly their reasons for delaying requalification training, and demonstrate steps they have taken to undertake the training, if required.
This guidance comes into effect for certificates expiring on or after 16th March 2020. HSE will review this matter over the coming months and will issue further statements as necessary.
Phil Smith | Vulnerable Workers, Competence, Worker Involvement and First Aid policy, Engagement and Policy Division
Health & Safety Executive.
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