FIRST AID AT WORK AWARENESS – FIRE SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE AWARENESS – INFECTION CONTROL IN THE WORKPLACE COURSE BUNDLE
The First Aid At Work Awareness – Fire Safety In the Workplace Awareness – Infection Control In The Workplace Course Bundle consists of 3 CPD Certified courses.
The first course in this bundle is the comprehensive online First Aid at Work Awareness course. This course is appropriate for those with or without prior First Aid training. The course is meant for informational purposes only and is not designed to meet government First Aider certification requirements.
The online Fire Safety in the Workplace Awareness course is appropriate for those with or without previous Fire Safety training. This course is an awareness course and as such is not designed to meet statutory fire certification requirements.
The Infection Control in the Workplace Course considers how infectious microorganisms are transferred in the workplace and the processes and procedures required to prevent infections from spreading.
These Awareness courses can also be used as a valuable part of a school, college or other educational programme.
The estimated duration of the constituent courses are
- First Aid At Work Awareness Course – 2 hours
- Fire Safety in the Workplace Course – 2 hours
- Infection Control In The Workplace – 2 hours
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Learners have 90 days of access to the First Aid At Work Awareness – Fire Safety In the Workplace Awareness – Infection Control In The Workplace course bundle materials from the date of registration. Learners receive individual login details and can access the courses using any device, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Course access ceases immediately following a successful final exam submission.
WHO REQUIRES THE COURSES IN THIS BUNDLE?
The First Aid at Work Awareness course is ideal for workplace inductions and refresher training, or indeed for the training of anyone requiring knowledge of the need for efficient first aid systems and procedures in the workplace.
Under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) order 2005, all employees need a certain level of fire training and information. As a minimum, new starters need a basic induction which covers the alarm system, emergency procedures, and means of escape from the building.
Staff also need to know what type of fire fighting equipment they have on the premises and the safety considerations of their use.
The Infection Control in the Workplace Course is suitable for all staff members. It will provide important information which will enable them to understand the actions that should be taken to reduce the spread of infections in the workplace.
No previous training is required for either course.
The First Aid At Work Awareness Course consists of 4 core units, concluded by a final exam:
UNIT 1 – ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
UNIT 2 – FIRST-AID INCIDENTS
UNIT 3 – UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTIES
UNIT 4 – INCIDENTS AND INJURIES.
The Fire Safety In the Workplace Awareness Course consists of 4 core units, concluded by a final exam:
UNIT 1 – HAZARDS AND RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH A FIRE
UNIT 2 – CONTROLLING THE RISK OF FIRE
UNIT 3 – FIRE SAFETY MANAGEMENT
UNIT 4 – THE FIRE WARDEN.
The Infection Control in the Workplace Course consists of 3 core units and is concluded by a final exam:
UNIT 1 – COMMON INFECTIONS.
UNIT 2 – HYGIENE AND PPE.
UNIT 3 – RISK ASSESSMENT.
By the end of the First Aid at Work Awareness course learners should understand.
- The role of a first aider.
- The legal requirements.
- Incident reporting.
- First-aid equipment.
- Minimising the risk of infection
- Primary survey of a casualty.
- How to conduct a secondary survey.
- When and how to call for help
- How to manage an unconscious casualty.
- The recovery position.
- Casualties experiencing a seizure
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
- Common injuries.
By the end of the Fire Safety in the Workplace Awareness course, learners should understand.
- Causes of fires.
- Fire components.
- Hazards associated with fire.
- Fire and smoke spread.
- Means of escape.
- Fire detection and alarm.
- Extinguishing methods.
- Fire safety inspection.
- Fire risk assessment.
- Fire Wardens’ Role and function.
- Fire safety briefing.
By the end of the Infection Control in the Workplace course, learners should be able to.
- Outline common infections found in the workplace.
- Identify the causes of infection.
- Understand the legislation related to infection control.
- Outline the standard procedures for infection prevention and control.
- Outline the controls to prevent the spread of coronavirus and other respiratory infections.
- Explain the importance of hand washing for the prevention and control of infection.
- Identify the appropriate resources and facilities required for cleaning the work environment.
- Explain the correct procedures for the cleaning of equipment.
- Outline the correct procedure for hand washing.
- State when hand sanitisers should be used and their limitations.
- Define the term ‘risk’.
- Outline potential risks of infection within the workplace.
- Describe the process of carrying out a risk assessment.
- Explain the importance of carrying out a risk assessment.
CERTIFICATION.On successful completion of each course within the First Aid At Work Awareness – Fire Safety In the Workplace Awareness – Infection Control In The Workplace course bundle, a high-quality CPD Certified certificate will be sent to learners immediately, by email. This can be used to provide evidence of achievement for compliance and audit.