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Whatever industry you work in, there will always be some chance of injury or illness striking you or one of your colleagues. The team at FAAE have created a summary outlining some of the most common workplace injuries, along with what first aid equipment your workplace should have readily available.
As we are facing this international health crisis with the COVID-19 coronavirus, we have looked very seriously at facilitating courses in the current health environment and implemented strict hygiene protocols. We would like to inform you that our public and onsite first aid courses are still running.
You don’t have to work within a physically demanding profession to be at risk of injury in the workplace. Injury and illness can strike at any time and it doesn’t matter what industry you work in! Read our latest blog as we investigate the importance of first aid training for employees working within all industries.
We provide all our students with the very latest in first aid and CPR training to ensure they’re prepared for any kind of medical emergency. We’ve put together a few important tips to keep in mind when managing some of the most common first aid situations that occur here in Australia.
One of the most popular courses on offer at First Aid Accident & Emergency is Provide CPR HLTAID001. We believe that being trained in CPR is extremely important for anyone because you never know when you may have to attempt to revive someone in an emergency. To help you learn a little more about our CPR course, we’ve created a summary.
Here at First Aid Accident & Emergency, we regularly teach our first aid students about the most accurate and up-to-date ways to deal with a wide range of emergency medical scenarios. One of these scenarios is how to best manage severe and life-threatening bleeding.
If you find yourself in the middle of a medical emergency where life-threatening bleeding is involved, using a tourniquet is often your best option until medical assistance arrives. We’ve decided to share some of our knowledge with you on tourniquets, including a summary of what they are and how to use them.
Ensure you and your staff are prepared to manage a complete range of medical emergencies by considering an onsite first aid training session with the experts at FAAE. Our professional team travel to workplaces all over the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Northern NSW regions to deliver fun and informative first aid and CPR training courses.