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First Aid | Unconsiousness

This 'First Aid’ safety training course covers unconsciousness and explains how to diagnose and treat casualties with different causes of unconsciousness. The course aims to teach practical first aid techniques required to deal with injuries and conditions common to the workplace. The intention is not to make employees into qualified first aiders, but simply to highlight the skills required to be of some help if an accident occurs. This 'Unconsciousness' training course describes the nature of injuries found in the work place. As accidents do not always occur when qualified help is at hand, it is useful for all employees to have a good basic understanding of first aid. This training course is part of a portfolio of titles called 'First Aid at Work' and has been designed for all persons at work, irrespective of their job. It covers the causes of unconsciousness, its different levels of severity and how to diagnose and treat them.
This 'First Aid' safety training course covers: 'Causes of unconsciousness', 'Levels of unconsciousness', 'Examination & treatment', 'Fainting', 'Internal injuries', 'Shock', 'Heart attack', 'Epilepsy', 'Stroke', 'Head injuries', 'Asphyxia', 'Poisonong' and 'Diabetes'.


The First Aid Unconsciousness training course is ideally for:

Employers, managers, employees and all persons who may have to administer first aid.

First Aid Unconsciousness Safety course timing:
The 'First Aid Unconsciousness' safety course takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

Contact Details

QG Business Solutions Ltd
Westwinds
Lambley Bank
Scotby
Carlisle CA4 8BX
Cumbria

Tel: 01228 631681
Email: info@qgbiz.co.uk

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