Comprehensive Workplace

First Aid

Comprehensive Workplace First Aid

Comprehensive First Aid is recommended for all workplaces, higher-risk job sites, working outside or in cool stores, working at heights, with electricity or chemicals, away from the urban environment where it might take a bit longer for emergency services to arrive. Being able to respond first, while waiting for medical professionals to arrive, is essential to help others and save lives.

Course Content

Scene Assessment

    • Calling 111

    • Primary survey

    • Secondary survey

    • Care of unconscious patient

Wounds, bleeding and shock

    • How to stop major bleeding

    • Recognizing and Managing shock

Medical emergencies

    • Breathing Difficulties

    • Diabetic emergency

    • Seizures

    • Chest pains

    • Stroke

    • Anaphylaxis

Fractures Management

    • Sprains

    • Head injuries

    • Spinal injury

Hypothermia & hyperthermia

    • Frost nip & frost bite

    • Heat exhaustion and heat stroke.


    • Thermal (from a heat source)

    • Chemical

    • Electrical


    • Inhaled

    • Absorbed

    • Injected

    • Ingested