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Hltaid009 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
What it covers: Learn the DRSABCD action plan. You’ll learn how to check for danger, response, send for help, examine airways, check for breathing, give CPR and use a portable defibrillator. You’ll need to renew this course every 12 months
Hltaid011 Provide First Aid
What it covers: Learn everything covered in HLTAID009 plus learn to respond to common emergencies such as choking, drowning, anaphylaxis, asthma, seizures, burns, bleeding and wounds, fractures, sprains and strains, snakebites and more. Renew every 36 months.
Hltaid012 Provide First Aid in an education and care setting
What it covers: Learn everything covered in HLTAID009 and HLTAID011 plus get training to help you handle child related and infant related emergencies and common first aid scenarios.
Course Set – HLTAID009 & UETDRRF004 (CPR/ LVR)
What it covers: Learn everything covered in HLTAID009 plus get training to help you handle low voltage rescue emergencies.
Onsite Training? Easy.
Time is a valuable resource, especially for employers. Say goodbye to costly and time-consuming first aid courses. Opt for our Fastrack sessions instead!
Our efficient training sessions empower your employees to swiftly acquire essential first aid knowledge, enabling them to respond effectively in critical situations. By minimizing the training time, your team can swiftly return to their roles, armed with the practical skills to contribute seamlessly to their work responsibilities.
Let us bring the expertise to your workplace, ensuring a tailored and impactful training experience for your team. Maximize efficiency, save time, and elevate your group’s first aid readiness with Fastrack.
Fastrack or Comprehensive
We have two great options for training. Fastrack and Comprehensive. Which should you choose.
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- Fastrack or Comprehensive
- How many staff?
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How many staff should you train?
The Australian Model First Aid Code of Practice usually recommends a minimum ratio of first aiders to workers in each business.
Low risk workplaces: 1 in 50.
High risk workplaces: 1 in 25
Remote high risk workplaces: 1 in 10
For many workplaces though, just having that minimum ratio isn’t enough.
There’s more to consider than just this minimum. Here are 3 areas regulations require us to consider.
If you have multiple shifts, or workers work overtime, Are first aiders always available? If you have seasonal workers, do you have enough first aiders to meet that minimum ratio during your busy period. And, what if someone is on holidays or off sick for the day. Can someone fill in as a first aider?
Members of the Public
Are there many members of the public at your workplace. At a shopping centre or hotel. you might need more than the minimum amount to care for the many members of the public at your premises.
What do your workers do?
If workers are in a high risk job all workers may be required to have a first aid certificate
. If they work at a variety of locations, or perhaps they work alone, what can you do to make sure they are first aid ready? Should you get them trained, or is it more practical to just give them information and access to first aid assistance?
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