Did you know?
Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, there is a requirement on employers based on a risk assessment to have a sufficient number of Occupational First Aiders trained and deployed in the workplace.
From the 1st January 2018 the Health & Safety Authority will only recognise PHECC approved Occupational First Aid training in Ireland. The Authority states it will continue dual recognition of the QQI SN1207 and PHECC FAR standard up to December 31st 2017.
From the 1st January 2018 First Aid Response Education and Training Standard (FAR) is the new minimum Occupational First Aid qualification for all workplace first aiders.
CMSE training is pleased to announce that we are now a fully recognised institution offering PHECC courses in Ireland. Click here to view our PHECC training courses
First Aid Response (FAR) Training Course is a 3 day course intended for personnel who wish to become certified first aiders in their workplace. Topics covered in the First Aid Response training course include: responsibilities of a first-aider, patient approach and contacting the emergency services. Our main training centres in Ireland are in Cork and Dublin.
CMSE training is pleased to announce that we are now a fully recognised institution offering PHECC courses in Ireland. The PHECC FAR & FARR courses are designed for personnel who wish to become certified first aiders in their workplace.
Having successfully completed these course you will be able to:
Every single one of us feels competent to deal with a medical emergency that may arise in Northern Trust.