Date(s) - 08/06/2021 - 10/06/2021
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
What is first aid? How and when should first aid be administered? How can you competently issue first aid in an emergency? These questions will all be answered and practised during this training program. No matter where an emergency may strike, having the right skills can save time, and save lives. The Safety and Health at Work (SHaW) Act dictates that in every workplace there should be 1 first aider to every fifty (50) employees.
Further, The Safety and Health at Work Act in Sections 32 – 42 make various stipulations in relation to fire warnings, training and prevention measures. When one understands the components of a fire, and the importance of prevention, effective workplace fire safety plans can be orchestrated, communicated and practised.
This program also examines the requirements for fire safety including the complexity of workplace fires and the importance of fire prevention. Additionally, it will contain a practical session where trainees will gain the hands-on experience needed to effectively extinguish fires. Interactive presentations, practical sessions and topic specific resources will be utilised to ensure that learning objectives are met.
Bookings are closed for this event.