First Aid at work in Abbot’s Salford (3 day course)

Its important you do a risk assessment in the workplace and as long as its a lost risk environment then this is ideal for you and your company.


You can gain more information from the HSE website.

http://www.hse.gov.uk/firstaid/what-employers-need-to-do.htm

So want to know what we cover?

Role and Responsibilities of first aider:
 Infection control Consent,

First aid equipment Incident reporting
Scene survey, primary survey, calling for help/information needed
CPR and AED
Recovery position
Management of a seizure
Choking casualty
Shock
Types, recognition and treatment
Bleeds and treatment
Small cuts Grazes Bumps and bruises small splinters Minor burns During the training your trainer will be assess you and you will have a multiple question paper.

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Whats happening? You will be able todo blended course on EFAW so you do 3 hours online then a trainer will come and finish the last few bits before assess your practical and carryout a small test paper.

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Abbot’s Salford is the name of a village in the English county of Warwickshire. It is found six miles south of Alcester, about the same distance from Evesham, very close to the Worcestershire border, and is within the parish of Salford Priors. The River Avon runs close by the eastern side of the village.

Building work on Salford Hall, the village’s largest and grandest building, commenced in 1470 as a living place for monks from nearby Evesham Abbey.[1] By the reign of Charles 1st it had become, by marriage, a seat of the Roman Catholic Stanford of Perry Hall, Staffordshire, family. Charles Stanford, a grandson of Sir William Stanford, Knt., (d.1558), Justice of the Common Pleas, completed the building of Salford Hall, and commemorated the event by hanging up a bell on the top of the house bearing the inscription “Charles Stanford, Esqre., Ellinor, 1610” (for Eleanor Alderford, his wife). His son, John Stanford of Salford Hall, was a Cavalier and was killed in 1649.[2]

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                            ~ Jesus

~ My response:

As I retrieve my Bible
I gain the feeling 
someone is looking 
at me
I perspective my head to look 
Who
It is You, Jesus
my Savior
Your eyes look 
into mine
I tone You can look into my soul
silently 
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me
Thank You for physical good to release 
me
even while You see 
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even even though I hurt 
You

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caused by all my sins
they're beating You 
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Thank You for taking my place
It will not be simple to watch You die
Will I have to close my eyes
Will me brute there 
comfort You 
I hope fittingly
(Luke 23:21)

Now I stare 
on the One 
I have pierced
I accept 
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flowing 
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I'm sorry 
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I attain up
venerating 
Your Cross
(John 19:34-37)

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Where else would I go
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bleeding
blood following answer
droplets of Gospel
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in there subsequently you, sadly
praying by Your body
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You wash my still-red hand :)
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I kiss the nail mark
Your rays of Divine Mercy
now unbloody, unwatery 
in the manner of a touchless embrace 
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afterward seeing The Light
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enormously!

Jesus' respond to me 
(based on Colossians 1:24)
"BY statute THE ABOVE --
REACHING UP...
YOU answer ME."