Emergency First Aid at work in Wixford

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

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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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Wixford is a hamlet and civil parish in the Stratford-on-Avon District of Warwickshire, England, situated 1.5 miles (2.4 km) south of Alcester. The population at the 2011 census was 155.[1] The name derives from a compound of the Old English personal name Whitlac with the noun for a river crossing “ford”.[2] William Shakespeare is said to have joined a party of Stratford folk which set itself to outdrink a drinking club at Bidford-on-Avon, and as a result of his labours in that regard to have fallen asleep under the crab tree of which a descendant is still called Shakespeare’s tree. When morning dawned, his friends wished to renew the encounter but he wisely said “No, I have drunk with “Piping Pebworth, Dancing Marston, Haunted Hillboro’, Hungry Grafton, Dodging Exhall, Papist Wixford, Beggarly Broom and Drunken Bidford” and so, presumably, I will drink no more. The story is said to date from the 17th century, but of its truth or of any connection of the story or the verse to Shakespeare there is no evidence.[3] The reasons for the village being described as papist remain unclear, but may be a reference to the Catholic Throckmorton family. In 1541, the village passed to Sir George Throckmorton, in whose family it remained until 1919, when the estate was sold and the manorial rights extinguished.[4]

The village is first mentioned when Ufa, a Saxon Earl of Warwick, gave the land at Wixford and his body to be buried to the monastery of Evesham Abbey in 974. However, Godwine, a powerful man who had purchased the inheritance of that abbey from King Ethelred, granted it to Wulfgeat, son and heir to Ufa, for life, upon condition it was returned. Notwithstanding this agreement, Wulfgeat’s heirs retained the land until the time of King Edward the Confessor, when Abbot Agelwyne purchased it from Wygod, a potent baron and heir to Wulfgeat. Wulfgeat’s heirs paid a valuable price and regained the land for the monks.[5] It is recorded in the Domesday Book “In Ferncombe Hundred, Evesham Abbey holds 5 hides in Witelavesford. Land for 6 ploughs. In lordship 2; 3 male and 2 female slaves; 4 villagers and 6 smallholders with 2 ploughs. A mill at 10s and 20 sticks of eels; meadow, 24 acres; woodland 1 furlong long and 1/2 wide. Value before 1066, 40s; later 30s; now 50s. Wigot held this land before 1066.”[6]

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                            ~ Jesus

~ My response:

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Who
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me
even while You see 
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even while I harm 
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Will I have to close my eyes
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comfort You 
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(Luke 23:21)

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flowing 
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venerating 
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(John 19:34-37)

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bleeding
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Your precious Blood 
through Your wounds 
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similar to Your conclusive,
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(1 Peter 2:24)

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You wash my still-red hand :)
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me personally
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I kiss the nail mark
Your rays of Divine Mercy
now unbloody, unwatery 
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in the same way as seeing The Light
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utterly!

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