Why learn first aid?
Learning first aid can help you feel more prepared and able to cope in an emergency situation. You never know when you might need to help a colleague, friend, family member, or even someone you don’t know; we think everyone should have the skills and confidence to act in an emergency
Why train with us?
Our Highfield approved training courses are delivered the most up to date training materials on the market designed to make the training a comfortable and enjoyable experience. All our first aid instructors have many areas experience and are experts in their field.
Aquarious Training are delighted to be able to offer all levels of first aid and AED training at our approved training facility based in Knowsley or at your work place. Contact a member of our team today for more information.
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What The HSE Has To Say
Employers’ legal duties
The Health and Safety Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to ensure their employees receive immediate attention if they are injured or taken ill at work. These Regulations apply to all workplaces including those with less than five employees and to the self-employed.
What is ‘adequate and appropriate’ will depend on the circumstances in the workplace. This includes whether trained first-aiders are needed, what should be included in a first-aid box and if a first-aid room is required. Employers should carry out an assessment of first-aid needs to determine what to provide.
The Regulations do not place a legal duty on employers to make first-aid provision for non-employees such as the public or children in schools. However, HSE strongly recommends that non-employees are included in an assessment of first-aid needs and that provision is made for them.
Further guidance can be found making adequate and appropriate provision for first aid in First aid at work: The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 – Guidance on Regulation.