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    First Aid

    Just finished a First Aid at Work course, (FAW) 3 day course, Certificated, and HSE Approved.

    We have done this as it's a legal requirement for a business.
    It is a very good course, and well worth doing, and very useful.
    It lets you know what you should and shouldn't do, and how to go about it.

    Very useful if you or your mate cuts themself open while Gralloching

    We went with this Guy http://www.kctrainingservicesltd.co.uk/ and Kev has a real good sense of humour and fun, and made the course entertaining, fun and easier to learn.

    He travels all round the country doing these courses, so if you want to do this course I can recommend this guy, just tell him you heard about him from Brian @ BKS

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    Hey Croc isn't your post advertising?
    Do you think you can make the "Golden Hour" before you get busted by the advertising police.

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    Basic first aid should be part of the level one.

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    I have done a First Aid at Work course too via the British Red Cross. This took 4 days and needs to be renewed every 3 years. Fortunately, as above, work paid for this.

    First aid training | British Red Cross


    Rgds JCS

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    I get an annual 1 day course through my work which relates to broken bones, head injuries, burns, cuts and bleeding including internal, heart attacks and strokes, also fits and hypoglycemic shock. Pretty much covers what I would come across through work or in the field/fishing etc. If they extended the content of my course over 3-4 days I would be wanting to add Dr before my name..

    Worthwhile having though.

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    We should all have some first aid knowledge and a kit with us when out and about. Not sure who carries a kit with them, but I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobcat View Post
    any plasters
    HERE's A WEE ASSORTMENT JUST FOR YOU!!!!!!!!


    IN CASE YOU CUT YOUR FINGER.

    RGDS, BUCK.
    "let him without sin cast the first stone"





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    Come on Uncle Buck, you know they have to be these plasters

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcampbellsmith View Post
    I have done a First Aid at Work course too via the British Red Cross. This took 4 days and needs to be renewed every 3 years. Fortunately, as above, work paid for this.

    First aid training | British Red Cross


    Rgds JCS
    +1 I have renewed mine if you renew before it expires its only a one day refresher.

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