Recently we have updated our Fire Warden and First Aid Training Courses and we are now offering Emergency Life Support (ELS) First Aid Training along with AED (Defibrillator) update Training with this course proving to be extremely popular.
Our ELS training courses include dealing with unconscious casualties, the Primary Survey, Secondary Survey, how to place a casualty in the Recovery Position, CPR and now we have included an update on the use of Defibrillators.
Our ELS training course
is a great way to get to learn and demonstrate life saving techniques on a short training course (2-3 hours) providing delegates with the knowledge and confidence to perform CPR on a casualty who has suffered Cardiac Arrest. Take a look at the latest Resuscitation Council Guidelines
In addition to this we have roled out our Fire Risk Assessment management Training Course which provides delegates with all of the tools to be able to carry out their own basic Fire Risk Assessment in the workplace. This course has now been sucessfully delivered within areas of the NHS, the Freedom Leisure Group and we are currently working closely with a number of other organisations with a view to delivering this Fire Assessment course for them.
If you would like further details regarding these or any other training courses please contact us
White Cliffs Safety Training provide professional presentations and expert course content to ensure that you receive the best possible Fire Warden
and First Aid training
for your employees in line with current regulations and legislation. All of our training courses are designed to be both informative and enjoyable and all of our instructors have many years experience derived from either the Fire Service or the Military. So you can rest assured that the Fire Safety Training or First Aid Training
that you receive will be of the heighest quality.
From the White Cliffs Blog
With Halloween fast approaching there are a couple of basic fire safety tips to make sure you are safe this year!
Everybody loves candles and over the Halloween period Tealights are always a favourite. If used responsibly we don't have any issues with these or normal candles but if left unattended they can potentially cause us serious issues!
Things to remember:
In conjunction with our First Aid Training hints and tips, we would like to offer you similar with some do's and don'ts with regards your fire safety and over the coming days and weeks we aim to offer many of the basics that are sometimes ommitted and left to chance! If you have