The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) now recognises the PHECC First-Aid Response (FAR) training course as meeting the needs of occupational first-aid.
The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) an independent statutory body who set the standards for education and training for pre-hospital emergency care in Ireland, developed the FAR STANDARD
The First-Aid Response course covers all of the occupational first-aid requirements for places of work as outlined by the Health and Safety Authority. Under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, there is a requirement on employers, based on a risk assessment, to have a sufficient number of adequately trained first-aiders in the workplace.
Course ideal for small, medium or large enterprises across all sectors and the self-employed. Pre-School Staff (Recommended by Tulsa)
Duration of the course: 3 days
Max Participants: The instructor student ratio is 1 : 8 to ensure you gain and retain a strong knowledge of practical skills.
All our instructors have several years of practical experience in front line emergency care. They are all qualified FAR Instructors.
Participants complete a multi-choice examination paper and undertake skills assessments
A PHECC FAR Certificate is issued to all successful participants, which is valid for two years. A two-day refresher course must be undertaken within this period to keep the certificate valid.
Cost: €290 which includes First Aid Manual and training materials
Training Location: Talbot Hotel Stillorgan, 409 Stillorgan Road, Dublin A94 V6K5. The Talbot Hotel is on the N11 and near the M50.
We can also teach in-house at your premises if it is more suitable for you.
Group discounts available.