Our Occupational First Aid FETAC Level 5 course includes CPR Certification. This course is essential as deemed by risk assessment, there must be adequate numbers of trained occupational first aiders on a work premises. This is stated under the 2005 Safety Health and Welfare Act and updated in the May 2008 First Aid Guidelines.
Included in this course:
On completion of this course participants will have the knowledge and skill to:
Our Forklift Training Experienced Non Certified Course is the ideal way to get Forklift Certification.
This course provides appropriate training where personnel are involved in the operation of automated machinery such as counterbalance and reach forklifts.
This course will teach you to operate a forklift to the required level of competency in a safe and appropriate manner as prescribed in the health and safety legislation.
Personnel who have experiencebut no certification on forklift operation.
Courses are highly interactive with role-playing and practical exercises to reinforce understanding and learning. Practical exercises completed to environment specific to relevant working conditions.
The trainer has the responsibility of signing course participants as competent and duration is based on the trainer’s decision. As a general rule, this training should take at least two days unless there are exceptional circumstances.
This course allows a maximum of 3 people to attend, although it may be possible for 4 people to attend depending on the instructor.
On completion of this course, participants receive Forklift Certification signed off by the Instructor.
To become an occupational first aid instructor you will need to complete the following steps:
Step 3: Monitoring days
Step 4: OFAAA assessment
The Pre-hospital Emergency Care Council require monitoring days.
These will take place in the same location as the Cardiac First Responder training course.
The first one is where you would assist with the delivery of a PHECC ½ day CFR course.
And the second one is where you would deliver the same course by yourself under the supervision of our instructors.
If a participant was not up to the required competency to deliver the course there would be a third monitoring day, however this is not usually needed.
This is a requirement of all trainers and training companies delivering this course,
Failure to provide the monitoring days can lead to PHECC revoking a participants cert.
First Aid Certification
If you want to proceed to the OFAAA assessment before the monitoring days, you can do so.
We will provide you with a letter to provide OFAAA to advise them your CFR instructor cert is being processed.
Details regarding the OFAAA assessment, including cost, are available on the OFAAA website www.OFAAA.ie
First Aid Certification
This course is suitable for personnel in workplaces that deal with food (i.e. preparation). Participants who complete this course will gain the relevant food training, which is required by law under environmental legislation, based on the principle HACCP.
Upon completion of this course the participant will gain a basic understanding of food safety and HACCP. They will also be able to develop and implement an effective system in your workplace following HACCP standards.
All personnel involved in food service operations.
This course is classroom based; it is highly interactive with role-playing and practical exercises to reinforce understanding and learning.
All equipment will be provided, however, feel free to bring your own equipment.
Up to 12 people per course.
On completion of this course, participants will receive certification of attendance from Samson Training.
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