First Aid at Work (FAW) Level 3 Articles

Thank you for your interest in First Aid at Work (FAW) Level 3. We hope you enjoy these articles that discuss some important issues in our industry.

The safe way to carry Aspirin

There is evidence that aspirin, taken during a heart attack, can reduce the size of the clot causing the heart attack and may even cause the platelets in the clot to disperse. Research shows that the death rate can be reduced by 20-25%. Aspirin, used in the prevention of heart attacks, is probably the most cost-effective drug available in medical practice and daily low-dose aspirin is now a standard item in the management of heart disease patients.

Tourniquet and Haemostatic Supplies

Tourniquet and haemostats bleeding packs are now available from ProTrainings and ITG. We have made up 3 packs depending on your needs and budget and you can buy all the items individually. If you are going to be teaching tourniquet and haemostats dressings you will need to have some to demonstrate and show in your lesson. y.

Blended First Aid at Work online training launched

Blended First Aid at Work courses launched by ProTrainings. We are the first to launch the new HSE option for EFAW and FAW courses in the workplace. We have introduced all options for these courses including, Driver CPC, Equestrian and Forestry versions of the courses.