Covid-19: Training will resume from 22nd June 2020
We will be implementing the following measutres to keep your delegates and our emplyees safe.
> If a delegate has any of the stmptoms of COVID-19 (e.g. new persistent cough, high temperature, loss or change to sense of smell or taste) they must not attend training. we will arrange a transfer to a future course.
> We will check delegate's temperature before they enter the classroom.
> Class sizes will be reduced to 6 per course. Social distancing measures will be observed between everyone at all times during the course and breaks.
> There will be hand sanitisation available and regular hand-washing protocols in place.
> W will operate a 1:1 delegate to manikin ratio for CPR practice and will maintain rigorous manikin cleaning protocols.
> Delegates will work from their own work station and will be provided with gloves and a face mask.
> Delegates and trainer(s) will remain socially distanced during practical sessions.
> We will continue to do our best to provide onsite training at your premises as long as you are able to provide the required social distancing and infection control measures at your site.
As soon as the Government announce we are at level 3 please visit our website or telephone for the following available course dates.
* Emergency First aid at Work
* First Aid at Work
* Paediatric First Aid
* First Aid at Work Refresher
* Fire Marshal /Fire Awareness
* Manual Handling
* Health and Safety in the Workplace
Face Fit Testing
We look forward to delivering the course you require.
First Aid for school pupils.
The draft proposal sees first aid and CPR added to the national curriculum in England from 2020. This move could save thousands of lives each year.
Hospital cardiac arrest survival rates are known to be 3 times higher in countries where first aid is taught in schools. Impressive stuff.
Draft legislation proposes that primary schools pupils are taught:
The legislation also proposes that secondary school pupils are taught:
Tees Safety Training Ltd look forward to supporting you in helping all children learn the skills they need to save life.
If you want to teach first aid in your school, look no further than Tees Safety Training Ltd.
For more information, please visit our website:
In June, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) announced the requirement for all workplace first-aiders to be trained in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) from 31 December 2016. This is as a result of a change to the guidelines of the Resuscitation Council UK, which now state that when managing a casualty in need of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), a first-aider must request an AED.
To accommodate these changes and cover the use of an AED, our awarding body will be amending the qualification specification and practical assessment pack for the following qualifications:
From 31 December 2016 Tees Safety Training will assess learners in the use of an AED. All learners will be trained and assessed on their ability to demonstrate the following skills:
A short guide to making your premises safe from fire identifies 5 steps to fire risk assessment as follows:
Very probably yes! How many?
A good question, and the answer is largely depending on size of building, number of staff and so on. Looking at the duties and responsibilities, it may be fine for one person to deal with all of it in a small office space. However, in a multi room or multi floored building with tens (or hundreds) of staff, it’s clearly too much responsibility for one person.
Is Fire Safety Really an Issue?
Unfortunately, yes. For organisations and businesses, the truth is that fires do happen and the risk is significant enough to do something about it. In addition:
A Fire Marshal is also responsible for performing fire drills and ensuring the safe evacuation of the staff in the event of a fire.
Added to the actual list of responsibilities, consideration is needed for staff going on training, staff going on holiday or staff being off sick. In those situations, having at least one other marshal in place would make sense.
If you’ve any specific questions about our Fire Marshal training, or why having a fire marshal is so important, just get in touch and we’ll talk to you about it.