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  • News | FOFATO | Page 4
    competence to train assess One assessor can conduct assessments on an FAW course with no more than six students Franchising Following on from an article in HSE First Aid at Work Newsletter Issue 2 October 2007 HSE is considering the future delivery of First Aid at Work FAW and Emergency First Aid at Work EFAW courses by third parties Delivery of FAW training by Third Parties At present HSE approved Training Organisations are allowed to make arrangements with a third party for delivering FAW training courses The Health and Safety First Aid Regulations 1981 do not prevent the provision of FAW training in this way In terms of the Approval and Monitoring process the HSE Approved Training Organisation is responsible for the quality of FAW training Certain safeguards are required to be met including All FAW courses run by a third party meet the requirements defined in HSE s guidance The HSE approved provider should internally verify that all trainers and assessors used by the third party are appropriately qualified and experienced and should monitor their skills at least once a year Only the HSE approved provider can issue FAW certificates Therefore any training delivered by the third party will be supported by a certificate bearing the name of the HSE approved organisation There needs to be a good regular level of communication between the approved provider and the third party The third party should make it clear that it provides FAW courses on behalf of the approved provider and is not HSE approved in its own right Where the above conditions are met third parties will be able to deliver FAW and EFAW courses in the future SCOUT Enterprise Western Ltd HSE intends to ask its Contractor SCOUT Enterprises Western Ltd to collect relevant information when they conduct Post

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  • PAEDIATRIC FIRST AID | FOFATO
    Body route has been accepted by the Government Minister Chris Grayling We have also asked our Members to let us have the details of the contact for Paediatric First Aid within each Local Authority so that we able to contact them directly The First Aid Industry Body option will save Local Authorities A LOT OF MONEY Post navigation THE FIRST AID INDUSTRY BODY FAIB THE FEDERATION OF FIRST AID Latest

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  • THE FIRST AID INDUSTRY BODY (FAIB) | FOFATO
    wanting to register with ourselves A new First Aid Industry Body website www faib co uk will be up and running very soon We intend to publish the names of Training Organisation who register with us once we have their authority Post navigation CONTENT OF EMERGENCY FIRST AID PAEDIATRIC FIRST AID Latest news FOFATO FAIB HAVE NOW PRODUCED A RANGE OF FIRST AID BOOKS February 5 2016 FAIB HAS NOW

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  • CONTENT OF EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK (EFAW) COURSE | FOFATO
    and effectively in an emergency demonstrate how to administerfirst aid safely promptly and effectively to a casualty who is unconscious and or in seizure demonstrate how to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation promptly and effectively demonstrate how to administer first aid safely promptly and effectively to a casualty who is wounded or bleeding and or in shock administer first aid safely promptly and effectively to a casualty who is choking provide appropriate

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  • CONTENT OF FIRST AID AT WORK (FAW) COURSE | FOFATO
    to a casualty who is wounded or bleeding and or in shock administer first aid safely promptly and effectively to a casualty who is choking provide appropriate first aid for minor injuries recognising the presence of major illness and applying general first aid principles in its management In addition candidates should be able to demonstrate the correct management soft tissue injuries injuries to bones including suspected spinal injuries chest injuries burns and scalds eye inuries including how to irrigate an eye sudden poisoning and anaphalylactic shock To help facilitate a move to a shorter course the syllabus should only include those elements important to the effective provision of first aid in the workplace Within this framework it is important that anatomy physiology and medical aspects etc are kept to a minimum Therefore the new course should provide more emphasis on essential practical elements and less emphasis on theory As alluded to above the syllabus reflects a trade off between the need to be relatively specific and the need to maintain a degree of flexibility so the course can be tailored to the needs of the employers the audience With this in mind it is suggested that for the first aid management of major illness first aiders should be able to recognise when an individual has a serious medical condition whatever the cause and should be able to apply general first aid principles in managing it Placing more emphasis on specific medical conditions may suggest that the first aider will need to attempt a diagnosis when dealing with a medical emergency First Aiders should not be expected to make a diagnosis of a specific illness Where someone suffers an asthmatic attack heart attack or stroke examples of medical conditions commonly covered in current first aid at work course while first aiders

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  • NATIONAL DATABASE FOR THE REGISTRATION OF TRAINERS | FOFATO
    which could create lots of work within the Membership We also hope to be able to share the annual monitoring of Trainers from one Training Provider to another and so avoid duplication of monitoring This should save Training Providers time and money Post navigation LETTER TO MINISTER OF STATE CONTENT OF FIRST AID AT Latest news FOFATO FAIB HAVE NOW PRODUCED A RANGE OF FIRST AID BOOKS February 5 2016

    Original URL path: http://www.fofato.co.uk/fofato-news/fofato-registration-of-trainers/ (2016-02-11)
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  • LETTER TO MINISTER OF STATE | FOFATO
    fofato co uk for a copy of the letter or further advice FOFATO believe that a FIRST AID INDUSTRY BODY is the way forward We DO NOT WANT OFQUAL SQA TRAINING ORGANISATIONS MUST STAND UP AND BE COUNTED Post navigation NO PHONE CONTACT WITH HSE NATIONAL DATABASE FOR THE REGISTRATION Latest news FOFATO FAIB HAVE NOW PRODUCED A RANGE OF FIRST AID BOOKS February 5 2016 FAIB HAS NOW BEEN

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  • NO PHONE CONTACT WITH HSE (FAAMS) FROM 30/09/12 | FOFATO
    website and if the answer cannot be found there before then seeking the advice of an appropriately qualified consultant for example one who is listed on the Occupational Safety and Health Consultants Register OSHCR see www hse gov uk oshcr index htm It is expected that it is only when questions cannot be resolved from these sources that people will write in For information on the issues which FAAMS will respond to see www hse gov uk firstaid whats new accessing faams htm The address for all enquiries is FAAMS HSE Redgrave Court Merton Road Bootle L20 7HS For Approved Training Organisations or those wishing to become Approved answers to questions on how to comply with the Training Standard can be found at www hse gov uk pubns web41 pdf All this information is very good but do you really have the time to look for it There is one simple solution contact the Federation of First Aid Training Organisations FOFATO by telephone on 0161 494 9045 and ask for Ian Kershaw or visit the website www fofato co uk and consider joining the Organisation that already represents almost 400 HSE Approved Training Organisations Speak to Ian Kershaw who with

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