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  • ERC RESUSCITATION COUNCIL GUIDELINES 2010 | FOFATO
    will be available via www cprguidelines eu For HSE Approved Training Organisations these guidelines must be implemented by 30th June 2011 Post navigation ACOP FOR FIRST AID OCTOBER 2009 BRITISH STANDARD FIRST AID KITS Latest news FOFATO FAIB HAVE NOW PRODUCED A RANGE OF FIRST AID BOOKS February 5 2016 FAIB HAS NOW BEEN AWARDED UKAS 3RD PARTY CERTIFICATION VIA ALCUMUS ISOQAR January 3 2016 FOFATO FAIB CONFERENCE RESERVE YOUR

    Original URL path: http://www.fofato.co.uk/fofato/erc-resuscitation-council-guidelines-2010/ (2016-02-11)
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  • ACOP FOR FIRST AID (OCTOBER 2009) | FOFATO
    the following link onto your web browser www hse gov uk pubns l74 pdf Post navigation HSE CHANGES PARAMEDICS AND THIRD ERC RESUSCITATION COUNCIL GUIDELINES 2010 Latest news FOFATO FAIB HAVE NOW PRODUCED A RANGE OF FIRST AID BOOKS February 5 2016 FAIB HAS NOW BEEN AWARDED UKAS 3RD PARTY CERTIFICATION VIA ALCUMUS ISOQAR January 3 2016 FOFATO FAIB CONFERENCE RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW BEFORE THE DEADLINE September 4 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.fofato.co.uk/fofato/acop-for-first-aid/ (2016-02-11)
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  • HSE CHANGES (PARAMEDICS AND THIRD PARTY WORKING) FROM 1 SEPTEMBER 2008 | FOFATO
    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 Approval Monitoring visits It will cover the number of training courses being run and the number of sites from which the approved provider delivers them including third parties Training Organisations who are are operating from multiple sites they may require more than one monitoring visit every five years in accordance with the matrix on HSE s website The approved Training Organisation will be charged for each monitoring visit HSE will work with the approved

    Original URL path: http://www.fofato.co.uk/fofato/hse-changes-from-1-september-2008/ (2016-02-11)
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  • HSE PURSUE QCA/SCA ROUTE | FOFATO
    plan to go ahead with the approval route through QCA SQA FOFATO will pursue our alternative option of a TRADE BODY because we know that the vast majority of HSE Training Providers DO NOT WANT OFQUAL SQA Post navigation HSE CHANGES PARAMEDICS AND THIRD Latest news FOFATO FAIB HAVE NOW PRODUCED A RANGE OF FIRST AID BOOKS February 5 2016 FAIB HAS NOW BEEN AWARDED UKAS 3RD PARTY CERTIFICATION VIA

    Original URL path: http://www.fofato.co.uk/fofato/hse-pursue-qcasca-route/ (2016-02-11)
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