Forestry First Aid Efaw+F and First Aid at Work Training Courses
Specialists in training courses for people working and living in remote rural locations and environments involved in Forestry, Stalking, Civil Engineering, Fish, Agriculture, Estate Work and Community Projects.
Our upcoming Emergency First Aid at Work with Forestry Courses
All of our courses are fully compliant with the Forestry Commissions First Aid Policy
If you do not see an EFAW+F course near you on a suitable date please get in touch we will always try our best for you
“Excellent course – very relevant and well put together all of my guys,some of whom are professionals in the medical field thought it was brilliant”Chris Dalton
Our Forestry First Aid Efaw+F courses are suitable for Forest Workers, Forestry and Fencing Contractors, Arborist, Stalking Contractors, Civil Engineering Contractors, Recreational Hunters
or anyone wishing to work on Forestry Commission land or rural contracts.
This couse is sutable for people working in Forestry, Stalking, Civil Engineering, Consorvation and Egolagy, Fish Farming and Comunity led Projects where conventional emergency help is often far away.
This course is designed for people requireing the Health and Saftey Exectative HSE one day Emergency first aid at work EFAW qulifacation. All our courses are tailored to suit your own working eviroment and can be deliverd on site
This two day course provides people working in an outdoor enviroment the necessary skills and competencies required to deal with a range of emergency situations in remote places. Suitable for all for NGB Awards.
Remote or rural environments in the UK mean we are often some time away from medical help.
Rural and remote areas encounter increased limitations and resources with extended responce times. Remoteness, travel, communications and logistical problems all add to this situation our Forestry first aid Efaw+F courses take this into to account.
High risk jobs confined spaces construction sites and coastal areas can be challenging environments. Injuries and distance form specialist medical help means we adapt our first aid training. Living in a rural location for work or pleasure means a need for a different type of first aid.
Working in higher risk areas can make treating a casualty difficult. Working in Forestry, renewables or construction can put your workers at greater risk. Location and remoteness of a accident means dealing with a casualty for longer. Illness or injury is greater, due to the environment and of the activity. The severity of an injury is can be greater, due to the nature of the work your involved in.
We can tailor a course our Forestry first aid Efaw+f and first aid at work courses to meet your own specific requirements. Adapt your course to your location and activates involved and most of all make it relevant to your own working environment.
Forestry First Aid training Courses +F
Over many years we have refined our course with the help of some major players in the industry including Scottish Woodlands, Tilhill and the Forestry Commission. As a member of the Forest Industry Safety Accord UK (FISA) we keep up to date with health and safety in your sector of industry and continually update our courses to reflect the most common near misses and incidents in the sector. We are fully committed to making the forestry industry a safer environment to work within and course content is relevant useful and delivered by people who understand your own environment
First Aid at Work Training Courses
Our First Aid at Work training courses can be tailored and delivered at your own venue minimizing staff downtime and maximizing course content.
Outdoor and Activity-based first aid courses
Our course is delivered by full-time outdoor professionals who have a number of governing body awards all our instructors have served or are serving members of Mountain Rescue Teams around the UK.