CPC First Aid
Training for on-road emergencies
This interactive workshop is delivered by an accredited and approved First Aid trainer and meets the HSE requirements of an Emergency First Aid at Work course.
Drivers will gain a thorough understanding of the role of the first aider and be fully trained in incident and casualty management in the event of an emergency on the road. At the end of this programme, drivers will be able to record and report incidents, administer CPR and emergency first aid and use available equipment.
- Duration: 7 hours CPC
- Delegates: up to 20 drivers
- Price: available on request
- Format: interactive classroom workshop
- ID: photocard licence and Driver Qualification Card
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Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce your drivers' risks
Training will ensure drivers know how to risk assess. report and administer first aid.
Meet your duty of care
Our JAUPT-approved courses are designed to help you meet your duty of care obligations.
Meet professional requirements
7 hours contribution towards Driver CPC.
Improve your drivers’ on-road competence and knowledge
- Work-related first aid
- Incident and casualty management
- Effects of alcohol and drugs at work
We used TTC for our CPC training and found that it was dealt with very easily. Everyone at TTC that we spoke to were polite and efficient to ensure that our needs were met. The trainers and the facilities were of a good standardM&B Minibuses LTD
Assess the scene and casualty and act safely, minimising the risk of infection to self and others.
Record and report an accident or incident, including RIDDOR.
Explain the principles of basic first aid and the role and responsibilities of a first aider.
Administer first aid to a casualty who is not breathing, choking, wounded and bleeding and suffering from shock.
- Who should attend
Anybody who is required to complete their Driver CPC hours.
- Delivery method
The workshop is facilitated by an accredited and approved trainer who will fully engage with participants to maximise the learning experience and draw out their views and opinions.
- Course outline
Code of practice
Explore relevant law and regulations, aims of first aid in the workplace and the responsibilities of the first aider.
Incident & casualty management
Effectively deal with an incident from making the scene safe, knowing what needs reporting (RIDDOR) and conducting primary and secondary surveys.
Putting the casualty in the recovery position, CPR, clearing up after an incident, respiratory and circulatory systems, cross-infection and treating wounds.
Explore the types of medical and health conditions the driver may experience, effects of alcohol and drugs at work, COSHH, substances and control measures.
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