Upgrade Course for First Aid Attaché
The Refresher course for First Aid Officer is reserved for Workers and Employers who intend to renew the certificate of First Aid Officer, as regards the capacity for practical intervention.
REFERENCES OF LAW
Lgs. 81/08 and subsequent amendments; D.M. July 15, 2003 n. 388, Legislative Decree 81/08 and subsequent amendments
WHO IS THE COURSE INTENDED FOR
The First Aid Refresher Course is reserved for Workers and Employers who intend to renew the certificate of First Aid Officer with regard to the capacity for practical intervention and who are engaged in work activities belonging to to Group A, Group B, Group C. The degree of risk of the work activity and the minimum number of First Aid Officers required are indicated in the company Risk Assessment Document (DVR).
For convenience, the classification included in the Ministerial Decree of 15 July 2003 n. 388:
Group A companies: all companies or production units with industrial activities, thermoelectric plants, nuclear plants and processors, extractive companies and other mining activities, companies for the manufacture of explosives, powders and ammunition; companies or production units with five workers belonging to or attributable to INAIL tariff groups with an accident rate of permanent disability higher than four; companies or production units with over five permanent workers in the agricultural sector.
Group B companies: companies or production units with three or more workers who are not part of group A.
Group C companies: companies or production units with fewer than three workers who are not part of group A.
OBJECTIVES AND REQUIREMENTS OF LAW
This First Aid Officer course intends to fulfill the theoretical and practical training obligations for First Aid Officers in work activities belonging to Group A, Group B and Group C. For these figures, article 37 of Legislative Decree no. Lgs. 81/08 refers to the Ministerial Decree 388/2003 which provides for a training course consisting of a theoretical and a practical session. The law does not require any pre-requisites for access to the course.
HOW TO BOOK
Accessing our courses is very simple: just send a request to our electronic mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org), specifying the telephone number.
The staff of our staff will contact the applicant, subsequently sending an economic offer about the course (or courses) of interest.
If you like and accepted, we will send a confirmation containing the instructions to follow the training course (or training courses).
HOW TO FOLLOW THE COURSE: COURSES IN SYNCHRONOUS STREAMING VIDEO CONFERENCE MODE
Once the booking procedure is completed, the learner can attend the chosen course by connecting via smartphone, tablet or PC (theoretical part), on the dates and times communicated in the e-mail containing the instructions .
Also in this there is a final test, organized with multiple choice methods: it will be considered passed when at least 80% of correct answers are achieved. The test can be repeated until it is passed. Our teaching staff will also act as tutors.
HOW TO PAY
Only after passing the final test, we will issue the invoice in electronic format to allow you to arrange the payment (exclusively by bank transfer, therefore traceable) of the amount relating to the balance of the chosen course (or courses chosen): to the successful conclusion of the operation, a training certificate will be issued which will be sent to the billing address by express courier.
All the courses we offer are held by experienced and professional trainers who meet the legal requirements and the latest provisions of the State-Regions Conference of 21.12.2011. All our trainers follow compulsory periodic refresher courses in order to guarantee to companies and workers a teaching in accordance with the contents and of high quality in the delivery methods.
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FIRST AID EMPLOYEE UPDATE – GROUP A COMPANIES
- Communication techniques with the emergency system of the S.S.N.
- First aid techniques in acute brain syndromes
- First aid techniques in acute respiratory failure syndrome
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques
- Hemorrhagic tamponade techniques
- Techniques for lifting, moving and transporting the injured person
- First aid techniques in cases of accidental exposure to chemical and biological agents
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM FOR FIRST AID EMPLOYEE – GROUP B AND GROUP C COMPANIES
- Main communication techniques with the emergency system of the S.S.N.
- Main first aid techniques in acute brain syndromes
- Main first aid techniques in acute respiratory failure syndrome
- Main cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques
- Main hemorrhagic tamponade techniques
- Main techniques of lifting, moving and transporting the injured person
- Main first aid techniques in cases of accidental exposure to chemical and biological agents