Occupational First Aid

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  • Title: Occupational First Aid
  • Duration: 3 day
  • Course Size: 10-20 learners
  • Instructor: Coran
Course Description

Occupational First Aid

Chapter 2 of Part 7 of the General Application Regulations 2007 Provisions for first-aid. 165. (1) An employer shall— (c) ensure that the number of occupational first-aiders, their training …… is adequate……

  We offer a comprehensive Occupational First Aid, 3 day course which covers compulsory aspects of the Occupation First Aid requirements in G.A.R.’07 as well the unique aspect of being instructed by a former Special Forces soldier. The latter aspect of the course, while sure to keep you on your toes at all times, will also ensure that you are being taught by someone with hands-on experience and qualifications of the highest standards. Please book online here, or contact us here for further enquiries, or on +353 (0)21 453 6034      

Duration
The course duration is three days and will be delivered at a chosen location
Class Size
The number of learners attending is limited from a minimum of 10 to a maximum of 20 persons. For larger groups, please arrange multiple group bookings with Centre of Excellence
Occupational First Aid
Instructor: Coran Coran is a former member of the ARW (Army Ranger Wing) which is the Irish Special forces. He served for 13 years and transferred to the Medical Corp in Cork in April 2014. While serving in this professional unit he has traveled on numerous missions as a medic to Chad, Liberia, Beirut, Israel, Sierra Leone ­ Emergency response planning & evacuation was part of his day to day while overseas. His unit often worked in very remote areas, Almost a day’s travel from definitive care, so planning, to make sure they could keep a casualty alive for that period, was of the upper-most importance. As medics they needed to plan for worse case scenario and prepare our equipment accordingly, this responsibility was his as Evacuation Team Leader. Since returning to Cork, he has run various courses in civilian hospitals including St Finbarr’s Hospital.