First aid training – BLS AED

Medical care and preventionFirst aid training – BLS AED

This basic AED training is specifically aimed at those companies that have purchased or are planning to purchase an automated external defibrillator (AED). This version of the training aims at learning effective CPR techniques using AED.

Your colleague worked for eight hours at the computer. Suddenly, he started complaining: he had difficulty breathing and he was in cold sweat. He went to the common room and then fell on the floor. Everyone was standing around him, waiting for an ambulance, but nobody came up. It turned out that no one could administer first aid... There is an opening for his job now – he could not be saved, even though the company has recently purchased AED. Nobody dared use it.

Do we have the legal and moral obligation to provide first aid in times of the coronavirus pandemic?

Definitely yes.

Should we be afraid of being infected with coronavirus when we administer first aid? Definitely not! 

If you do not want this to happen in your office, teach your employees today how to help others in life threatening situations. Be prepared and be safe.

The training is enriched with AED-assisted aid and it is the best way to start as a first aider. It enables to acquire basic knowledge regarding AED operation as well as its practical use. It will be beneficial for every company that already has AED on its premises, and in all those that are consider buying it.

If this training is carried out at your company, it will have a positive impact on your employees’ safety.

What will training participants learn?

The training is provided online. It is engaging thanks to the experience of the trainers and the use of effective communication platforms. Participants do not get bored, but effectively assimilate knowledge regarding CPR with the use of AED. The training focuses on the effective and safe use of AED, but participants also have the opportunity to learn practical information about its operation, including:

  • Legal aspects of AED use,
  • User safety,
  • Safety of the injured,
  • Rules of use,
  • Principles of operation,
  • Differences in the construction of devices from the Universal Defibrillation Programme in Poland,
  • Practical knowledge of CPR using AED.

If you are looking to train your employees, but do not have AED on the premises, you work in a distributed structure, or you want to adapt the training to people working remotely or in a mobile environment, read about the basic training without the use of AED.

Product recommended for:

Your company’s needs

  1. I would like to build engagement, resilience, mental fitness and energy of employees
  2. I would like to create safe working conditions: develop new workplace safety standards and requirements
  3. I would like to provide employees with benefits despite the need to reduce personnel costs related to e.g. employment or salaries

Type of employees

  • Employees sales and customer service
  • Employees management
  • Employees production
  • Employees office
  • Employees mobile
  • Employees remote