DH MAHARAJ –ECPI
An Emergency at Home or Work can be dangerous without the foggiest of what to do
First Aid is applicable to every home and every business
The importance of being a first Aider at Home and Work
Kids are drowning, injured and burnt by accident
Same scenario is applicable to workplace safety
When you try to understand the basic knowledge of first aid, it’s not just about cuts and bruises
Or a little bleed….
What will you do when your little one or a staff member falls and breaks an arm or leg?
Or what will you do if a family member or close work colleague is having an asthmatic or epileptic attack.
Do you know what to do Before, During & After an Emergency?
According to Business Stats, up to 100,000 people die every year from injuries which could have been helped with first aid treatment. And although these life threatening injuries may not be particularly common within the workplace, there are around 200,000 minor and major injuries in workplaces every year – which is a lot of time and money you could potentially save if there were trained members of staff who could provide assistance and treatment.
As an employer, it’s your responsibility to make arrangements to make sure that your workplace is as safe as possible, although even in the safest of environments accidents can, and do, still, happen. This is why it is important to have first aid trained employees on hand in all workplaces