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Slough and Reading First Aid Training Courses Fees Reduced

16 Apr

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Corporate Health the Occupational Health and First Aid Training provider has been supporting Thames Valley Businesses since 1947. As a charity we offer competitive priced services and all surplus goes back into improving employee well being and the speciality.

We have recently reduced the Prices of a number of courses we offer to support Businesses in up-skilling their team and ensuring the minimum First aid cover is in place. Our prices are lower than the big providers and our trainers are all experienced front line ambulance crew. In addition we can now offer these open course in both our Slough and Reading training centres. For larger employers we can provide closed courses at your offices.

Find out more and book your place now whilst these special offers apply click on the link below

Corporate Health First Aid.

Need a defibrillator speak to us now

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Slough and Reading First Aid Training Courses Fees Reduced

16 Apr

90x30pixels

Gruenderpreis 2004 IHK

Corporate Health the Occupational Health and First Aid Training provider has been supporting Thames Valley Businesses since 1947. As a charity we offer competitive priced services and all surplus goes back into improving employee well being and the speciality.

We have recently reduced the Prices of a number of courses we offer to support Businesses in up-skilling their team and ensuring the minimum First aid cover is in place. Our prices are lower than the big providers and our trainers are all experienced front line ambulance crew. In addition we can now offer these open course in both our Slough and Reading training centres. For larger employers we can provide closed courses at your offices.

Find out more and book your place now whilst these special offers apply click on the link below

Corporate Health First Aid.

Need a defibrillator speak to us now

Defibrillators

Regulation changes in First Aid training and what this means for you

19 Nov

From the 1st October the guidance and regulation regarding

First Aid training providers has changed.

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For advice on selecting a First Aid provider

When your businesses First Aid needs assessment indicates that trained first-aiders are required, the training should meet the new required standards.

Businesses now have more flexibility in how they manage their provision of First Aid in the workplace following a change in health and safety regulations.  As HSE no longer approves first-aid training and qualifications, a new guidance has been produced to help employers select first-aid training providers.

However, HSE will continue to set the standards for training. While the changes give employers flexibility, the one day Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) and three day First Aid at Work (FAW) courses remain the building blocks for first aid training.

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Free training on how to use a defibrillator – Slough Friday 31st May

13 May

Friday 31st May
From: 12:30 to 14:00
At: IQ Segro Marketing Suite – 210 Bath Road, SL1 3YD
To register to attend email nicole.martin@corporatehealth.co.uk

Come to our taster session to learn the basics of defibrillation

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  • Find out what is defibrillation
  • How to use an AED
  • How this method of first aid can help you, your colleagues and your family members

This 1.5 hour session really could save lives. For every minute that passes without defibrillation, the chances of survival
decrease by 5%

To register to attend email nicole.martin@corporatehealth.co.uk

OFFER:

  • AED Defibrillator
  • Carry case
  • Responder kit
  • 2 hour Training Course
  • All for just £1600

Life Saving Defibrillators available at Corporate Health Research shows that applying a controlled shock within five minutes of collapse provides the best possible chances of survival. So, what is a defibrillator? A defibrillator is a life-saving machine that gives the heart an electric shock in some cases of cardiac arrest.

Who should have a Defibrillator?
All work and public places such as offices, factories, sports associations, football clubs, leisure centres, shopping centres, private schools, railway stations, Dentist surgeries, GP surgeries and so on should have one onsite. Defibrillators can also be used in the home.

The Equipment Features:
The AED has been designed to be:

  • Simple to use
  • Easy to maintain
  • Affordable to buy
  • Inexpensive to run
  • Can be used for both adults and children

The Price:
For £1,600 plus VAT, the AED Defibrillator is supplied with everything that you need to be up and running, including a free carry case (worth over £100) and a free Responder Kit. The cost includes a training course on site for up to 10 people.

The Training:
If you have or decide to purchase a defibrillator, it is important that those who use it are appropriately and thoroughly trained. So, when you buy an AED from us, we will give you a free 2 hour course designed specifically for those who need to know how to use a defibrillator correctly in the event of a cardiac arrest. This is both a practical and hands on course, usually sold separately at
£70 per person plus VAT.

Life Saving Defibrillators available at Corporate Health
The only shock you’ll get is the one that you want!
For more information, call 0330 330 3095 or email sales@corporatehealth.co.uk
For technical information email training@corporatehealth.co.uk

Defibrillators for Non League Football Clubs – Does you Business have one?

18 Mar

Question: 

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As Football reacts to the the events of last year when Fabrice Muambe collapsed in front of Thousands the real question has to be does you business have this life saving equipment available for your employee and visitors. The cost of a machine with training is around £1,500 and all you need to do is fix it to a wall and plug it in. It really is that simple to save a life.

To see this life saving equipment in actions and how easy it is to use <Click here> and watch our Bondi Beach video.

More than 900 defibrillators are being made available to clubs in non-league football and the Women’s Super League.

The FA and British Heart Foundation have joined up to launch the £1.2m fund, one year after Fabrice Muamba’s on-pitch cardiac arrest.

Muamba, 24, collapsed playing for Bolton during their FA Cup quarter-final with Tottenham on 17 March 2012.

The England Under-21 international midfielder was “in effect dead” for 78 minutes but survived the incident.

Read more about this story <Click Here>

Using the equipment is so easy yet so many of us are afraid of the unknown and shy away thinking what if I have to use it, can I make things worse! well the questions has to be what if I don’t have the equipment and don’t Try! the equipment really is that simple a child could use it and its self managing so wont shock the patient if there is a heart beat.