Our First Person on Scene (FPOS) training course explains and teaches how to provide essential care in the first few minutes of an emergency.
The HSE-approved course teaches attendees skills associated with rapid assessment, stabilisation and the transfer of both trauma victims and those suffering a medical emergency. Because of the experienced ability of our instructors, if requested before course commencement bespoke situations tailored to your working environment can be designed to make course content seem more relevant to the industry your company is in.
FPOS training is an intermediate-level course. Despite no previous experience being required and anyone with a desire to learn is welcome to attend, FPOS is fully recognised by the security industry.
Outline of Programme
- Determine the safety of the environment.
- Assessing the casualty.
- Primary survey – Danger, Response, Airway, Breathing (DRAB).
- Following the primary survey, decide between using the Basic Life Support sequence or an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) if necessary.
- How to check a casualty’s circulation.
- Rapid treatment of Shock.
- Coping with trauma and helping others on the scene to do so.
The first person on the scene (FPOS) training course lasts 3 days and can either be taken in-house or attended at an open course. Training is made up of a combination of both theory and practical sessions, designed to develop a good all-round first aider. Delegates will receive a comprehensive handbook, assessment by an independent examiner and certification.
Safety Training’s courses are competitively priced and we aim to beat any equivalent training quote. Geographic restrictions may apply.