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School Health and Safety

The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 requires Schools, Colleges and Universities to ensure that the Health and Safety of their employees and learners is not comprised, by meeting stipulated requirements.
The ER24 Training Academy will provide your organisation with professional guidance in terms of meeting the Act’s requirements, including the number of trainees and level of training that your Institution legally requires.
Training can be facilitated nationally on site (subject to the number of delegates and location) or at the ER24 Training Academy located in Paulshof, Johannesburg.

These courses are aimed at improving health and safety at schools.

The following Accredited Health and Safety training courses are offered by the ER24 Training Academy:

ER24 FIRST AID LEVEL ONE

First Aid Level One covers basic adult anatomy and physiology and basic first aid, including fractures, basic bleeding control, choking, CPR and AED usage. This course is accredited with the Department of Labour and complies with the minimum requirements for the Health and Safety

Accredited by the Department of Labour – 16 Hours (Two Days)

ER24 COMBINED FIRST AID LEVEL ONE AND TWO

The combined First Aid Level One and Two covers principles of first aid and safety including emergency scene management, artificial respiration, one rescuer adult CPR with AED Training, choking, basic wounds and bleeding, shock with unconsciousness and fainting, basic fractures, burns and head and spinal injuries, joint injuries, rescue carries, chest injuries, hand injuries, eye injuries, multiple patient injury management, two rescuer adult CPR with AED Training, pelvic and abdominal injuries, child resuscitation, infant resuscitation, environmental injuries and illnesses, poisons, bites and stings, seizures, management of foreign objects, soft tissue injuries and elementary and applied anatomy and physiology. This course is accredited with the Department of Labour and complies with the Health and Safety requirements for higher risk industrial and work based environments. On successful completion of the course the delegate will receive a certificate valid for three years.

Accredited by the Department of Labour – 32 Hours (Four Days)

ER24 FIRST AID LEVEL TWO

The First Aid Level Two covers basic adult and child anatomy and physiology and more in-depth first aid including fractures, basic bleeding control, choking, CPR and AED usage as per the level one programme. To add to this we also include rescue carrying, environmental emergencies and child emergencies. This course is accredited with the Department of Labour and complies with the Health and Safety requirements for higher risk industrial and work based environments.

Accredited by the Department of Labour – 24 Hours (Three Days)

ER24 COMBINED FIRST AID LEVEL TWO AND THREE

The First Aid Level Two and Three covers a refresh on principles of first aid and safety, including emergency scene management, artificial respiration, one rescuer adult CPR with AED Training, choking, basic wounds and bleeding, shock with unconsciousness and fainting, basic fractures, burns and head and spinal injuries, joint injuries, rescue carries, chest injuries, hand injuries, eye injuries, multiple patient injury management, two rescuer adult CPR with AED Training, pelvic and abdominal injuries, child resuscitation, infant resuscitation, environmental injuries and illnesses, poisons, bites and stings, seizures, management of foreign objects, soft tissue injuries and elementary and applied anatomy and physiology. The course also includes general principles of fractures and threatened limb, strain injuries, specific fractures, crush injuries, allergic reactions, emergency childbirth, behavioural emergencies, drowning, anatomy and physiology, and ethics related to emergency care. This course is accredited with the Department of Labour and covers the Health and Safety requirements for higher risk industrial and work based environments. On successful completion of the course the delegate will receive a certificate valid for three years.

Entry Requirements: Valid First Aid Level One Certificate and Grade 10 Certificate
Accredited by the Department of Labour – 40 Hours (Five Days)

ER24 FIRST AID LEVEL THREE

The First Aid Level Three covers adult and child anatomy and physiology, and advanced first aid, including fractures and basic bleeding control, choking, and CPR and AED usage as per the level one and two programmes. To add to this we also include rescue carrying, environmental emergencies, child emergencies, and spinal immobilisation of patients. This course is accredited with the Department of Labour and covers the Health and Safety requirements for higher risk industrial and work based environments.

Accredited by the Department of Labour – 45 Hours (Five Days)

ER24 COMBINED FIRST AID LEVEL ONE, TWO AND THREE

The combined First Aid Level One, Two and Three covers principles of first aid and safety, including emergency scene management, artificial respiration, one rescuer adult CPR with AED Training, choking, basic wounds and bleeding, shock with unconsciousness and fainting, basic fractures, burns and head and spinal injuries, joint injuries, rescue carries, chest injuries, hand injuries, eye injuries, multiple patient injury management, two rescuer adult CPR with AED Training, pelvic and abdominal injuries, child resuscitation, infant resuscitation, environmental injuries and illnesses, poisons, bites and stings, seizures, management of foreign objects, soft tissue injuries and elementary and applied anatomy and physiology, general principles of fractures and threatened limb, strain injuries, specific fractures, crush injuries, allergic reactions, emergency childbirth, behavioural emergencies, drowning, anatomy and physiology, and ethics related to emergency care. This course is accredited with the Department of Labour and covers the Health and Safety requirements for higher risk industrial and work based environments. On successful completion of the course the delegate will receive a certificate valid for three years.

Must complete workbook in order to complete all hours.
Entry Requirements: Grade 10 Certificate

Accredited by the Department of Labour – 52 Hours (Five Days Classroom Training)

PEADFACT – CHILD FIRST AID

The Emergency Care And Safety Institute of America

Caregivers and teachers need to know what to do when a child is injured or becomes suddenly and severely ill. Most injuries that require first aid are not life-threatening. Usually, first aid involves simple, common sense procedures. However first aid can sometimes mean the difference between life and death. All caregivers and teachers should have paediatric first aid training. The PEADFACT courses are designed to give caregivers and teachers the education and confidence they need to effectively care for a sick or injured child.

Eight Hour (One Day) Programme

SPORTS FIRST AID

The Emergency Care And Safety Institute of America

When athletes become ill or injured during practise or competition, the coaches and athletics trainers need to know how to respond – whether on the court, on the field, at the pool or simply in the gym. Upon completion of this course the coaches and athletes will know what to do when an emergency arises. Not only will they be able to manage the emergency, but also cover the “prevention is better than cure” aspect ensuring a better quality of life and fitness.

Eight Hour (One Day) Programme