URIECA - UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced 4 Day Training Course
Course Code FA12
Course Cost: Upon Application
Forthcoming Course Dates
Training Course Information
Advanced first aid training for organisations operating in remote locations and within the offshore renewables sector.
Date of Next Course: Upon Receipt
Subject to a minimum of 6 or 12 delegates
Venue: Fire Service Headquarters, Hessle - Nr Hull
Duration: 3 Days
Forthcoming Course Dates
Why not check out our course syllabus below - available in the downloads section
The most advanced first aid and trauma training course available for non-healthcare workers
Increased medical response challenges create advanced training needs
As the European offshore renewables sector continues to experience growth and the distance from the shore to wind farm turbines increases, medical response times for attending the scene of a casualty are lengthening. As a result, leading operators are having to place greater emphasis on advanced first aid capabilities and the provision of lifesaving skills.
It has been recognised that health and safety legislation and basic first aid training clearly don’t satisfy the requirements for workers, contractors and technicians operating in remote and offshore locations.
Review Our Customer Testimonials Below
Face unique risks with specialist skills
Your employees, contractors and technicians working in the offshore and remote locations face unique risks, so equip them with the skills to successfully overcome those challenges with confidence. Should an incident or accident occur where a casualty needs to be stabilised, receive first aid and pain relief, our advanced first aid training course delivers best practice training, helping to upskill your first aider to an advanced first aider and increase their competence levels.
Raising the standards of advanced first aid with the URIECA UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced Training Course
HFR Solutions CIC is one of the few training providers with the expertise to deliver a 4 Day Advanced First Aid & Trauma Training Course, clinically governed by leading healthcare professionals. This allows our highly-experienced instructors to train your delegates to administer on-site pain relief and support the provision of medical equipment.
The course has been developed in conjunction with pre-hospital care experts, remote rescue specialists and those working in the renewable energy sector to ensure that it is carefully tailored for those working in the most demanding environments. What’s more, the course instructors hold vast experience in both pre and in-hospital care so you can rest assured that delegates are in the safest hands.
To book your place on our next URIECA UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced Training Course, please click the link below or call 01482 398521
URIECA UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced Training - Course overview
This is the most advanced First Aid Training Course delivered by HFR Solutions CIC for the offshore renewables sector.
Customer Testimonials - Just don't take our word for it ..........
Leading operators Centrica, Dong Energy and Statkraft confirm that HFR Solutions CIC have addressed a fundamental requirement launching their URIECA - UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced 4 Day Training Course by saying,
“It is good to be exposed to advanced trauma and immediate emergency care training only in roles that require this knowledge in a day- to-day basis. The course was delivered in an excellent manner and we were made aware of how to react and treat victims in traumatic situations”.
Tracey Nielsen, HSE Engineer, Dong Energy
“The time taken to respond to a trauma incident offshore has always been a concern. The skills learned on this course will enable a quicker response time in the field and an increased chance of preserving life in the event of a major incident”.
Stephen Adams, Operations Manager, Centrica Renewables
“From a work perspective the training will enable me to manage a serious situation calmly and methodically based on the algorithm and practical skills given, hopefully enabling speedy treatment to those in remote locations. The course delivery was excellent and although I hope I never have to use it, I gained a great deal of skills which I can maintain due to the E learning and clinical governance package”.
Ross McMillan, Operational Lead, Statkraft - Sheringham Shoal
What are the learner outcomes?
Key deliverables for delegates attending our course include:
- Ability to administer advanced first aid at offshore renewable and remote locations
- Authority to prescribe medicine and pain relief with governance in place from leading healthcare professionals
- Increased confidence in response - to provide care if circumstances require
- Competence to deal with medical and trauma incidents
- Familiarisation and usage of bespoke equipment
What are the benefits to your organisation?
The benefits of sending your delegates to our URIECA UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced
Training course include:
- Sets the medical standards for the delivery of advanced first aid training to the offshore wind sector
- Better survival rates - even in the event of major trauma
- Has clinical governance in place from leading healthcare professionals – providing a systematic approach and maintenance of a quality clinical service
- Your organisation is better prepared should an incident occur
- Increased levels of trust amongst your offshore teams
- Improving morale – your team trained in advanced health and safety
- Peace of mind - increased competence levels
- More self-sufficient – not reliant on one single individual – if it is the first aider that requires assistance
- Health & Safety at work – not adequate for workers in the offshore renewables sector
What are the specific course deliverables?
The training will cover key lifesaving skills, rapid intervention in the event of severe or life threating trauma and best practice processes for response to common emergencies and multiple various other training needs highlighted in the attached course syllabus file below.