First Aid Interventions Bedford
01234 344925 
Cyanide Poisoning - New recommendations on first aid treatment 
This course is for those businesses who work with cyanide where the risk assessment establishes the need to have suitably trained staff to deliver first aid emergency care.  
Cyanide is used in more industries that can be mentioned here, including: pharmaceuticals, paper, a variety of plastics, gold mining, dyes (the dye in blue jeans, for example), electroplating, heat treating, etc., etc. 
The course is designed for First Aiders to be able to administer emergency first aid safely and effectively, from the complete novice to those who are skilled but require updating. 
This course is recommended to be combined with Oxygen Therapy training but can be combined with any of our courses, we bespoke training packages to meet your industry needs, contact us to discuss how we can help. We also have a detailed course covering Hydrofluoric Acid (HF).  
All our courses are based on best practice guidelines, on completion all candidates receive a detailed verifiable certificate valid for 1 year. If there are any changes in the recommended guidelines on the emergency first aid treatment of cyanide or HF, we will automatically inform you with the update. 
Training is delivered by a qualified Paramedic and Resuscitation Council (UK) Instructor 
The training is based on resources from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), British Thoracic Society and the Resuscitation Council (UK) 
Course Content 
How to Protect yourself 
Signs & Symptoms of exposure to Cyanide Poisoning 
First Aid and Emergency Treatment of Cyanide Including- 
Skin Contact 
Eye Contact and Ingestion 
The role of Oxygen and Resuscitation 
Event Reporting 
All the courses we offer are very competitively priced; in fact we are considerably cheaper than many well-known organisations, for more information contact us  
First Aid Interventions work with clients throughout Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire Hertfordshire, Northamptonshire, Milton Keynes and London. 
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