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First Aid, Food Hygiene, Health & Safety Training courses

Medi Aid UK Limited provides First Aid, Food Hygiene and Health and Safety training courses to clients across the United Kingdom. We offer a wide range of professional, quality courses at realistic prices, in a comfortable and enjoyable training environment.

All of our courses can be run in-house at your venue. However, we also offer a selection of courses at various locations around the country particularly in Kent, Essex, East Sussex, Surrey & London at Ashford, Canterbury, Chatham, Gravesend, Maidstone, Ramsgate, Sittingbourne, Tonbridge, Harlow, Southend, Brighton, Hastings, Croydon, Harlow, Chelmsford and central London.

Some of the organisations we are approved by:

  • Health and Safety Executive (HSE);
  • Chartered Institue of Environmental Health (CIEH).
  • Federation Of First Aid Training Organisations(FOFATO).
  • Highfield Awarding Body for Compliance (HABC).
  • Qualsafe Awards (QA).
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    Upcoming Courses & Prices

    4th & 5th May 16 Gravesend, Kent First Aid at Work Requalification
    5th May 16 Chatham, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    7th & 14th May 16 Canterbury, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    9th May 16 Ashford Central, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    10th,11th & 12th May 16 Ealing, London First Aid at Work (Initial)
    11th & 12th May 16 Chatham, Kent First Aid at Work Requalification
    13th May 16 Chelmsford, Essex Emergency First Aid at Work
    14th & 21st May 16 Bexley First Aid courses, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    14th & 21st May 16 Chatham, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    14th & 21st May 16 Bromley Beckenham PFA, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    17th, 18th, 19th May 16 Chatham, Kent First Aid at Work (Initial)
    17th May 16 Brighton, East Sussex Emergency First Aid at Work
    17, 18 & 19 May 2016 South Croydon, Surrey First Aid At Work Initial Course
    20th May 16 South Croydon, Surrey Emergency First Aid at Work
    20th May 16 Maidstone, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    23rd & 24th May 16 Ashford Central, Kent First Aid at Work Requalification
    23 & 24 May 16 Chatham, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    23 & 24 May 16 South Croydon, Surrey Paediatric First Aid
    24th May 16 Ilford, Essex Emergency First Aid at Work
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    Foundation trust fined over bedrail failures

    29 Apr, 2016

    A North West NHS foundation trust has been fined over its inappropriate management of the use of bedrails at its hospitals.

    Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) refresher – Buxton, 1 June 2016

    29 Apr, 2016

    One-day refresher course designed for doctors and nurses who would like to update their knowledge and clinical skills to assess workers exposed to hand-transmitted vibration.

    Layers of protection analysis: practical application and pitfalls (LOPA) – Buxton, 7-8 June 2016

    29 Apr, 2016

    The course will cover: LOPA, uses and complexity, when to use LOPA and when to consider QRA, study prerequisites and preparation, target frequencies and human factors.

    Improving your health related risk assessments – Buxton, 8 June 2016

    29 Apr, 2016

    Course is designed to help the general H&S practitioner better understand the ‘invisible’ risks associated with hazardous substances, noise and vibration and aims to provide a more confident approach to these issues.

    IOSH branch meeting: It’s happened, what do we do NOW? – Widnes, 8 June 2016

    29 Apr, 2016

    In attending this free event, delegates will learn how to work together with company directors to ensure whatever happened does not happen again. In doing so, you will develop skills in how to engage the board in OSH management and in turn be able to clearly show that OSH investment is well worth doing.

    Hazardous area classification – Buxton, 9 June 2016

    29 Apr, 2016

    The Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations (DSEAR) require that areas where accidental releases of dangerous substances could occur are identified and classified according to the likelihood of the formation of a flammable atmosphere.

    Foresight workshop: anticipating and adapting to change – Buxton, 9 June 2016

    29 Apr, 2016

    This one-day workshop will show how companies can benefit from anticipating and adapting to the changing world. Based on a series of case studies delegates will use a range of techniques to identify the challenges and opportunities for future risk management.

    Demolition company fined for safety failings

    28 Apr, 2016

    A Nottinghamshire demolition company has been fined for safety failings following a report to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE).
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