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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

    22nd Apr 14 Ashford Central, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    23rd, 24th, 25th Apr 14 *FULL* Medway, Kent First Aid at Work (Initial)
    23rd Apr 14 Gravesend Dartford, Kent Level 2 Food Safety in Catering
    24th Apr 14 Chelmsford, Essex Emergency First Aid at Work
    26th Apr & 3rd May 14 *FULL* Medway, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    30th Apr 14 *FULL* Medway, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    30th Apr 14 South Croydon, Surrey Emergency First Aid at Work
    30th Apr 14 Gravesend Dartford, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    1st & 2nd May 14 *FULL* Medway, Kent First Aid at Work Requalification
    7th May 14 Medway, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    8 May 14 0930 - 1630 Bexleyheath, Kent Emergency First Aid at Work
    12th & 19th May 2014 9:30-16:30 Maidstone, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    14th May 14 Brighton Valley, East Sussex Emergency First Aid at Work
    14th, 21st, 28th May 14 Gravesend Dartford, Kent First Aid at Work (Initial)
    16th May 14 Basildon and Southend, Essex Emergency First Aid at Work
    16th May 14 Medway, Kent Level 2 Food Safety in Catering
    17th & 24th May 14 Bromley Beckenham PFA, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    17th & 24th May 14 Medway, Kent Paediatric First Aid
    17 & 24 May 2014 9:30-4:30 Canterbury, Kent Paediatric First Aid
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    REACH Bitesize advice: Information Leaflet Number 20 – Restrictions

    17 Apr, 2014

    Leaflet number 20 provides a brief introduction to the REACH restriction provisions and is in two parts. Part 1 looks at what restrictions are and what they could mean for companies within the EU. Part 2 looks at how a substance becomes subject to restriction and the processes involved.

    Case 280 – Patients must be supervised in outpatient waiting area

    17 Apr, 2014

    A sign on a locked entrance advises patients arriving early at a hospital fracture clinic that they are not permitted to wait in clinic without a nurse present, for health and safety reasons.

    Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games – HSE’s role during the run-up

    17 Apr, 2014

    Attention will focus on a number of areas, including the construction of temporary demountable structures (TDS), high hazard sites adjacent to venues and transport routes, legionella risks, and the safe storage and handling of pyrotechnics.

    Case 279 – Estate manager refuses to remove abandoned fridge

    17 Apr, 2014

    The custodian of a housing estate refuses to remove a fridge that appears to have been dumped on the site.

    Plumber prosecuted over illegal gas work at two fast-food restaurants

    16 Apr, 2014

    An Essex plumber has been given a suspended prison sentence and ordered to do 240 hours of community work after carrying out illegal and unsafe gas work at two fried chicken shops in Southend-on-Sea.

    Case 278 – High wire ban for 17-year-old wearing a stud earring

    16 Apr, 2014

    A seventeen-year-old attending a high wire adventure park was prevented from taking part as she had a small stud earring that could not be removed. She was advised that if she was over 18 she would be allowed access to the activity.

    Safety failings put Finchley worker in burns coma

    16 Apr, 2014

    A North London labourer received life-threatening burn injuries in an explosion when he severed a 415-volt electrical cable, unaware it was still live, a court has heard.

    Case 277 – Ambulance service refuse cycle helmet for training use due to health and safety

    16 Apr, 2014

    A motor cycle helmet which had suffered an impact and could not be used for motor cycling, was offered to the ambulance service for training purposes. They refused it due to health and safety reasons.
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