First Aid Oz

First Aid Oz

First Aid Oz

First Aid Oz delivers Government Recognized and Industry accredited courses and updates across Australia. (RTO21793)

We can come to your workplace, school or sporting club – or you can come to our regular on-campus classes.

For those who are restricted by distance, COVID19, work-from-home conditions or just time poor, our ONLINE CPR UPDATE option allows the flexibility of completing the course from home, work or on remote location.

Note: NEW UNIT CODES below, check that you are enrolled in the most current versions.

Units we deliver include:

Our courses are delivered using a combination of online resources and face to face training, to minimize your down time and allow flexibility to complete theory tasks in your own time and setting.

Our team then come in and deliver the practical training and conduct assessment.

Having all the right equipment on hand is useless if you don’t have the skills to use it. It is essential to get qualified and learn the necessary skills, as is keeping that training refreshed.

As we all know, a skill that goes unpracticed can become rusty. In fact, the reason CPR training is recommended to be renewed is that there are always advancements in training and in methods of performing both CPR and emergency responses.

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First Aid Kits

first aid ozAll workplaces should have their own first aid kits but you can’t always rely on them to be appropriately stocked. So supplement them with your own kit.

Quality supplies aren’t that expensive and they allow you to quickly treat basic injuries that commonly occur among out of shape clients.

All kits should be checked and replenished (or replaced) each year. Check the expiration dates on medications and ointments, etc. Keep your kit out of harsh temperatures and environments where possible.

Keep a notebook with the medications and ointments, with their expiration listed, so you can replace easily as needed.

A basic kit should include:

  • Adhesive bandages
  • Adhesive tape
  • Antibiotic treatment
  • Antiseptic
  • Breathing barrier
  • Burn dressing
  • Burn treatment
  • Cold pack
  • Eye coverings
  • Eye wash
  • First aid guide
  • Hand sanitizers
  • Medical exam gloves
  • Roller bandage
  • Scissors
  • Sterile pads
  • Trauma pads
  • Triangular bandage
  • Bronchodilator and spacer