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Brisbane First Aid Courses including:

• First Aid Courses & Advanced First Aid Courses
• CPR Courses & Advanced Resuscitation
• Advanced Resuscitation Techniques
• Asthma and Anaphylaxis course (HLTAID004)
• Low Voltage Electrical Work Rescue

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Our highly trained instructors specialise in CPR Courses including:

• Provide CPR
• Provide Basic Emergency Life Support
• Advanced Resuscitation Techniques

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First Aid Action are very flexible in the delivery of all courses.
All first aid and CPR courses can be conducted on your
premises for your convenience or an outside venue can be arranged.

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First Aid Action in Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Ipswich

BRISBANE FIRST AID COURSES AND CPR COURSES MADE EASY
(AND SURROUNDS)

Learn how to Provide First Aid with our skilled first aid trainers. We offer a range of First Aid Courses, First Aid Training and CPR Training, as well as specialised first aid courses in Anaphylaxis, Live Low Voltage Rescue, and Asthma Management First Aid courses.

ADVANCED RESUSCITATION

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WELCOME

First Aid Action is the preferred first aid training company to many public and private organisations in road, rail, oil and gas, education, child care, medical, electrical and manufacturing industries. First Aid Action offers tailored first aid training programs to suit your industry or business requirements. Our courses are facilitated with a hands on approach using props for realistic scenarios relevant to our clients needs. We use group activities, video and PowerPoint presentations ensuring our first aid courses are interactive, engaging and an enjoyable experience. First Aid Action have first aid trainers with backgrounds in Nursing, Ambulance, Paramedic and Emergency Response. We provide on-site first aid training or have venues located in Ipswich and Brisbane. Our highly first aid trained instructors specialise in:

    • First Aid Training Courses
    • CPR Courses
    • Advanced Resuscitation Techniques
    • Asthma and Anaphylaxis course (HLTAID004)
    • Low Voltage Electrical Work Rescue

First Aid Action are very flexible in the delivery of all first aid courses. All first aid and CPR training courses can be conducted on your premises for your convenience or an outside venue can be arranged.

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Form

At First Aid Action, we care about the health and wellbeing of our people. To protect our employees, contractors, students and their families from the potential of contracting Coronavirus (COVID-19), we ask that you fill out the contact tracing from to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

 

Please click the above link to complete the COVID-19 Contact Tracing form.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Notice

At First Aid Action we care about the health and wellbeing of all staff, contractors, students and their families. We are monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and are listening carefully to the questions and concerns we receive from both our staff and clients.

It’s important that we give you as much information as possible about the procedures we adhere to in order to maintain a sanitary environment to ensure the safety of our staff and clients. Be assured that we are actively monitoring advice from health authorities and the Australian First Aid Training Council in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and have put extra precautions in place to ensure client health and safety in our classes.

We have put the following precautions put in place to ensure client health and safety in our classes:

  • Limiting class sizes to 10 to ensure that social distances are observed
  • Limiting class sizes to what is available under the 1 person per 4 square meter ruling
  • Washing hands prior to entry and after any handling of equipment (for 20 seconds as per health recommendations)
  • Signing a form prior to entry re illness etc
  • Wearing gloves when handling equipment
  • Using face shields
  • Using lots and lots of alcohol swabs on manikins after each use
  • All practical assessments will be performed on themselves or a manikin ie: bandaging etc
  • Use of disposable slings and only use bandages once
  • Students will not be in contact with one another
  • We are using antibacterial disinfectant spray as well as wipes to ensure surfaces and equipment are maintained to required standards
  • We are not allowing the blowing into the manikins but performing the breaths to the side of the manikin
  • Students are welcome to wear face shields if they feel more comfortable
  • Utilising online learning for theory work so as to limit face-to-face interaction
  • Bring own biro!

ANY RESCHEDULING OF COURSES DUE TO COVID-19 WILL NOT BE SUBJECT TO THE NO SHOW POLICY

If you have been in contact with any person with suspected or diagnosed COVID-19, or you yourself are feeling unwell, please call the office and reschedule at no additional cost into a class once you have the all clear from medical practitioners.  Any client who attends a class with flu like symptoms will be asked by the trainer to leave and will forfeit their booking. We must ensure exclusion of anyone showing signs of being sick in our classes, for the safety of our staff and everyone else attending the training session.

It is important that we look after the welfare of our students, their families and yourselves.

Please let us know if you have any questions. We are happy to accommodate any concerns you may have regarding the COVID-19 situation.

Thank you for your continued support throughout this constantly evolving health situation.

Self-quarantine advice:

If you have been overseas in the last 14 days and are feeling unwell, see a doctor immediately. The advice below is for anyone who feels well and has travelled overseas, or been in contact with a confirmed case of novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • You MUST self-quarantine for 14 days:
    • from the date you departed mainland China or Iran
    • from the date you departed South Korea (if you departed on or after 9pm 5 March)
    • from the date you departed Italy (if you departed on or after 6pm 11 March).
  • If you begin to feel unwell and develop a fever or shortness of breath, a cough or a respiratory illness during your period of self-quarantine you should seek immediate medical attention. Call ahead to your GP or emergency department and mention your travel history before you arrive.
  • If you experience any other symptom during your period of self-quarantine you should also seek immediate medical attention. Call ahead to your GP or emergency department and mention your travel history before you arrive.

If you have been in close contact with someone who already has novel coronavirus:

  • You MUST self-quarantine for 14 days from the last date of contact with the confirmed case.

  • If you begin to feel unwell and develop a fever or shortness of breath, a cough or a respiratory illness during your period of self-quarantine you should seek immediate medical attention. Call ahead to your GP or emergency department and mention you’ve been in contact with someone with novel coronavirus infection before you arrive.
  • If you experience any other symptoms or illness, perhaps due to chronic disease, during your period of self-quarantine you should also seek immediate medical attention. Call ahead to your GP or emergency department and mention you’ve been in contact with someone with novel coronavirus infection before you arrive.

About coronavirus

The COVID-19 novel coronavirus is a new strain of coronavirus affecting humans.

Some coronaviruses can cause illness similar to the common cold and others can cause more serious diseases such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

This novel coronavirus is still new and as such we are still learning more about it.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is leading the global response to the novel coronavirus outbreak and is working with Chinese authorities and global experts to learn more about the virus including how it affects people, how it is transmitted and what countries can do to respond.

Symptoms, diagnosis and treatment

A number of clinical symptoms have been reported in identified cases of novel coronavirus. These symptoms include:

  • fever
  • a cough
  • sore throat
  • fatigue
  • shortness of breath.

Anyone with these symptoms who has travelled to or through mainland China, Iran or South Korea in the past 14 days should see a doctor immediately. Before your appointment, please call ahead and advise of your symptoms and recent travel so necessary precautions can be undertaken.

People with suspected novel coronavirus will be tested and may also need to have a chest x-ray.

There is no specific treatment for COVID-19 infection. Antibiotics are not effective against viral infections. However, most of the symptoms can be treated with supportive medical care.

There is currently no vaccine for COVID-19 novel coronavirus.

The Queensland Government has added COVID-19 novel coronavirus to the state’s notifiable conditions list.

Protecting yourself and others from the novel coronavirus

Novel coronavirus is transmitted from person to person, usually when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Transmission may occur from contaminated surfaces, so it is important to frequently wash your hands.

To protect yourself and others from infection practice good hand and respiratory hygiene including:

  • cleaning hands with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rubs
  • covering your nose and mouth with a tissue or flexed elbow when coughing or sneezing
  • avoiding contact with anyone who has symptoms such as fever, a cough, sore throat, fatigue, and shortness of breath.
  • staying home if you are unwell.

Based on current advice, only people who have returned from mainland China, Iran or South Korea, are unwell and have access to a face-mask should use it. For anyone else who does not have symptoms, a face-mask is not necessary.
There is no need to cancel any events or gatherings or take additional precautions to normal practice. People who are unwell should not attend public events.

More information

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TESTIMONIALS

“We had the pleasure of having our CPR and First Aid updated by First Aid Action.

Luella, the trainer was more than helpful with meeting the requirements of all individuals on the day who ranged from first time to refresher. Luella’s knowledge was vast and she spoke in laymans terms so that all could understand what the expectations were.

The equipment used was in good order and easy to use, the scenarios for incidents were well thought out and all individuals on the day reported having learned many things.

I would recommend First Aid Action to any business or persons who are looking to upskill or refresh. We are going to use them again.”

Shane M – HSE Coordinator

“I just wanted to congratulate you on a great first aid course. I have been attending first aid courses for 22 years and was a flight attendant for Ansett for eight years, where first aid was part of my daily life.

In my experience your delivery of what can sometimes be a very dry and information rich content was done in a professional, informative and interactive way. I have spoken to many of my colleagues and we all feel the same way. It’s not often I put pen to paper, however in your case I wanted to ensure that you received this feedback.”

Samantha – Operations Readiness Coordinator | Australia Pacific LNG Project – Pipelines

“I found the first aid course run by Luella Charles for First Aid Action was presented in a enthusiastic and informative manner. More importantly, Luella was able to cover all the aspects of first aid and CPR in one day instead of two, saving me valuable time. I would not hestitate to recommend her first aid courses to my family, friends and colleagues.”

Luke Physiotherapist, Physioactive (Ipswich)

“The training courses that Luella delivers are first class.  Her knowledgeable, energetic and engaging style ensures that every participant is actively involved in the learning process and completes the course with genuine life saving skills.

It’s this, and the overwhelming positive feedback from our crews, that makes First Aid Action our exclusive first aid provider.”

Christiaan K – Training Coordinator for Leighton Contractors | Australia Pacific LNG Upstream Phase 1 Project

  • Eileen likes to help Luella teach first aid!

  • Eileen is waiting for someone to rescue her

  • Somebody remove that chainsaw!

  • Staff from Ashburner Francis learning vital skills

  • Staff from CV services Energy doing a great job at saving lives!

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    If you would like to find a Trainer closer to your home – Please click this link to find our Contract Trainers.

    We have Contract Trainers available on the Gold Coast, Gympie and in South Australia.

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