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Welcome To First Aid Swindon

First Aid Courses
for Construction Workers
in Swindon

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If you want to learn skills on how to deal with different kinds of emergencies, our first aid training courses will be for you. Whether you are on your own or looking to book a group we can help.

Our courses are fun, interactive, and easy to follow. You don't need any prior knowledge or experience to join them.


At First Aid Swindon, we take safety seriously. Our courses follow all HSE standards and will provide you with nationally recognised qualifications.

Should you require additional Ofqual regulation we can provide this on any private group course. Please get in touch for more information.


We believe that everyone should be able to afford high-quality first aid training. That's why we offer our courses at very competitive prices.

We guarantee that we will match the price of any other training provider that offers the same level and quality of training as we do.


You can find our training centre in the centre of Swindon. It's very convenient to get there by walking, driving, or taking public transport.

If you want to learn in your own place, we can make it happen! We can save you the hassle of travelling by delivering on-site training at your venue. You don't have to lift a finger. (Well, almost!)


First Aid Training Courses For Individuals And Business Working In The Construction Industries

We provide a variety of certified first aid courses for the construction and building sectors across Swindon and the South West.

Our aim is for every one of our customers to leave with enthusiasm about their new skills and confidence to act in case of an emergency. From individual and group first aid courses to complete business packages for employers who want to train their staff.

At First Aid Swindon we can meet all of your first aid requirements.

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Skills That Can Save Lives

Do All Businesses Need First Aid?

The Health Safety (First Aid) Regulations 1981 require all construction sites to have:

  • a first aid box with enough equipment to cope with the number of workers on site.
  • an appointed person to take charge of first aid arrangements.
  • information telling workers the name of the appointed person or first aider and where to find them. A notice in the site hut is a good way of doing this.
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We Can Come To You!

Of the 196 fatalities reported in the five years leading up to 2016/17
(Source: Fatal injuries reportable under RIDDOR, 2012/13-2016/17)

Structured For People Working In The Construction Industries.

We Can Come To You!

Knowing how to give first aid is a skill that can help you handle medical emergencies in any situation, whether at home, on the street or at work.

If you work in the construction industry, there is a higher chance of accidents happening on building sites because of the type of work. Having first aiders on site could save a victim’s life if a medical emergency happened.

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These charts show the most frequent accidents that happen on building sites and the most common cause of death and serious injury.

The main cause of death is falls from height, which can also cause serious injury. Being able to react quickly to these accidents can save lives and prevent the injury from getting worse. Falls from height can involve severe fractures, bleeds, head and spinal injuries as well as shock.

Being able to treat these injuries on the spot before the ambulance arrives could make the difference between life and death. For example, someone who stops breathing has only about 4 to 6 minutes before their brain cells start to die. Doing CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) will keep them alive until the paramedics come with AED machines and more help.

Heavy bleeds need to be stopped right away within 5 minutes or the victim may die from blood loss.

It will take longer than this for an ambulance to get there, so the first aider’s actions are very important.

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Non-Fatal Injuries To Employees
By Main Accident Kind

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Of the 5,055 injuries reported in 2016/17
(Source: Fatal injuries reportable under RIDDOR, 2012/13-2016/17)

Hear from some of our customers

Our testimonials say it all!

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