First aid trainings

First aid training

First aid training, the Finnish Red Cross FRC

 

The Occupational Safety Act requires that the employer maintains first-aid readiness at the workplace. We provide our clients with various levels of first aid courses that give the ability and courage to respond even in unexpected emergencies and can be tailored to the needs of companies. Our first aid courses follow the FRC framework, and the trainers are officially approved first aid and health information trainers working in occupational health.

 

FRC’s first aid training can also take the form of hybrid courses, in which case the theoretical part of the training takes place online and face-to-face training is conducted under the supervision of the teacher.

 

 

Our training programme includes:

Courses in Finnish

 

SPR Emergency First Aid Course 4 h R On-site Training

SPR Emergency First Aid Course 4 h R Webinar

SPR Emergency First Aid Course 4 h R Online Training

SPR Emergency First Aid Course 8 h R On-site Training

SPR Emergency First Aid Course 8 h R Webinar

SPR Emergency First Aid Course 8 h R Hybrid Training

SPR First Aid Course 16 h R On-site Training

SPR First aid course 16 h R Webinar

SPR First aid course 16 h R Hybrid Training

Emergency First Aid Course for Electrical Workers 8 h, On-site Training

For more information on the courses:

Minna Bonn, 040 7585199 minna.bonn@ttbotnia.fi

Outi Rasinperä, 040 548699 outi.rasinpera@ttbotnia.fi

Learn more about other occupational health services

Occupational health oriented medical care

Our medical care is based on occupational health care, i.e. we focus on illnesses and injuries relating to the occupation or conditions that have a long-term effect on the employee’s ability to work.

Occupational physiotherapy services

Workplace investigations in cooperation with the multiprofessional occupational health care team.

Occupational psychology services

The aim of occupational psychology services is to support work and functional ability at both individual and work community levels.

Support for work ability

Together with the employer, we aim to support the employees in maintaining and promoting their ability to work.

Seafarers’ health care

A recognised medical practitioner at the health centre for seafarers has the right to issue a seafarer’s pre-sea examination certificate required at the time of departure for maritime work or at the start of related studies.

Group activities

We offer first aid, sleep, stress management and weight management group activities.

Workplace investigation

The planning of occupational health care activities at the workplace is based on a workplace investigation.

Health check

The aim of the occupational health check is to identify work-related diseases and eventual reductions in working ability in a preventive manner.