First Aid Risk Assessments

Would you like to know what your First Aider and Kit requirements are, to meet your legal responsibilities?

If you have answered yes, we are more than happy to come to you and conduct a FREE walk-through First Aid Risk Assessment.

It only takes a few details to find out what training and kit are right for you, based on Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regulations. We will come to your workplace, school or group – talk you through everything you need, look at the number of people you have on the premises, the different zones within it and quickly come back to you with a report that details our assessment and recommendations.

Alternatively, use our calculator (below) to enable us work out what your requirements are for First Aiders and First Aid kits –  to ensure that you are fully compliant.

Just complete and submit the form below and we will talk you through with what you need to be fully covered.

All employers/group leaders are legally responsible to ensure that: ‘there is appropriate First Aid cover for staff and visitors in the event of an accident’.

An absent First Aider can not save a life in the workplace.

Make sure that you have enough First Aid cover throughout the year. Call us on 0845 838 7764, at any time, if you wish to talk through your First Aid needs.

First Aid Risk Assessment Calculator

Some details about you



Define the areas of your workplace



Submit a form for each area of your business. You must split your workplace (your area of responsibility) into multiple significant areas if:
- it covers more than one floor
- it contains both low and high hazard areas
- it would take more than 60 seconds to cover on foot


Select the area for this form

Do you have staff in this area who:

Are pregnant?
YESNO

Are inexperienced?
YESNO

Have a disability?
YESNO

Is your workplace a school?
YESNO

Health issues in this area



Are there/have there been any instances of the following amongst the people using this area:

Asthma
YESNO

Seizures
YESNO

Chest pains
YESNO

Low blood sugar
YESNO

Severe allergies
YESNO

Stroke
YESNO

Working in this area



In this area, do workers regularly work with or encounter any of the following potential hazards:

Electricity
YESNO

Acid
YESNO

Gas
YESNO

Machinery
YESNO

Chemicals
YESNO

Slippery or uneven surfaces
YESNO

Heights
YESNO

Workplace transport
YESNO

Cyanide poisoning
YESNO

Water
YESNO

Outside work
YESNO

Does this area include any narrow or restrictive spaces?
YESNO

General questions



Would you consider this workplace to be more than 10 minutes away from emergency services?
YESNO

Have you carried out a risk assessment and implemented the findings?
YESNO

Thank you. This is all we need to know. Complete additional forms, for the other areas of your business. Please submit the form and we will come right back to you with our assessment and recommendations.


Not sure what cover you need to meet your legal requirements? We can quickly help you to find out… more >

If you only have a small number of staff that you wish to have trained, the ideal solution for you is to book on to one of our open courses… more >

The Level 3 (RQF) Award First Aid at Work qualification is designed for anyone who needs to or would like to be an accredited First Aider in the workplace… more >

The Level 3 (RQF) Award in Emergency First Aid at work qualification is designed for anyone who needs to or would like to be an Emergency First Aider in low risk environments… more >

This course is designed for those who are responsible for overseeing fire safety, designated Fire Marshals/Wardens and anyone who needs to know how to use a fire extinguisher… more >

The course is designed for managers, supervisors, business owners, and anyone responsible for health and safety for small and medium-size businesses… more >

This course is designed for those who undertake manual handling activities in their working role and it can be customised so that delegates can experience handling objects which they would encounter in their workplace… more >

If you work or plan to work in the outdoors, or if you are just a keen outdoors person, this comprehensive two-day course covers a wide range of First Aid emergencies, enabling all participants to deal with emergency situations with confidence in a prompt, safe and effective way, particularly where professional medical help is not immediately available… more>

This specialised Duke of Edinburgh (DofE) First Aid course fulfils the requirements of the First Aid element of the expedition syllabus and it is suitable for the Bronze, Silver and Gold DofE awards participants… more>

The Level 3 (RQF) Award in Paediatric First Aid qualification is accredited and regulated and provides First Aid training specifically for those learners who would like to be able to administer First Aid to infants under the age of 1 and children from the age of 1 up to the onset of puberty… more >

This course covers everything you need to know on helping a sick, injured or ill child, prior to the arrival of the emergency services… more >

Employers are legally required to ensure their First Aiders are competent and maintain their skills throughout the three years in which their certificates are valid. This refresher training should be provided in the years when a First Aider is not initially qualifying or re-qualifying… more >

The First Aid at Work requalification training course updates the First Aid skills of those who need to renew their First Aid at work certificate. The HSE strongly recommends that you requalify within a month of your certificate expiring… more >

The Level 2 (RQF) Award in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillation (AED) qualification is designed to provide learners with the skills and knowledge to administer basic life support and use an AED in an emergency… more >

Catastrophic bleeding is life-threatening and can kill in minutes, so having a fast and effective method of stopping bleeding is a must have skill. This course will equip the user with the necessary skills, knowledge and expertise on how to apply a Tourniquet (CAT, MAT, and SOFT T) and Haemostatic dressings (Celox/Quick Clot) in the event of an emergency… more >

The Level 3 (RQF) Award in Oxygen Therapy Administration enables users to administer oxygen safely and effectively for casualties with breathing difficulties. Delegates will learn how and when to administer oxygen to a casualty and the safety concerns with carrying, storing and administering it… more >

The Level 3 (RQF) Award in Immediate Management of Anaphylaxis (EpiPen) qualification is designed to provide the necessary skills to manage casualties with anaphylaxis and ultimately performing effective basic life support if required until emergency assistance arrives… more >

All our trainers are qualified Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) Assessors, meeting the First Aid Awarding Organisation Forum’s Assessment Principles for First Aid… more >

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“The team’s advice was really helpful. I felt confident booking on our Fist Aiders and the recommendations on what First Aid kit we should have were a big help.”

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Training Books

Comprehensive, fully illustrated training books supplement our courses and are included in our training packs.

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Measure to Improve

We use the latest resus manikins, Little Anne QCPR, to obtain real-time and summary feedback of CPR performance via Bluetooth. Helping us to deliver the best training for you.

Regulated by Ofqual

Under their Regulated Quality Framework (RQF) and accredited by the FAA and FutureQuals.

Costs You Will Like

We package as much training into the most cost-effective solution for you, aiming to beat any written quote.

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First Aid Risk Assessment | Let us have a few details and we will come right back to you with what value we can add.