FREE Workplace First Aid Assessments Our dedicated St John First Aid Advisors come to your workplace and assess the risk for each site, establish the minimum requirements in terms of numbers of first aiders and the qualifications needed, as well as the minimum numbers of first aid kits and additional modules and where they should be located. We can also review your first aid procedures, or assist in developing these to meet the requirements of all your work sites. Additionally, we can give you advice on recommended actions beyond minimum requirements, such as the installation of Automated External Defibrillators and more. Restocking Services We can come to your workplace and carry out the following services to ensure your first aid kits are stocked and up to date: • Examine your stock levels and integrity of contents • Check expiry dates and restock accordingly to meet WHS regulations • Include an inventory list and audit date (as required by SafeWork Australia’s First Aid in the Workplace Code of Practice) First Aid Drills Regular first aid drills keep you and your team response-ready in between first aid courses. A St John trainer can visit your workplace and run first aid scenarios with your staff. Our first aid drills are fully customisable and can be scheduled throughout the year. SOLUTIONS 11
On-Site First Aid Services Overview
Our comprehensive range of services can be delivered on-site, so there is no need for you or your team to travel across town or the state. All training courses are available on-site, but there is more: whether it be first aid compliance, first aid restocking services or annual workplace assessments, you can get all of your first aid needs covered in one place with St John SA. With first aid drills and procedures playing a crucial part in the First Aid in the Workplace Code of Practice, we can also assist you in this regard to help you meet WHS legislation. Emerging issues The construction industry represents the industry with the second-highest rate of work-related serious injury claims according to Safe Work Australia 8 . Labourers, technicians and trades workers are the occupations reporting the most work-related serious injury claims 8 . These statistics highlight the importance of maintaining first aid requirements and the potential risks that may arise if correct first aid procedures and equipment are not in place. What you need to know... Common questions in workplaces include: • How do I assess first aid risks in my workplace? • How many accredited first aiders do I need? • What first aid training do I need to do? • Which resources and equipment do I need? • What about first aid procedures and drills? • Do I need to have a defibrillator? • How often do I need to do a risk assessment? St John SA can help answer these and any additional questions in a FREE, no obligation Workplace First Aid Assessment. For very remote areas we also offer over the phone support for these services (call 1300 78 5646). 8 Safe Work Australia 2018, ‘Work-related injury and disease - Key WHS statistics Australia 2018’.
We also offer resources for you to run your own drills (ask for self-managed drills).
Dedicated First Aid Advisors As part of the St John SA difference, every client will be assigned a dedicated First Aid Advisor. You will receive
personalised service, providing you with a single point of contact for all your first aid compliance needs.
In addition to your free Workplace First Aid Assessment, a free on-site demonstration can be provided with all defibrillator purchases in metropolitan areas.