Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) L3 from Highfield International

The Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course is aimed to give learners orientation on the principles of saving lives, to help promote recovery and to prevent further worsening of the condition of the casualty.


The Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW) course gives learners deeper understanding about how to treat the casualty by applying the proper procedures and prevent the condition of the casualty from worsening.


Anyone who needs to understand the basics of first aid. Anyone who wants to assist casualties after an incident. Anyone who wants to save lives!!!

What does this course cover?

What is first aid

Aims of first aid

Responsibilities of first aid provider

Primary Assessment

Recovery Position



Basic AED Operation


Secondary Assessment

Control of External Bleeding

Internal Bleeding

Managing Shock

Head, Neck or Back Injury

Swollen, Painful, Deformed Limb


Warning Signs of Sudden Illness

Stroke & Seizures

Diabetic Emergencies

Breathing difficulty, shortness of breath


Severe Allergic Reaction


Heat Exhaustion, Heat Stroke, Hypothermia, Frostbite

Emergency Moves

Contents of the first aid kit


Once you have achieved a pass, a qualification certificate having a validity of 3 years will be issued within 15 working days.

Further study & progression


If this is your first safety course, then you may be interested in taking other international qualifications, such as

  • Basic Plus from Medic First Aid
  • HABC Level 2 Pediatric First Aid
  • Pediatric Plus from Medic First Aid
  • Advance Diploma in Health, Safety and Environment
  • IOSH Managing Safely
  • NEBOSH Health and Safety at Work Award
  • NEBOSH Working with Wellbeing
  • NEBOSH Environmental Awareness at Work Qualification
  • NEBOSH HSE Introduction to Incident Investigation
  • NEBOSH HSE Award in Managing Risks and Risk Assessment at Work
  • NASP / IASP Advance Diploma in OSH


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