1. From your risk assessment, what degree of hazard is associated with your work activities?
LOW hazard Such as offices, shops, libraries
Higher hazard Such as light engineering and assembly work, food processing, warehousing, extensive work with dangerous machinery or sharp instruments, construction, chemical manufacture
2. How many employees do you have?
Fewer than 25
3. What first-aid personnel do you need?
At least 1 appointed person
At least 1 EFAW trained first -aider
At least 1 FAW trained first -aider for every 100 employed (or part thereof)
More than 50
25 - 50
Fewer than 5
5 - 50
More than 50
At least 1 appointed person
At least 1 EFAW or FAW trained first-aider, depending on the type of injuries that may occur
At least 1 FAW trained first-aider for every 50 employed (or part thereof)
4. What injuries and illnesses have previously occurred in your workplace?
Ensure any injuries or illness that may occur can be dealt with by the first -aiders you provide Where first -aiders are shown to be unnecessary, there is still a possibility of an accident or sudden illness, so you may wish to consider providing qualified first -aiders
Inexperienced workers or employees with disabilities or particular health problems Employees who travel a lot, work remotely or work alone Employees who work shifts or out-of-hours Premises spread out across buildings/floors Workplace remote from the emergency services Employees working at sites occupied by other employers Planned & unplanned absences of first- aider/ appointed person Members of the public who visit the workplace
5. Have you taken account of the factors below that may affect your first-aid provision?
1. From your risk assessment, what degree of hazard is associated with your work activities?
LOW hazard? Such as  offices, shops, libraries
Higher hazard? Such as light engineering and assembly work, food processing, warehousing, extensive work with dangerous machinery or sharp instruments, construction, chemical manufacture

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