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Safety training courses in first aid and accidents
An accident is in a small corner. At any time of the day, an accident can happen just like that. Do you know how to act then? Being able to act appropriately in the event of an accident can be a matter of life and death. That is why it is good if you have knowledge about how to administer first aid in case of accidents. Accidents can also happen at work. Do you want to be able to help your colleagues in case of an emergency? Become an FAFS officer! We are happy to teach you the necessary knowledge about FAFS and first aid so that you can act safely and accurately right away when your help is needed in emergency situations! Every year we train thousands of students who work in high-risk environments. So don't wait any longer and book your FAFS/First Aid safety training quickly!
Certificates for BHV and EHBO are issued by us on behalf of various agencies.
Frequently asked questions about FAFS/EHBO
As often as necessary, but at least once a year. The permit may state that it must be done several times a year. The output must be evaluated and put on paper. We are specialised to supervise this.
It is wise for everyone to follow a first aid training course. For both business and private situations. However, in a professional organisation, first aid training alone is not sufficient. The ARBO Act states that FAFS officers must be present when work is being done. FAFS consists of abbreviated first aid/lifesaving action, extinguishing a starting fire and supervising an evacuation. Because of the possible risks, consideration may be given to expanding the first aid/life-saving action part a little, for example to obtain a First Aid Oranje Kruis diploma.
The Working Conditions Act does not literally state how many FAFS officers are needed per company. However, the Working Conditions Act does state that businesses are obliged to take effective measures in the area of in-house emergency response. What is effective depends on the size of the business and the risks involved. The number of FAFS officers is often determined by the RI&E (Risk Inventory and Evaluation) that the business must have. For more information, see the Health and Safety Portal of the Dutch government.
NIBHV stands for Nederlands Instituut Bedrijfshulpverlening, a quality mark for in-house emergency response services. By taking the NIBHV exam, you have extra assurance that the FAFS training you are following is of sufficient quality. The trainers who give NIBHV training courses have a certified NIBHV instructors diploma and are allowed to give FAFS courses that are completed with the NIBHV exam. If you take the NIBHV exam, there are additional costs involved. More information can be found on the individual training pages of our NIBHV courses. The course itself is identical to the completion of the DELTA exam. The NIBHV and DELTA theoretical and practical exams make no difference in terms of content or degree of difficulty.