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Construction

Construction

The Construction industry can greatly benefit from physical and mental health first aid training provided by Madeleys First Aid Plus. Here are the reasons why:

  1. High-Risk Work Environment: The construction industry involves working with heavy machinery, power tools, and in potentially hazardous conditions. Accidents and injuries can occur, ranging from minor cuts and burns to more severe incidents such as falls, crush injuries, or electric shocks. Physical first aid training equips construction workers with the skills to respond promptly and appropriately to on-site emergencies, providing immediate care until professional help arrives.
  2. Physical Strain and Musculoskeletal Issues: Construction work often involves repetitive tasks, heavy lifting, and prolonged periods of standing or working in awkward positions. These factors can lead to musculoskeletal issues such as back pain, strains, and repetitive strain injuries. Physical first aid training educates workers on proper body mechanics, ergonomics, and injury prevention techniques to reduce the risk of such injuries.
  3. Mental Health Challenges: The construction industry can be mentally demanding and stressful. Long hours, tight deadlines, and high-pressure environments can contribute to mental health issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression among workers. Mental health first aid training helps individuals recognize the signs of mental distress, provides strategies for managing stress, and promotes early intervention and support.
  4. Workplace Hazards and Safety Awareness: Construction sites are known for their various safety hazards, including falling objects, electrical hazards, scaffolding collapses, and exposure to hazardous substances. Physical first aid training ensures that construction workers are aware of these hazards and are trained to implement safety measures, respond to accidents or injuries, and mitigate potential risks.
  5. Teamwork and Communication: Effective communication and teamwork are crucial in the construction industry to ensure the safety and efficiency of work. Physical and mental health first aid training promotes effective communication skills, collaboration, and mutual support among workers, fostering a positive work environment and enhancing overall job performance.
  6. Substance Abuse and Addiction: The construction industry has been identified as having higher rates of substance abuse and addiction compared to some other industries. Substance abuse not only impacts the individual's physical and mental health but also poses risks to their safety and the safety of others on the construction site. Mental health first aid training can help individuals recognize signs of substance abuse, provide appropriate support, and facilitate referrals to addiction services.
  7. Work-Life Balance and Stress Management: Construction work often demands long hours, irregular schedules, and time away from family and personal life. It is essential to promote work-life balance and provide tools for stress management to prevent burnout and maintain overall well-being. Mental health first aid training offers strategies for managing stress, improving work-life balance, and promoting self-care.

By providing physical and mental health first aid training, Madeleys First Aid Plus supports the Construction industry in creating a safer and healthier work environment. This leads to reduced accidents and injuries, improved mental well-being, increased productivity, and enhanced overall job satisfaction among construction workers.


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Voices of Trust and Success

I can’t believe how much I learned about mental health in just one day. The course is really interesting and very informative - Lou teaches in a way that enables plenty of interaction and discussion between the learners, breaking down any stigma people may have about talking about mental health issues. I now think very differently about how a person may be thinking or feeling, and I am mindful of their words and actions and how it could be a warning sign or a cry for help. Being a mental health first aider means I could make a difference to someone who is struggling. That is a massive and personal thing to me.

First Aid for Mental Health

Audrey Whyle, ArtShack

I have been singing her praises and we're already booked in for our First Aid at work and safeguarding training.

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable People

Fearless Female Education Ltd

An excellent course that was informative and well taught. Louise did a brilliant job of explaining all areas of First Aid-what we needed to do and why which massively helped the learning experience and my ability to retain life saving information. I would highly recommend this course.

Emergency First Aid at Work

Katie Iles, The SeaChange Trust

From the start to finish Louise was informative, practical and interesting. With her extensive background and experience within the medical industry including A an E, she was able to pitch real scenarios at us regardless of the nature of our business or employment which made the whole day much more relevant. Very Highly recommended to anyone either refreshing or starting First Aid for the first time and I wouldn't hesitate to offer her and Madeleys First Aid Plus services to anyone who needs First Aid qualifications.

First Aid at Work

Phil Rowley, Rowley Racing

Louise came highly recommended for Mental Health First Aid training and after a chat with her, I quickly realised she was definitely the right fit for me and my team. Louise was efficient, patient (7 rather chatty women), friendly and tremendously knowledgable which made the course one of the best training sessions I have ever been on. We had a thoroughly enjoyable day and nearly three weeks later, we are still talking about the training and more importantly, putting it into practice. I feel fortunate to have found someone who understood our needs and could deliver so effectively to such a diverse team. Keeping everyone's interest and getting all of us engaged is no meant feat and Lou made it look easy.

First Aid for Mental Health

Fearless Female Education Ltd

I am more confident to help if ever needed, who knew there was a “best side” for the recovery position! Very good information regarding the use of the defib machine, I’d be confident to use it if ever needed!

First aid at Work

Enville Estates

FAQs

Please contact us for any other questions.

I would like to invoice my course to my employer, how do I do this?

If you email me at madeleysfirstaidplus@gmail.com, I will send an invoice to your employer, but it must be paid in full prior to the course commencement date.

Where are the courses held?

The course may be held at our office, 64 High Street, Much Wenlock, TF13 6AE, or any venue of your own.

Can a course be held at my venue or place of work?

Yes, we can also hold courses at your venue depending on the number of delegates, or the course may be online.

Are there prerequisites to do a course?

No, not usually, however if it is a “bolt on” course, such as Forestry & Farming First Aid, you need to have an Emergency First Aid at Work course that is in date, the course information pdf will say if there is a prerequisite, or email us at madeleysfirstaidplus@gmail.com

When will I receive my joining instructions?

Joining instructions will be emailed to you a week before commencement of the course.

Do I have to pay a deposit for my course?

If booking online it is payable in full.  If booking a group at your own venue, there is a 50% deposit on booking, and payment in full prior to the commencement date.

What is the cancellation period prior to the start of the course?

In order to receive a refund, you must cancel within 48 hours prior to the course commencement date.

Will I be required to do any pre-course work?

Face to face courses do not generally require pre-course preparation, however the online courses require work prior to the date, which will be emailed to you following booking onto the course

What happens if I cancel/transfer my course place?

You can cancel or transfer up to 48 hours prior to the course commencement date

What support will I receive after my course?

We have aftercare following the course, which we will give details  to you during the course.

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