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Here are some helpful Links to help you with deciding First Aid cover needed for your Business from the HSE tap on the blue links to be redirected to the HSE website to obtain the documents.
This leaflet answers some basic questions about first-aid provision at work. Contents: What is first aid at work?; What do I need to do?; What should I consider when assessing first-aid needs?; What should I put in the first-aid box?; What is an appointed person?; What is a first-aider?;How many appointed persons or first-aiders do I need?; Do I have to do anything else?
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 apply to all workplaces in Great Britain, including those with less than five employees, and to the self-employed. This Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) and guidance is aimed at all industries, although guidance on first aid in mines, diving and offshore is given in separate publications.
It sets out the aspects of first aid that employers need to address, offering practical advice on what they need to do, and aims to help employers understand and comply with the Regulations.
First Aid at work
This site provides information on RIDDOR which puts duties on employers, the self-employed and people in control of work premises (the Responsible Person) to report certain serious workplace accidents, occupational diseases and specified dangerous occurrences (near misses).
Here are some Helpful links for Schools
From the Department of education there is
Guidance on First Aid for Schools: 
Healthy Schools Cornwall
General Health advice also links to: 
 First Aid Resources
British Red Cross
We believe first aid is a life skill that everyone can and should learn. We want all 5 – 11 year olds in the UK to have the opportunity to learn the skills and gain the confidence to save lives!
 Resuscitation Council (UK)
The Resuscitation Council (UK) has combined forces with award-winning production company UNIT9 to develop Lifesaver. Lifesaver combines interactivity with live-action film to teach how to save someone's life. It throws you into the heart of the action - You learn by doing: do it wrong, and see the consequences; do it right, and sense the thrill of saving a life. Lifesaver is completely free.
First Aid Associations and references
Association of First Aiders Qualifications
Is the new awarding arm of the Association of First Aiders (AoFA). The AoFAQ is taking over the awarding activities of the AoFA.
In 2010, the AoFA Qualifications was formed to become an Ofqual, QCA approved awarding organisation. This enables the AoFA to offer existing Ofqual qualifications and more importantly produce their our own awards specific to first aid and health and safety subjects.
Association of First Aiders
Since its formation in 2004 the AoFA has grown to be UK’s largest first aid association with over 3,500 members nationwide, associated with the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), the Stroke Association and are HSE approved and endorsed. The AoFA is also ISO 9001 approved
Resuscitation Council (UK)
Creates the Guide lines we Follow in Resuscitation for all first aid in the UK 
The First Aid Cafe
members cover a wide range of occupations. Approximately 60% are trainers with the remainder covering First Aiders, Appointed Persons, Occupational Health staff, and other interested parties. These represent a broad spectrum of industries, Its extensive and increasing membership is certain to have a substantial influence over the shape of first aid in the future
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