Firefighters provide First aid courses in London

 

FIREFIGHTERS were first on the scene to a man caught in his kitchen fire in Northgate. The Firefighters who are all trained to Immediate Emergency Care (IEC), an advanced version of the 3 day First aid at work course, had to give First Aid and oxygen to a man who suffered smoke inhalation after his kitchen went up in flames.

Crawley Fire Station were first to act to a small kitchen fire in Woodfield Road, Northgate on the early morning hours on Friday the 9th of October.
The casualty who was suffering from severe smoke inhalation was treated by the Firefighters, who gave him first aid and oxygen, at the scene.
A spokeswoman from the West Sussex Fire and Rescue said the incident is being treated as an accident.

Siren says: We love the fact that Firefighters are still playing an active role in both the actual Firefighting and the First Aid. This fits in with our ethos by using London firefighters for First Aid courses in London and the surrounding areas.Their experience and knowledge mean you don’t have a lifeless First Aid instructor that is nearly as bored as everyone else in the room but rather, a young, strapping Firefighter who has the stories, experiences and sense of humour to help you leave with a smile across on that gorgeous face of yours.

Please visit our “First Aid courses” page to book yourself on to one of these courses or call us on 0203 740 8088.