What happens if we have an accident or a loved one has an accident at home during Covid-19? How do we deal with this?
Normally we would assess the situation and mainly go to the doctors or walk-in centres at hospitals but now I am sure many of you are feeling the same way as myself. We need to avoid these places unless it is an absolute necessity. The pressure the NHS is under at the present moment is paramount and to waste their time with things we can assess or deal with ourselves will really help.
With running my own company I have to be first aid trained to deal with any accidents that might happen in the clinic or training academy. All my students at present are taught first aid when studying for VTCT Level 4 Microblading, ABT Scalp Micropigmentation & ABT Microneedling. The reason I teach this is because a lot of councils will not issue a license to work unless they have a first aid qualification.
Since the Covid-19 I have been trying to put everything in place @ginacollins_ca and @ginacollins_cp for a safe environment for students, staff and also clientele for us to return once the pandemic is over.
Whilst organising the bounce back to work procedures I thought everyone should have the knowledge whether in the beauty industry or other places of work. Everyone at home should be able to deal with and also have the knowledge of how to treat someone if an accident happens.
So I thought I would share with you this fabulous course which is completely FREE.
Stay Safe Everyone