First Aid Department
The Zambia Red Cross Society is Zambia’s largest humanitarian organisation. Its mandate is to complement Government effort in the alleviation of human suffering. Further, it is an institution in the country, which has the mandate, by law, to offer Basic, Advanced Training and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (including certification) in Institutions or Companies.
Zambia Red Cross Society conducts occupational First Aid Training in accordance with the Factories Act CAP 441, section 69 and the Workers Compensation Fund Act no. 10 of 1999.
The aim of the ZRCS Occupational First Aid Training is to enhance accident Prevention and Emergency Management in work places which tallies with the requirement of the Factory Act CAP 514 Section 85 Regulation 18 under bullet 49 Of 1995 which states that, “where 50 persons or more are employed, there must be at least five people or more trained in First Aid with a First Aid Box in place and where 100 persons or more are employed there must be at least 10 or more trained in First Aid and additional First Aid Boxes or kits, are required. “
It is a legal obligation as an Institution or Company to have Staff trained as First Aiders and to have First Aid Boxes or Canisters in place, in accordance with the Law. In accordance with the above stated legal requirements, Zambia Red Cross Society, offers First Aid training to Organisations, in Occupation First Aid at reasonable rates.
The following are on offer:
BASIC FIRST AID TRAINING
Training fee per person (including certification) is
2 Full consecutive days.
ADVANCED FIRST AID TRAINING:
Training fees per person (including certification)
Duration: 3 Full consecutive days
CARDIO PULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)
Training fee per person (including certification) -Duration: 1 day.
OTHER PRODUCTS/SERVICES ON OFFER
- Industrial First Aid box with refills:
- First Aid kit with refills:
- First Aid books
For training arrangements and further clarifications, contact our First Aid Department on +260 955 015773 or go to the CONTACT page.