First Aid Policy

First Aid Policy

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated April 19, 2021
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

This First Aid Policy sets out the broad first aid obligations of a company and its employees. This policy is a workplace document that can form part of your business’s HR and employment policies.

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Document Overview

Use this First Aid Policy if:

  • You want to create a set of company guidelines for the provision of first aid.
  • Outline responsibilities of a first aid officer
  • You want to communicate the commitment of the company to providing a consistent and effective first aid response

What does this First Aid Policy Cover?

  • The Company’s Responsibilities
  • Duties of Management
  • Duties of employees
  • Duties of visitors and non-employees
  • First Aid Officer
  • First Aid Equipment
  • First Aid Procedure
  • Record Keeping

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