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First Aid PolicyThis 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.
5.0 (5 reviews)
Under 5 minutes
Suitable for Australia
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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Here's what people say about Lawpath’s First Aid Policy
Seems goodAlthough i haven't yet reviewed the document carefully or had it put to the test, the process for it's creation was simple enough
Perfect template!This was exactly what i needed to set my website up. Thank you for providing a ready template for use!
Easy to useThe document was easy to use and very simple steps to follow
Easy to createHaven't had a chance to see the document yet but so far the process was easy, thanks.
Great experience and thanks for the trial!The document was straight forward, just ensure you have all required information on hand to complete the online form. Will use lawpath again.
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