from the Health & Safety Executive - HSE
strongly supports the formation of the Association of First
Aiders and wishes it every success. In the past it has always
been difficult to communicate with some 1500 approved training
organisations. Although we are taking steps to improve this,
through the appointment of a network of regional coordinators,
there is no doubt that the AoFA has the potential to be an
important representative body through which we can communicate
and consult with the first aid community. A particularly important
aspect of the AoFA is that it will include first aiders as
well as training organisations, providing a unique means of
communication with the people in the front line."
Dr Richard Elliott
HSE Corporate Medical Unit
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