Supporting drought and bushfire affected communities
On-farm accidents are a major concern
Incidents involve workers and bystanders (including children) and occur in a range of circumstances on a variety of farm and agricultural enterprises.
Learn first aid skills to provide support in an emergency.
Develop skills and improve farm and rural workplace safety by enrolling in the Red Cross Farm First Aid course delivered by an accredited First Aid trainer. Participants are provided with the knowledge and skills to assist themselves, and others, to cope with accidents and injury both from a physical and mental wellbeing perspective.
As part of the course, there is a wellbeing section that is designed to help start the conversation around mental wellbeing and increase awareness of relevant service available for individuals, family and friends.
On completion of the course, participants receive a Statement of Attainment in Provide Basic Emergency Life Support (HLTAID002) – often required for insurance and employment opportunities.
To register your interest in the EUDUNDA course
Are you a primary producer, farm worker or farm contractor, and would like to complete a FARM FIRST AID COURSE at NO COST?
To register your interest in the EUDUNDA course, please contact Heidi Thompson on:
m: 0488 182 490
You can find out more at Australian Red Cross – Learn