Watching fireworks is great fun. But burns from fireworks can be devastating – and happen very easily if you don’t take the correct safety precautions.
Most injuries happen at family bonfire parties or private displays. Understanding the dangers of fireworks can prevent injuries and in some cases save lives.
Did you know: A rocket can reach speeds of 150mph.
Sparklers are not ‘fireworks lite’ – A sparkler can reach a temperature of up to 2,000 degrees Celsius – 20 times the boiling point of water. And three sparklers burning together generate the same heat as a blowtorch!
Source: Child Accident Prevemtion Trust 1.11.18
This workshop is aimed at parents/Grandparents/ who would like to have the confidence to deal with an emergency when they have children in their care. This flexible workshop can be held at a venue or an instructor can visit you at your home where you will be able to learn life saving skills in the comfort of your own home.
This workshop is for anyone who is looking for guidance and reassurance when weaning their child/grandchild. Learning about the difference between gagging and choking and how to practically deal with a choking situation.
This workshop is a practical and educational introduction to First Aid for children aged between 7-12 years old, it instils the importance of helping someone who is poorly or injured with no confusing terminology. The workshop is run by a fully qualified and enhanced DBS checked instructor.