Chemical Accidents

Hydrofluoric acid/chemistry schooling


Target group:


  • whose work involves particular hazards
  •  who supervise multiple workplaces
  • whose work allows them to rapidly exit the workplace
  • whose duties include providing first aid
  • who have a “remote” workplace
  • who often work in abroad in countries with poor medical emergency services
  •  who have shift work


Education and training of company emergency workers who, thanks to the immediate availability of life-saving measures, can bridge the time between the occurrence of an incident and the arrival of medical personnel.


The course covers the correct behaviour in emergencies, with unconscious and responsive patients.

The trainee emergency responders learn to recognise the signs of a breathing disorder and to give artificial respiration. They learn to deal with external bleeding and recognise the signs of a state of shock. They recognise cardiac arrest, learn how to perform cardiac massage and how to use a defibrillator (AED).

The participants know the theoretical dangers of hydrofluoric and hydrocyanic acid, as well as the correct procedure in the event of an incident. They will be able to initiate first aid measures for burns to the eyes, skin, after inhalation and ingestion.

They are also shown the immediate measures to be taken in case of burns and electrical accidents.


By agreement

At the end of the course, graduates receive a certificate of attendance.


On request

If interested:
You are welcome to contact the following e-mail address for further information: We will get in touch with you.

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