Emergency Training and Educations LTD

PHECC stands for the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council. We are the regulator for emergency medical services (EMS) in Ireland and our role is to protect the public.The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) is an independent statutory agency with responsibility for standards, education and training in the field of pre-hospital emergency care. PHECC also maintain a statutory register of EMS practitioners. More Information can be found on https://www.phecit.ie/
HPRA stands for Health Products Regulatory Authority The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA) and their role is to protect and enhance public and animal health by regulating medicines, medical devices and other health products. It is also our role to monitor the safety of cosmetics. We are a state agency that puts the health of people and animals at the core of everything we do. We use our scientific and clinical expertise to review and monitor health products available in Ireland or exported abroad. Our aim is to make sure that health products we regulate are as safe as possible and do what they are intended to do. Formerly known as Irish Medicines Board (IMB), we became the HPRA in July 2014. Our new name better reflects our broader remit and regulatory functions. More Information can be found on https://www.hpra.ie/
First Aid Response or FAR is PHECC’s newest education and training standard. It’s a foundation first aid course that trains course participants to provide first aid for a person who becomes suddenly unwell or injured until the arrival of emergency medical services. FAR includes the full Cardiac First Response Community standard also. The First Aid Responder (FAR) Education and Training Standard established by the Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) is recognised by Tusla and the Health and Safety Authority (HSA). More Information on the FAR education and training standards can be found at https://www.phecit.ie/
  • Epinephrine (Adrenaline) for the management of severe allergic reactions (Anaphylactic shock)
  • Salbutamol for the management of asthma
  • Glucagon for the management of a diabetic emergency
  • Naloxone for the management of narcotic overdose