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explain why it is important for emergency firt aid tasks only to be carried out by qualified first aiders
The minimum requirement for any workplace is to have somebody who is appointed to take care of first aid arrangements. [ Typically, the appointed person would be in charge of looking after first aid equipment and be responsible for calling the emergency services in the event of a serious injury or illness. An appointed person should not attempt to administer any first aid technique they have not
been trained in. ]
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