Health and Safety

First Aid Training
Much of first aid training is common sense. There are some basic concepts in first aid training, such as knowing how to use an adhesive bandage or applying direct pressure on a bleeding wound. A lot of these are often acquired through life experiences. However, being able to perform more advanced, life-saving first aid interventions requires instruction and practical training. This is especially true where it relates to potentially fatal workplace safety issues and injuries, some of which require CPR or “cardiopulmonary resuscitation”. These procedures and (many more) is what you will learn through our first aid training course.

One of the most basic and easiest ways to ensure that your employees are protected and prepared for workplace safety is to provide them with first aid training. Our First Aid courses teaches participants to recognized and care for life-threatening respiratory or cardiac emergencies in adults, infants and children and provides the knowledge and skills needed to care for injury or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of a written and practical evaluation. Certificates are valid for three years.

Below is a summary of the contents of each First Aid Training course

• Principles of care, primary (HHH ABC) and secondary survey (head to toe assessment)
• Artificial respirations
• One man cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
• Airway obstruction (Choking)
• Wounds and bleeding, burns
• Shock, unconsciousness and fainting
• Fractures and splinting
• Head and spinal injuries
• Contents of a First Aid kit

• Principals of emergency care, safety and emergency scene management
• Artificial respirations
• One – man cardio pulmonary resuscitation
• Child and infant CPR, airway obstruction
• Child and infant airway obstruction
• Wounds and bleeding
• Shock, unconsciousness and fainting
• Fractures and splints
• Burns, head and spinal injuries
• Joint injuries and rescue carries
• Chest injuries, hand and eye injuries
• Multiple injury management
• Pelvic and abdominal injuries
• Environmental illnesses and injuries
• Poisoning, bites and stings
• Chest pain and paralysis, fits
• Management of soft tissue injuries
• Foreign object management
• Elementary and applied anatomy and physiology

• Principles of emergency care, Primary and Secondary survey.
• Artificial Respirations
• Airway Obstruction
• Chest injuries
• Cardiovascular System and CPR
• Chest pain and paralysis
• Wounds and Bleeding
• Pelvic and abdominal injuries
• Burns
• Shock
• Head and Spinal injuries
• Medical emergencies
• Fractures and Splinting
• Joint injuries + rescue carries
• Environmental illnesses and injuries
• Poisonings, bites and stings
• Multiple injury management
• Behavioral emergencies
• Emergency childbirth
• Water related injuries

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