Do you need your workforce trained quickly but effectively in Basic First Aid? With impressive video presentations, great interactive games and a final exam where upon completion a certificate will be supplied, JAD Consulting has just the thing!
Thousands of people every year suffer from various injuries at work which could have been easily minimised if a lot more people had known the basic principles of Basic First Aid.
This is not to replace any formal practical training, but provides an excellent guide to refreshing your knowledge and updating your skills as a first aider. This course is not to train you to become a doctor, or a paramedic; they are the professionals that you want to take over from you in the earliest possible moment.
First aider’s hold proficient skills to make a worthwhile contribution towards someone’s safety, and recovery. Quick and confident decision making will enable you to summon the emergency service in the correct manner.
With every purchased online course comes a free online risk assessment form, which when completed successfully acts as a record of your completion.
What’s in the Course?
The importance of First Aid:
Surprisingly in this day and age approximately 150,000 people could be saved each year if more people knew the basic skills of a first aider. Here you will learn the priorities to take into consideration until the emergency services arrive.
Every employer is responsible for having a first aider in their work place. Know what legislation states you need to comply with regarding the topic of Basic First Aid.
Determine how many First Aiders are required in your workplace and the equipment they require.
Here the participant will learn what to consider when being called to a casualty, whilst also understanding the effects that the situation can have on both themselves and others in the immediate environment.
When the casualty stops breathing the body holds approximately 4 minutes of oxygenated blood. Therefore, the act of compressions is designed to push oxygenated blood around the body. Learn the process to perform CPR on a non-breathing casualty.
Understand what is required should a casualty need the secondary survey to be performed. This is also known as the “Top to Toe Survey”.
The Recovery Position:
When an unresponsive casualty shows signs of recovery or has to be left unattended then it is vital that they are placed in the recovery position. Learn the steps for putting a casualty safely into the recovery position.
Bleeding and Shock:
Learn the different types of bleeding and how to treat them. Shock is a very serious condition and needs to be treated immediately.
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