First Aid & CPR Training

Occupational First Aid & CPR Training Course Occupational First Aid & CPR Training
By ComSystem Solutions
Occupational Safety & Health (OSH):

Occupational First Aid & CPR Training

“It is a skill we cannot do without.”

By ComSystem Solutions


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Course Title:
Occupational First Aid & CPR Training
Training Category:
Health & Safety
Target Audience:
Anyone who wants to be able to perform emergency first aid, whether at workplace, at home, or public places. Factory and site workers who expose to hazardous working environment are encouraged to attend.
Duration:
2 Days
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Delivery Methods
  • Language: English
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Workshop
  • Indoor Activities
  • Role Play
  • Demonstrations
  • Certificate of Participation
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Course Introduction ›

Did you know that heart attack is the number 1 killer in our country? Heart attack is occurring in younger people. Why? 80% of all heart attack victims will die within the 1st hour. We can reduce this high rate if only there were enough people who know the technique of CPR. What are the risk factors for attack? What can we do to reduce the risk factors?

When a person is choking, he / she has only about four minutes to live, many people lose their loved ones because they do not know how to respond. It is common these days to watch "Rescue 911" on television. Almost all the time in the reenactments we hear "Does anyone know CPR?" It is amazing how someone with that knowledge saves a life! It is a skill we cannot do without. We cannot compromise on the quality of the training but have the best.

Course Objectives ›

  1. To prepare the participants to be confident and competent First Responder.
  2. To comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994.
  3. To create the awareness that knowledge in First Aid and CPR can make the difference between life and death

Course Outline ›

DAY 1

Adult One Rescuer CPR

  • Heart and lung function
  • Risk factors
  • Prudent heart living
  • Signals of heart attack
  • Actions for survival
  • One Rescuer CPR
  • CHAIN OF SURVIVAL
  • Automated External Defibrillator
  • Features of an AED
  • Use of an AED
  • Accessories required for an AED

Adult FBAO Management

  • (FBAO - Foreign Body Airway Obstruction)
  • Conscious
  • Conscious becomes unconscious
  • Found conscious

Pediatric One Rescuer (Optional)

  • Infant one rescuer CPR
  • Child one rescuer CPR

Pediatric FBAO (Optional)

  • Infant obstructed airway
  • Conscious
  • Conscious becomes unconscious
  • Found unconscious
  • Child obstructed airway
  • Conscious
  • Conscious to unconscious
  • Found unconscious

Additional Topics

  • Emergency Action Principles
  • Patient Care in Drowning, Electrocution and suffocation emergencies
  • Supplemental oxygen application during CPR-Indication and contraindication.
  • Use of barrier and resuscitators during CPR
  • Blood borne Pathogens
DAY 2

Patient Assessment

  • Scene Survey and Danger assessment.
  • Primary patient assessment for life threatening priorities.
  • Secondary assessment of patient for other visible and suspected internal injuries.
  • Prioritizing treatment of injuries in a multiple injured victim.
  • On the spot diagnosis using the senses of sight, touch and smell.

Wound Management

  • Types of wound and bleeding
  • Control of external bleeding
  • Bandaging techniques for: -
    • Head injury
    • Eye injury
    • Traumatic amputation
    • Impaled foreign object

Shock

  • Causative agents
  • Signs and Symptoms
  • Prevention, Recognition and treatment

Burns and Scalds

  • Causative agents
  • Types and degrees of severity.
  • Principles of treatment
  • Chemical burns
  • Electrical injuries
  • Management

Fractures

  • Types of fractures
  • Signs and Symptoms
  • Splinting and immobilisation of various types of Fractures and Dislocation.
  • Highlights on Spinal injuries and Management.
  • Introduction to various types of splints.

Victim Handling and Transportation

  • Use of spinal board / improvisation
  • Various methods of lifting and moving victim.
  • Prevention of back injuries (Rescuers)
  • Removal of safety helmets

MOCK EXCERCISE

  • Four (4) Mock exercise on management of victims with various injuries will be conducted.

Miscellaneous Topics

  • Poisoning
  • Epileptic fits
  • Hysteria
  • Others

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