Introduction to first aid, health and safety regulations, your first aid box, Danger, Airway, Response and Breathing
How to aminister CPR to adults, children and infants, defibrillators, things to consider and unconscious casualties.
The recovery position, choking, wounds and bleeding and shock.
Burns, eye injuries, head injuries, fractures, dislocations, spinal injuries and amputation.
Asthma, allergic reactions, nose bleeds, diabetes, epilepsy, heart attacks and strokes.
Hyperventilation, fainting, sprains and strains, poisoning, drowning and record keeping.
Occupational First Aid
Understand the responsibilities of the occupational first aider.
Be able to provide treatment for the purpose of preserving life or minimising the consequences of injury until discharge or the arrival of medical assistance.
Be able to provide treatment in the workplace for an injury which does not require the attention of a medical practitioner or nurse.
Be capable of coordinating first aid arrangements in the workplace
Be familiar with health and safety legislation on first aid provision in the workplace
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