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First Aid Training
With the growing numbers of traffic accidents, fatalities and casualties, as well as, in our daily routine, it is imperative and of great importance to have basic life saving skills.
It goes without saying KNOWLEDGE = POWER. Should you know how to attend an injured person, you might save his life, prevent permanent injuries and disabilities by using your knowledge and expertise in first aid.
Whether you work in the private sector, diplomatic corps, nongovernmental organization, the UN or just an individual road user, the increase numbers of road accidents expose all of us to a growing likelihood that we will find ourselves at a scene of an accident. Knowing how to respond and provide first aid can help save you, your loved ones or even strangers on the street life.
We at ICRS believe it’s never too late to learn lifesaving first aid skills. It was decided unequivocally to extend our knowledge in basic first aid and life skills training onto any individual who is interested. Sometimes knowing only where to press on a flesh wound can save one’s life. Application of these skills and knowledge could be tailored as required to address specific industry, field workers or workplace requirements and to address specific risks, hazards and associated injuries
Course Outcomes and Benefits
Upon completion of the training it is expected that all staff will demonstrate:
- Understanding of the principles of basic first aid
- Better understanding of injury prevention and occupational health concepts.
- Increased awareness towards risks and hazards in the workplace and at home
- A responsible and accountable safe approach to self, and the community at large
- Apply first aid basic techniques such as: resuscitation, responding to a casualty with minor or severe bleeding, CPR and more.
Who is the course suitable for?
Every person interested in gaining life saving skills
Course Duration: 2 days
Course outlines includes:
Basic life skills principles
Bandaging methods and techniques
Identify choking and ways of prevention
Spinal Injury: responding to a casualty with suspected spinal injury
Unconscious casualty: recognition of life threatening conditions
Bleeding: responding to a casualty with minor or severe bleeding
CPR (Cardio – Pulmonary Resuscitation) techniques.
Stabilization, evacuation and transportation of an injured patient
Social responsibility towards the people around us - The Good Samaritans Case
Language: English with translation into local language
Course participants will receive from ICRS:
- ICRS course participation certificate
- Training materials