First Aid @ Work

By: First Aid Select Training  08/05/2011
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THREE DAY

FIRST AID AT WORK

DAY ONE

Module 1 Introduction - The First Aider

Module 2 What is First Aid?

Module 3 First Aid in the Workplace

Module 4 Responsibilities of the First Aider

Module 5 Action in an Emergency

Module 6 Primary Survey

Module 7 Secondary Assessment

Module 8 Breathing and Circulation

Module 9 Principles of Resuscitation

Module 10 Disorders of Respiration

Module 11 Disorders of the Circulation

THREE DAY
 
FIRST AID AT WORK

DAY TWO

Module 12 Recap Paper 1 and Wounds and Bleeding
 
Module 13 Disorders of Consciousness
 
Module 14 Foreign Objects

Module 15 Burns and Scalds

Module 16 Bones, Joints and Muscle Injuries
 
Module 17 Poisoning

Module 18 Incident Training

THREE DAY
 
FIRST AID AT WORK

DAY THREE

Module 19 Recap Paper 2 and Other Conditions

Module 20 Casualty Management

Module 21 Resuscitation Procedures

Module 22 Incident Management Written and Practical Assessment

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