First Aid at Work

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This course is designed for low-risk workplaces and covers basic first aid skills. Adventure First Aid categorized three specific areas that we define as low-risk workplaces:

  • Businesses
  • Schools
  • Sports and Fitness

First Aid for Businesses is our hands-on and practical course designed to help prepare businesses and their employees for a medical emergency.

Duration and Time:

First Aid for Business course is a 1-day, 6-hour course.

Course Content:

  • Incident Assessment –The systematic approach to managing first aid incidents.
  • Airway Management – How to establish a safe open airway. Handling an unconscious casualty using the recovery position. 
  • Breathing Problems – How to administer CPR (Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation) including the use of an AED. Chocking and cardiac problems such as Heart Attacks and Angina.
  • Circulation Problems – Bleeding management and treatment for Shock. Includes proper bandaging techniques.
  • Common Illnesses – Asthma, Diabetes, Epilepsy and Food Allergies.
  • Minor Injuries – Small cuts, splinters, and burns.
  • Up to date – Current information on regulations.
  • Action Plan – How to create an action plan and how to use it.
  • Accident Reporting – How to report an incident at the workplace. 
  • Scenario Training – Mock situations associated with workplace-related injuries.
  • First Aid Kit Contents – A detailed look at a complete first aid kit and where to find them.

First Aid for Schools is our hands-on and practical course designed to help prepare teachers and other school personnel for medical emergencies.

Duration and Time:

First Aid for Schools is a 1-day, 6-hr course.

Course Content:

  • Incident Assessment –The systematic approach to managing first aid incidents.
  • Airway Management – How to establish a safe open airway. Handling an unconscious casualty using the recovery position.
  • Breathing Problems – How to administer CPR (Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation) including the use of an AED. How to handle child chocking. 
  • Circulation Problems – Bleeding management and Shock treatment. Including proper wound bandaging techniques.
  • Common Illnesses – Asthma, Diabetes, Epilepsy and Food Allergies.
  • Eye Injuries – How to properly manage if a child has gotten something in their eye.
  • Minor Injuries – Small cuts, splinters, and burns.
  • Poisonings – How to properly manage a situation where a child has ingested a foreign substance.
  • Up to date – Current information on regulations.
  • Action Plan – How to create an action plan and how to use it.
  • Accident Reporting – How to report an incident at the workplace. 
  • Scenerio Training – Mock situations associated with school-related injuries.
  • First Aid Kit Contents – A detailed look at a complete first aid kit and where to find them.

 

First Aid for Sports is our hands-on and practical course designed to help professional coaches or sports personnel, prepare themselves for medical emergencies regarding their athletes or team.

Duration and Time:

Our First Aid for Sports course is a 1-day, 6-hours course.

Course content:

  • Incident Assessment –The systematic approach to managing first aid incidents.
  • Airway Management – How to establish a safe open airway. Handling an unconscious casualty using the recovery position. How to deal with athlete mouth guards. 
  • Recognition of Concussion – How to use Maddock’s questions.
  • Soft Tissue Injuries, Sprains, and Strains – How to treat and what methods to use.
  • Play Continue Decisions – How to determine an athlete’s ability to return using a field assessment.
  • Up to date – Current information on regulations.
  • Action Plan – How to create an action plan and how to use it.
  • Accident Reporting – How to report an incident at the workplace. 
  • Scenario Training – Mock situations associated with sports-related injuries.
  • First Aid Kit Contents – A detailed look at a complete first aid kit and where to find them.

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