Occupational hazards existed in every workplace. These unwanted events require an immediate organized response from the Emergency Response Team (ERT) with the First Aid Team’s role regarded as one of the most important. First Aid means the initial help that is delivered to the sick and injured by the first responder before the arrival of healthcare personnel. Albeit it might seem simple, these immediate skills may determine the difference between life and death and many more. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) are two key elements of the Basic Life Support (BLS) discipline. BLS is a level of medical care which is used for victims of life-threatening illnesses or injuries until they can be given full medical care at a hospital. It can be provided by trained medical personnel, including emergency medical technicians, paramedics, and by qualified bystanders.
This two (2) days comprehensive training will emphasize on the emergency procedure that can be carried out immediately if there is any injury or sickness occurring in the workplace. This is a highly hands on training with plenty of practical sessions. Participants will explore the common cardiovascular and other body systems that are responsible for the death in Malaysia. The importance of defibrillation in reviving the victim will also be taught thus, familiarizing themselves with the defibrillator. These sessions in addition to the standard first aid skills will enable them to be prepared in carrying out their role as a First Aider.
Completing the course, participants will be able to:
- Appreciate the new science and education from the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC
- Understands the components of high-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
- The AHA Chain of Survival for pre-hospital
- Confidently demonstrates how to use AED with combination of CPR
- Provide effective ventilations using a barrier device
- Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants
- Perform basic bandaging and splinting skills
- Understands the role of first aider in securing the spinal injury casualty
- Differentiate the degree of burns and standard management
- Manage Multiple Casualty Incident with systematic approach.
- Understand the importance of familiarizing with First Aider activation chart and response planning.
- Enable the management to comply with the Legal Provision and DOSH guidelines
- Human Resource Managers and Personnel
- Safety and Health Committee Members
- Emergency Response Team Members
- OSH Practitioners: SHO, OHD, OHN, IHT, CHRA
- Safety Managers and Personnel
- Security Managers and Personnel
- All levels of workers and interested individuals
- Ability to read and write
- Physically and mentally fit
- Experience of being first aider is an advantage and highly recommended
Training Approach and Methodologies
A comprehensive blend between the Theory and Practical session in which half of the time, the participant will be on the run. With the help of multimedia presentation e.g. slides show, video clips and lively and humorous presentation from our trainers, participants are guaranteed a fun, refreshing yet informative training experience.
Scenario based make up drill is another training approach that catch the participants’ eyes and test them on skills and management of scene. Sufficient practical material for each and every participant will make sure every of them have a hands on experience to acquire the skills needed to perform the life saving task.
Practical Training Approach
During our training Program, the participants are exposed to our master class trainer humorous delivery of knowledge that makes the class never bored. Then, EACH and EVERY one of them will need to dirty their hand to participate in the Practical Session which is compulsory for certification.
Participants are required to attend for theory and practical session with 100% attendance for eligibility of certificate.
Having completed the course, participants will be awarded with Certificate of Training.
The Program Highlight – Lifelike Mock Drill
After going through all the theory and practical sessions, participants will be exposed to a few real-like mock-drill stations (scenario based) which are created where multiple injuries will be seen such as bleeding, amputation, penetrating would, fracture, burn, scald and spine injuries.
Participants will be asked to perform first aid treatment for the injuries and a lot of hands-on experience will be gained throughout the drill. This is the real test that makes the participant a competent First Aider.