This course educates participants in the application of AED combined with ordinary CPR besides other Basic Life Support Topics. The course fully adapts the latest AHA Guideline to ensure the training outcomes are met.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
• Deliver defibrillation to Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) victims • Demonstrate how to use AED with the combination of CPR • Strengthen Chain of Survival and to increase the survival percentage for sudden cardiac arrest from 5% to 49% - 70% • Demonstrate and practice Lay Rescuer Basic Life Support (CPR and Choking)
Who is a First Aider
Based on the “DOSH Guidelines on First Aid in the Workplace” – 2nd Edition 2004, a First Aider means a person who has successfully completed a first aid course and has been awarded with a Certificate of Proficiency in first aid.
Who Should Attend
• OSH Practitioners: SHO, OHD, OHN, IHT, CHRA • Safety Managers and Personnel • Security Managers and Personnel • Human Resource Managers and Personnel • Safety and Health Committee Members • Emergency Response Team Members • All levels of employees and interested individuals
• Physically and mentally fit • Experience being a first aider is an advantage and highly recommended
The Training Approach and Methodologies
Participants will gain essential knowledge and skills through:
• Dynamic & highly engaging presentation • Interactive and fun • Attention-grabbing audio-visual aids, real scene photographs, video clips, multimedia presentation
• Hands-on experience • Participant-orientated
• Deciding to help or not to help
Competency Based Training (CBT) Approach
We do not solely train our participants on theory (Knowledge), at the same time we also emphasize on practical (Skill), and most importantly, we promote the true value of Good Samaritan and motivate the participants to render help voluntarily without any hesitation.
In other words, we believe in Skills, Knowledge AND Attitude
• Administer practical evaluation following skills checklist • Provide remedial training for those who did not successfully complete the evaluation process
Having completed the course, participants will be awarded with Certificate of Training which are both nationally and internationally recognized.
Delivery of Certificate
Certificate will be delivered to the client’s correspondence address within 21 working days after completion of the course. Special arrangement for fast delivery can be made upon request.
Without retraining, knowledge might be forgotten while skills may deteriorate rapidly when not being used / practiced. Therefore, yearly retraining is very much recommended.
The Training Highlights
Through an intensive training approach, participants will be capable in performing higher level of emergency care that includes:
• Assessment and Eliminating of Danger at Scene • Performing Early CPR • Providing Early Defibrillation (AED)
Why First Aid and CPR?
It is an Essential Safety Training at your workplace:
“First Aid” is the assessment and intervention that can be performed by a first aider during an emergency with minimal equipment until appropriate medical personnel arrives. The life of an injured or ill worker/member of the public within the vicinity of the workplace may depend on proper first aid care given within the first few minutes of an accident or illness. Besides saving lives, first aid treatment is important in preventing further complications resulting from injury and pain and promoting recovery. First aid knowledge is also important for management of minor injuries such as burns, sprains, cuts, etc.
The Legal Provision:
An employer has a duty to provide information, instructions, training and supervision about First Aid facilities and services for employees.
The Factories and Machinery Act 1967 (FMA):
Section 25 of the Factories and Machinery Act 1967 (Act 139) and regulation 38 of the Factories and Machinery (Safety, Health and Welfare) Regulation 1970 state the scope of responsibility of an occupier with regards to first aid provision. The scope includes:
i) Providing and maintaining a first aid box or cupboard of such standard as may be prescribed and ensuring the box is readily accessible at all times.
ii) Assigning the responsibility to upkeep a first aid or cupboard to a responsible person, and for a factory with more than 20 person employed, specifying that the responsible person should be proficient in first aid treatment.
iii) Providing and maintaining a first aid room in a factory where more than 150 person are employed.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (OSHA):
Section (15) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (Act 514) provides that every employer and the self-employed person must ensure, so far as is practicable, the safety, health and welfare at work of all his employees. The provision of first aid facilities and first aiders is incompliance with the welfare component of this general duty of employers and self-employed persons.