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    Advanced First Aid, CPR and AED

    Course Objective

    • Emergencies can occur by any means, whether it is the workplace or at home.
    • Medical emergencies oftentimes are drastic, require immediate and safe intervention, and quick access to emergency services.
    • All individuals in any scenario require first aid skills to effectively understand the medical emergency at hand by identifying it effectively, providing concise and adequate information needed for the emergency services, and assessing their knowledge to perform the specific first aid techniques needed for that scenario to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, and promoting recovery.
    • Workers must also establish the extent of their knowledge from this course, as a medical intervention without interruption is critical to save injured personnel.
    • Learners shall also be stressed to follow hygiene and health procedures during and after treatment.
     The following points shall be discussed in the course:
    • Identify the main hazards of the workplace which can lead to an emergency occurring.
    • Physiological causes of emergencies and their effects on the human body.
    • Distinguish the difference between different hazards and how they cause different emergencies.
    • Understand the importance of hygiene and health to know how to protect yourself from any disease.
    • Identify the differences between the primary and secondary surveys.
    • Identify the adequate response for the primary and secondary survey.
    • Demonstrate and know how to perform resuscitation techniques such as CAB, CPR, and AED.
    • Demonstrate and know how to assist someone who is actively choking and how to help yourself.
    • Understand the differences between external and internal bleeding.
    • Know how to stop external bleeding by using different methods depending on the severity of the blood loss.
    • Identify internal bleeding and how to stop it.
    • Identify what shock is, the causes of shock, and how to stop its progression. 
    • Distinguish between heat exhaustion and heat stroke and how to prevent its progression.
    • Identify diabetic emergencies and how to intervene.
    • Practically perform several types of splints.
    • Identify Neck and Spinal Cord injuries and how to prevent its progression.
    • How to lift the person away from a dangerous area if they have neck and spinal cord injuries.
    • Identify how to treat wounds and decrease their severity. 
    • Identify how to treat burns and decrease their severity.
    Activities
    • Classroom with Theoretical and Practical Implementation

     Day 1

    Session 1 - Course Introduction  
    Session 2 – The Purpose of Saving Lives
    • Definition of First Aid
    • Understanding the importance of First Aid
    • The 3P’s of First Aid (Preserve Life, Prevent the Condition from Worsening, and Promote Recovery).
    • Contents of the First Aid Kit in the workplace.
    • Understand the importance of knowing where first aid stations are in the workplace.
    • How the first aider should prioritize their own safety before performing any first aid techniques.
    • The importance of hygiene and sanitation in the scene.
    • How to remove waste safely without risk of infection or contamination of the scene
    Session 3 – Practical Session
    • Show the workers the contents of the first aid kit while demonstrating the correct usage of Personal Protective Equipment, PPE, to prevent infection and promote sanitation of the Scene.
    Session 4- Basic Anatomy and Physiology
    • A brief explanation of organ systems.
    • Emphasis on the organ systems which could cause medical emergencies if they fail.
    • Summarization of the Cardiovascular System.
    • Summarization of the Respiratory System.
    • Summarization of correlation between both the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems.
    • The signs of life
    • What is a pulse?
    • Where to check for a pulse?
    • Defining Hypoperfusion, or shock, and how it can occur.
    • Summarization of the Nervous System.
    • Summarization of the Skeletal System.

    Day 2
    Session 5 – Assessing the Scene
    • The Importance of the 3P’s during any first aid response.
    • Behavior during an Emergency
    • The Primary Survey and the steps needed to inform the ambulance.
    • The difference between History, Symptoms, and Signs.
    • Medical emergencies to prioritize during the primary survey.
    • The difference between the primary and secondary surveys.
    • The Secondary Survey and how to maintain the patient’s response
    • The recovery position.
    Session 6 – Practical Session
    • Two scenarios will be provided where the trainees will distinguish between an emergency in which the primary survey is required and another scenario in which the A secondary survey is required.
    Session 7 – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)
    • When should a first aider use CPR.
    • The steps to CPR by using C-A-B (Circulation, Compression, Airway, and Rescue Breaths)
    • How to correctly perform chest compressions
    • How to correctly open the airway
    • How to correctly perform rescue breath.
    • The importance of repeating the CPR Process in saving a person’s life.
    • Understanding the functions of the AED.
    • Precautions before using the AED.
    • How to correctly place the AED pads.
    • How to use it alongside CPR to save the person’s life
    Session 8- Practical Session
    • Trainees will use a full-body mannequin to Perform CPR and AED.
    Session 9 – Choking
    • Definition of Choking
    • Define the differences between open and obstructed airways.
    • The warning signs of choking
    • The symptoms and signs of the progression of choking
    • The Heimlich Maneuver
    • The Self-Heimlich Maneuver
    Session 10 – Practical Session
    • Trainees will demonstrate the Heimlich Maneuver on others and on themselves.
    Session 11 – Bleeding
    • Scenarios in the workplace which can lead to excessive bleeding.
    • Identify the different types of external bleeding.
    • Understand the difference between internal and external bleeding.
    • The steps needed to prevent bleeding.
    • The usage and application of the torniquet.
    • How to prevent the progression of internal bleeding.
    • How to stop nosebleeds.
    Session 12 – Practical Scenario
    • The trainees will demonstrate the application of bandages to an injury site and how to effectively tie a torniquet and apply it in serious injuries.

    Day 3
    Session 12 – Practical Scenario
    • The trainees will demonstrate the application of bandages to an injury site and how to effectively tie a torniquet and apply it in serious injuries.
    Session 13 – Shock
    • Definition of shock.
    • Identify the different types of shock.
    • How shock affects the entire body.
    • How a medical emergency can be worsened by shock.
    • How to treat shock.
    Session 14 – Burns
    • Different workplace scenarios that can lead to burns
    • The different types of burns
    • Classification of the severity of the burn from first-, second-, and third-degree burns. 
    • Treatment for first-, second-, and third-degree burns. 
    Session 15 – Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke
    • Define Heat Exhaustion
    • Identify the symptoms and signs of Heat Exhaustion
    • Treatment and prevention of progression of Heat Exhaustion
    • Define Heat Stroke
    • Identify the main differences in symptoms and signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke
    • Treatment of Heat Stroke
    Session 16 – Diabetic Emergencies
    • Identify the workplace scenarios which can lead to diabetic emergencies.
    • Identify the medical conditions which can lead to diabetic emergencies.
    • Differentiate between Hyperglycemia and Hypoglycemia.
    • Symptoms and Signs of Hyperglycemia and correlation with a medical history, if possible.
    • Treatment of Hyperglycemia
    • Symptoms and Signs of Hypoglycemia and correlation with a medical history, if possible.
    • Treatment of Hypoglycemia
    Session 17 – Practical Session
    • Trainees will be shown and asked to demonstrate different methods of slings applications to effectively to prevent degradation of fracture or dislocation cases.
    Session 18 – Neck and Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Identify the workplace scenarios which can lead to neck and spinal cord injuries.
    • How to effectively identify the places in which the paralysis may have spread.
    • The importance of not moving the patient unless necessary.
    • How to effectively prevent the spread of paralysis.
    Session 19 – Practical Session
    • Trainees will demonstrate adequate lifting techniques to move a neck and spinal cord injured patient from one place to another without increasing their risk of permanent paralysis.


    Day 4

    • Session 15 – Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke
    • Define Heat Exhaustion
    • Identify the symptoms and signs of Heat Exhaustion
    • Treatment and prevention of progression of Heat Exhaustion
    • Define Heat Stroke
    • Identify the main differences in symptoms and signs of heat exhaustion and heat stroke
    • Treatment of Heat Stroke
    • Session 16 – Diabetic Emergencies
    • Identify the workplace scenarios which can lead to diabetic emergencies.
    • Identify the medical conditions which can lead to diabetic emergencies.
    • Differentiate between Hyperglycemia and Hypoglycemia.
    • Symptoms and Signs of Hyperglycemia and correlation with medical history, if possible.
    • Treatment of Hyperglycemia
    • Symptoms and Signs of Hypoglycemia and correlation with medical history, if possible.
    • Treatment of Hypoglycemia
    • Session 17 – Practical Session
    • Trainees will be shown and asked to demonstrate different methods of slings applications to effectively to prevent degradation of fracture or dislocation cases.
    • Session 18 – Neck and Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Identify the workplace scenarios which can lead to neck and spinal cord injuries.
    • How to effectively identify the places in which the paralysis may have spread.
    • The importance of not moving the patient unless necessary.
    • How to effectively prevent the spread of paralysis.
    • Session 19 – Practical Session
    • Trainees will demonstrate adequate lifting techniques to move a neck and spinal cord injured patient from one place to another without increasing their risk of permanent paralysis.

    • Workers that have previously taken Basic First Aid.
    • Workers that have previously taken Advanced First Aid
    • Supervisors and Managers who have a higher level of responsibilities in Emergency First Aid response.


    • Session 1 - Course Introduction  
    •  Session 2 – The Purpose of Saving Lives
    •  Session 3 – Practical Session: Show the workers the contents of the first aid kit while demonstrating the correct usage of Personal Protective Equipment, PPE, to prevent infection and promote sanitation of the Scene.
    • Session 4- Basic Anatomy and Physiology
    • Session 5 – Assessing the Scene
    • Session 6 – Practical Session: Two scenarios will be provided where the trainees will distinguish between an emergency in which the primary survey is required and another scenario in which the secondary survey is required.
    • Session 7 – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and the Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)
    • Session 8- Practical Session: Trainees will use a full body mannequin to preform CPR and AED.
    • Session 9 – Choking
    • Session 10 – Practical Session: Trainees will demonstrate the Heimlich Maneuver on others and on themselves.
    • Session 11 – Bleeding
    • Session 12 – Practical Scenario
    • Session 13 – Shock
    • Session 14 – Burns
    • Session 15 – Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke
    • Session 16 – Diabetic Emergencies
    • Session 17 – Practical Session: Trainees will be shown and asked to demonstrate different methods of slings applications to effectively to prevent degradation of fracture or dislocation cases.
    • Session 18 – Neck and Spinal Cord Injuries
    • Session 19 – Practical Session: Trainees will demonstrate adequate lifting techniques to move a neck and spinal cord injured patient from one place to another without increasing their risk of permanent paralysis.

    • Basic First Aid


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