HSE Offshore First AidA Health & Safety Executive approved 4-day course that complies with the Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (First Aid) Regulations 1989. Offshore personnel are trained to a standard where they can administer basic First Aid on their own and provide assistance to the Offshore Medic when necessary.
- HSE (first aid) regulations.
- Managing an incident and triage.
- Casualty assessment.
- Dealing with an unconscious casualty.
- Dealing with a choking casualty.
- Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR):
- The use of an Automated External Defibrillator.
- Acute airway problems:
- Deploying and operating oxygen:
- Selecting and using the most appropriate oxygen delivery system.
- Demand inhalator valve and mask.
- Constant-flow, non-rebreather mask.
- Laerdal resuscitation mask with supplemental oxygen.
- Bag and Mask Ventilator (BMV).
- Basic Airway management:
- Airway Maneuvers.
- Oro-phalangeal airway.
- Naso-phalangeal airway.
- Acute cardiovascular problems:
- Shock (including anaphylactic shock).
- Haemorrhage control (including Combat Application Tourniquet use).
- Syncope attacks.
- Heart attack.
- Neurological impairment:
- Head injuries.
- Wound management and asepsis.
- Burns and scalds.
- Climatic Injuries:
- Heat stress / stroke.
- Strains, Sprains, Dislocations and Fractures (including spinal injuries).
- Including management of toxic gasses.
- Eye injuries.
- Acute pain management:
- The use of Entonox gas.
- The stabalisation of a casualty requiring transport.
- Aero-medical casualty transport with helicopters.
Total Cost: £320
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