First Aid Level 2
|Duration:||2 days 08h00 to 16h00 (1 hour lunch)|
|Summary:||A modular course for employee’s who are appointed as first aiders within their workplace where the risk assessment calls for a more advanced level of first responder. The course is based on international emergency scene management standards in accordance with the latest first aid protocols.|
|Legal compliance applicable:||General Safety Regulation clause 3 advises that employers must take reasonable steps to provide prompt first aid treatment at the workplace..|
|Accreditation:||Our first aid is accredited to train advanced first responder stage, level 3 and we carry CETA accreditation for unit standards 254220 Provide first aid as an advanced first responder. Approved by the Chief Inspector Department of Labour, CI No. 575 in terms of Chief Inspector notice G1463 of 2017, issued in December 2017. The first aid training is also compliant with the DMR Mandatory Code of Practice for risk-based emergency care on a mine (July 2016).|
1. One and two man CPR, Adult, Infant and Child
2. ESM Steps Level 1 Recap.
3. Anatomy – Respiratory and Circulatory Systems
4. Wounds and Bleeding
5. Fractures, Head and Spinal Injuries
6. Casualty Immobilisation and Preparation for Transport Rescue Carries
7. Chest Injuries
8. Eye Injuries
9. Pelvic and Abdominal Injuries
10. Environmental Illness and Heat Related Injuries
11. Diabetic Emergencies
12. Poisons, Bites and Stings, Fits and Seizures
13. Multiple Casualty Management – S.T.A.R.T Triage
|Entry requirements:||ABET level 4 (Basic reading, writing and arithmetic). Method of instruction and training materials are in English.
Valid First aid level 1 certification.
In certain circumstances alternative languages will be catered for, but only by prior arrangement.
|Min/max number of learners||Minimum: 8 learners per course
Maximum: 12 learners per course
|Who Should Attend:||All employees who are tasked or appointed as first aiders at their place of work. Any person who would like to attain advanced first aid skills. Care givers, teachers, events security and related personnel.|