Emergency Response Training

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Course Background:

This course is designed to provide participants with the skills and knowledge needed to provide emergency first aid. Emergency first responders can be the difference between life and death in many emergency situations.

Course Content:

  • Legislation
  • Role and responsibilities of an emergency response team
  • Use of breathing apparatus
  • Response procedures for chemical spills
  • Working in heat and smoke
  • Understanding fires
  • Locating and fighting the fire
  • Search and rescue procedures
  • Command and control
  • Use of fire fighting equipment
  • Practical exercises

Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course participants will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to:

  • Operate a system of command and control
  • Fight the fire and deal with chemical spill
  • Operate breathing apparatus
  • Take control of an emergency until replaced by emergency services
  • Use all variations of fire fighting and chemical spill response equipment
  • Perform search and rescue

This Course is Designed For:

Anyone planning to pursue a career in emergency care or anyone who requires more than the standard occupational first aid

Training Methodology:

This course is classroom based, it is highly interactive with role-playing and practical exercises to reinforce understanding and learning.

What to Bring to the Course:

Participants must have a valid cardiac first responder (CFR) or occupational first aid (OFA) certificate before starting this course. Participants are advised to wear comfortable clothes for practical activities.

Duration of the Course:

5 days

Participants:

A maximum of 8 per course

Certification:

Upon successful completion of this course participants will receive an emergency response training certificate.

 

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