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OHSE06B – Dealing with Emergencies (Information and Practical session)

Module Purpose

To provide an understanding of how emergencies can be tackled in the wider aspect and also on the individual situation.

Relationship to competency standards

None specific

Learning Outcomes

At the conclusion of this training, the Participant will be able to -

  •   Recognise the situation that calls for evacuation of a building, premises or area.
  •   Determine when the emergency can be safely tackled, e.g., fire.
  •   Render immediate aid to a person with an injury. (i.e. provide simple first aid 
      treatment.)
  •   Provide basic practical assistance (bandaging and CPR)
  •   Determine the correct follow-up action, ambulance etc.

Assessment method

Can be either discussion or multiple choice/short answers as required.

Conditions of Assessment

Simulated emergency conditions in a training environment.

 

Prerequisites

Nil.

Special requirements

Can be extended to include practical work, e.g., bandaging or basic CPR concepts.

Module duration

2 hours. (combination of information session and practical activities)

Max. Class size

8 participants

Key Benefits

·         Be able to provide immediate first aid in the event of a workplace accident, which may result in saving a life.

·         Reduce the possibility of additional injury by educating personnel how to deal appropriately with a workplace emergency.

·         Increase workplace personnel’s awareness of the importance of developing and maintaining a workplace emergency handling plan.

·         Consolidation of the theory with practical bandaging and CPR skills.

·         Sessions can be delivered at your workplace or at our training facility.

Cost

$500.00 for a group session conducted at your workplace. «

 

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