Advanced Skills For Emergency Response Professionals
The National Safety Council's 16-40 hour First Aid Taking Action advanced first aid course will prepare individuals to recognize and act in an emergency to sustain life. Designed for the lay rescuer as well as the healthcare professional, this program meets
cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and emergency cardiovascular care (ECC) guidelines and exceeds OSHA standards for emergency care. It is ideal for emergency response teams, safety personnel, and organizations requiring advanced first aid training, or as a college-level course.
The student textbook contains 500 pages of full-color illustrations, step-by-step photo
sequences and skills presentations, plus statistics and checklists.
What you'll learn:
Basic life support for breathing and cardiac emergencies
Use of an AED
Controlling bleeding and managing shock
Caring for injuries and medical emergencies
Special situations, including behavioral emergencies, pregnancy and
childbirth, and remote location first aid
Plus, appendices offer information on Advance Resuscitation Techniques and disaster preparedness
The National Safety Council's 16-40 hour First Aid Taking Action course satisfies the New York State Department Of Education's annual requirement for school teachers, athletic
trainers, sports coaches, children's camp counselors, and child-care providers.
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Certification cards from the National Safety Council, valid for two years, will be issued upon successful completion of the course.