Introduction to Emergencies for Lay Responders
A guide for Lay Responders in how to approach the scene of an Emergency.
This course covers the steps each person must follow when approaching an emergency. The course will answer the questions of;
How to determine an emergency
How to enter an emergency scene safely
How to prioritize the injured
How to check the injured
How to employ an AED
What Will You Learn:
- How to determine an emergency
- How to enter an emergency scene safely
- How to prioritize the injured
- How to check the injured
Basic safety equipment (gloves and breathing barrier).
Who Should Take This Course:
Adults and children above twelve (12) years of age.
|Introduction to Emergencies for Lay Responders|
|Lecture 1: How to identify an emergency||FREE||00:07:16|
|Lecture 2: Who is a Lay Responder||FREE||00:06:01|
|Lecture 3: Barriers to acting in an emergency||00:07:21|
|Lecture 4: How to enter the scene of an emergency||00:06:16|
|Lecture 5: Priortizing the injured||00:05:25|
|Lecture 6: Checking the unresponsive adult and child||00:05:30|
|Lecture 7: Automatic External Defibrillator (AED)||00:04:34|
|Lecture 8: Class Summary||00:04:16|
|Lecture 9: Addendum||00:01:55|
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