First Aid Awareness
We do not expect accidents. However, we know that accident may happen anytime, anywhere, to our colleagues or loved ones.
Simple cuts and bleeding while preparing food at home; sprain, strain and fracture during sports at school; wounds while on holiday activities; choking while eating in the office canteen; fainting and/or heart attack during meeting are just a few examples.
This is a non-certificate introduction program to first aid training. It gives an awareness to everyone about first aid treatment that can be given to someone who suddenly fell ill or injured.
This program consists of explanation and demonstration of first aid knowledge and skills.
Up to 3 hours awareness session
- Key changes reflecting the new science from 2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care
- What is sudden cardiac arrest?
- What is first aid and why is it important?
- Basic explanation for choking and simple wounds
- Skill demonstration
This course is for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a brief information about first aid. The program length can be customized to suit your needs and availability.