First Aid (Spanish)

Overview
Pricing
Reviews
Provider Info

Course Outline

  • Introduction

  • Initial Response

  • Bleeding

  • Shock

  • Burns and Scalds

  • Electric Shock

  • Head and Spinal Injuries

  • Fractures

  • Acute Poisoning

  • Environmental Emergencies

  • Medical Emergencies

Regulations

  • 30 CFR Subchapter K Metal and Nonmetal Mine Safety and Health

  • Part 56 Safety and Health Standards – Surface Metal and Nonmetal Mines

  • Subpart N – Personal Protection

  • Section 56.15001

  • Subpart Q – Safety Programs

  • Section 56.18010, 56.18012, 56.18013, 56.18014

  • MSHA’s Program Policy Manual

CURRENT LIBRARY

Click to view other courses in this Library:

Load More >

OTHER LIBRARIES

LIBRARY GROUPS

Language Offered In.png

English, Spanish

Course Time.png

65 min

Learning Objectives

  • Identify the correct actions to take during an initial response to an accident or first aid situation.

  • Identify the correct actions to take when providing first aid in situations involving bleeding.

  • Identify the symptoms of shock and the correct actions to take when providing first aid in situations involving shock.

  • Identify the correct actions to take when providing first aid in situations involving burns.

  • Identify the correct actions to take when providing first aid in electrical accident situations.

  • Identify the symptoms associated with a head injury and the correct actions to take when providing first aid in situations involving potential head injuries.

  • Identify when to suspect a spinal injury and the correct actions to take when providing first aid in situations involving potential spinal injuries.

  • Identify the correct actions to take when providing first aid in situations involving fractures.

  • Identify the signs and symptoms of poisonings and the correct actions to take when providing first aid in poisoning accidents.

  • Identify the signs and symptoms associated with environmental emergencies, including snakebites and heat and cold stress, and the correct actions to take when providing first aid in these situations.

  • Identify the signs and symptoms associated with medical emergencies including asthma, anaphylaxis, and seizures.

Lesson Description

First aid responders will know how to make an initial response to work related accidents and use commonly accepted first aid practices for treating the injured prior to possible referral for medical treatment. This program includes an overview of the major changes affecting first aid responders in the 2005 Guidelines for First Aid sponsored by the American Red Cross and the American Heart Association. This program does not qualify as first aid certification. It is intended to be used as a review between certifications.

Updated.png
Live Demo
Phone Call
Video Demo
Desktop Computer.png
We're here to help.
Phone Call
15 min
Phone Call
Schedule your live demo.
Live Demo
30 min
Product Demo

Purchase the Specialty Courses individually.

You can purchase this course in the following ways:

Library Group Level

Click here to add your own content, or connect to data from your collections.

Priced from:

$550/mo.

Monthly or Annual

See Options

Need Help?

Contact us

800.770.7767

info@SafetyU.com

See Plans

Features

Additional Features

See Plans

load more

Course Reviews

+ Add Review
Reviews
3.0
150 Product ratings
98% would recommend

This Solution is provided by: 
ESSG
Market Partner.png
ESSG App/Gig Partner
ESSG App/Gig Partner
Support info
Support Email.png
Website.png
Provider Website