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Remote Medical Casualty Stabilization Program

Ongoing course

The ability to offer first aid support to sick or injured individuals, especially in a remote region distanced from medical support, or where a crisis has occurred and medical first responders are unable to provide immediate support, can make the difference between a life and death situation. This training provides casualty stabilization awareness training to enable managers and staff to understand the simple techniques by which to stabilize causalities until professional medical help arrives; even when first aid assets and equipment may not be available. This first aid training course helps organizations develop internal capacity, allowing staff to assess the status of a casualty and provide life stabilizing treatment. During crisis events where multiple causalities may occur this training also looks at casualty prioritization. The course covers: An Introduction to First Aid and Casualty Stabilization Bleeding and Blood Loss Management Burn Injuries Breaks and Fractures CPR Casualty Management Mass Casualty Situations and TRIAGE Environmental Hazards (Hot and Cold Weather Injuries) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This course is designed to meet the needs of standard first aid training, but uniquely, to also address the requirements of casualty stabilization in remote locations far from medical support. RSM has developed a module specifically on PTSD awareness to help staff and family members understand the signs, symptoms and self-help measures which can be used following traumatic events, and measures that can practically be taken to minimize the risk of developing PTSD where staff know they are traveling to areas that may present significant emotional challenge. HR PHR Credits (Functional Area 6): This course supports Human Resource professionals in ensuring workplace health safety in accordance with federal laws and regulations; including an occupational injury prevention program to address workplace safety risks. The training supports third party and vendor selection and contract negotiations for first aid services, adult learning processes and motivation for 1st aid personnel, and defines ethical and professional standards. The training supports job analysis and description methods, and explores different training techniques. The training supports managers with standards and project management concepts, risk management practices, and protects the organization from damages and loss.

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