Low Voltage Recue & CPR

By: Accelerated Training  17-Feb-2014
Keywords: Occupational Health, Training Organisation, Safety Training

Course Information This training provides participants with two components: Low Voltage Rescue - LVR and Perform CPR. Low Voltage Rescue (LVR) teaches participants how to rescue a person that has been using low voltage equipment, using a Low Voltage Rescue Kit. Low voltage is defined as less than 1000Vac. Perform CPR teaches participants the confidence and competence required to perform CPR on an unconscious person. LVR training is designed for anyone person who may need to perform CPR or to utilise DRSABCD during the course of their employment. Perform CPR is taught according to the Australia Resuscitation Council (ARC) guidelines. We deliver this training under the auspices and in partnership with Allens Training Pty Ltd RTO 90909. Course Outline ● Electrical safety information/ awareness ● Identifying electrical hazards ● Assess the incident/scene and conduct DRABC ● Electrical rescue principles ● Maintain & use safety/rescue equipment ● Conduct a primary casualty assessment ● Provide resuscitation ● Provide CPR on adults ● Management of injuries ● Manage unconscious casualties - recovery position ● Handover to medical personnel ● Emergency CPR & understanding of the use of an Automated External Defibrillator Course Details Delivery: This course is offered either on-site, or at our training facilities in Dapto Qualification Issued: UETTDRRFO6B Low Voltage Rescue & HLTAID001 Perform CPR Certification: A4 display certificate and a plastic wallet-card Duration: 4-6 hours Dates: Monthly Time: TBA Cost: $150 (+GST) Venue: Level 1, 4a cnr Baan Baan St & 37-39 Princes Highway, Dapto NSW 2530 How To Enrol: Phone (02) 4262 7072 to secure a booking. 100 Points of ID form must be brought in on the day of the training with appropriate evidence of identity documentation. All Students MUST provide a Unique Student Identified (USI) Number. Pre-requisites: Pre-course work to be completed on-line prior to attending this training.

Keywords: Construction Induction, Occupational Health, Safety Training, Training Organisation

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