This course is a basic level 1 course providing basic knowledge in acid alkali accidents (within the scope of the IVR guidelines).
In the refresher course, which is recommended annually, the course is further developed and deepened.
Education and advanced training of occupational paramedics, that can bridge the time between incident and hospitalisation (occupational doctor, emergency doctor) thanks to the immediate availability of life-saving measures.
The course covers the correct behaviour in emergencies, patients with spinal injuries, and when dealing with unconscious and conscious patients. The prospective first aiders will learn the signs of respiratory difficulty and to administer artificial respiration. They will learn how to handle external bleeding and to identify symptoms of shock. They can identify cardiac arrest, perform a cardiac massage and handle a defibrillator (AED). Immediate measures for burns and electrical accidents will be demonstrated. They will know the theoretical dangers of diverse acids and bases, as well as the correct procedure for handling an incident. The first aider will know the signs of diverse clinical pictures such as a heart attack and stroke.
Two days, seven hours per day.
8.00 to 12.00 and 13.00 to 16.30
Graduates will receive a certificate in accordance with IVR/SRC with BLS and AED (including cardiac massage and defibrillation) at the end of the course.
Cancellations will be acknowledged up to 10 days before the start of the course, otherwise full course expenses will be charged.
If the course has too few participants it can be cancelled at short notice.
After successful registration, you will receive a confirmation that is simultaneously the course invitation.