Initial Response First Aid and Local Emergencies

 In course
RIIERR302D, RIIERR205D Initial Response First Aid and Local Emergencies

This grouping of units offers the information and skills participants need to Respond to local emergencies and Apply initial response first aid in operational roles. Participants will gain knowledge in site emergency situations, interpreting geological data, communication systems and firefighting techniques to better allow them to respond to emergencies and incidents. Participants will also receive an understanding for safety data sheets, incident reporting systems and procedures, duty of care, resuscitation, bleeding control and care of casualty’s.

This nationally accredited training consists of both theory and practical sessions.

Participants must have a sound knowledge of the English language.

Cost

$250 per participant

Duration

1 Day (8:00am - 4:00pm)

Content Summary

Plan and prepare for initial response first aid
Assess a first aid situation
Apply first aid, including resuscitation
Recording and reporting
Plan and prepare to respond to local emergencies and incidents
Respond to emergency or incident situatios including:
– Emergency evacuation
– Emergency coordination, communication and monitoring
– Firefighting and prevention

Funding available for
these courses through

CSQ funding is paid directly to Dawsons Training. Where CSQ funding doesn’t cover the full cost of the program, you will be required to contribute towards the remaining course fees.

If you believe you are eligible and wish to proceed with subsidised training, please complete the Application Form and send through to training@dawsonseng.com.au

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