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Offshore First Aid Refresher (HSE)

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  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Language

    English

  • Course code

    OFA002

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Please make sure pre-requirements are met

An in date HSE approved Offshore First Aider certificate.

Offshore First Aid Refresher (HSE)

Objective

The course consists of classroom theory and practical exercise modules in first aid, and culminating in assessment by oral and practical examination of delegates against the required training outcomes. To ensure that the knowledge and skills of an offshore first-aider do not deteriorate.

Target Group

This HSE approved training programme is designed to meet the refresher requirements for Offshore First Aiders as defined by the Offshore Installations and Pipeline Works (First-Aid) Regulations. The course is appropriate for personnel who hold Offshore First Aid certification and who will be designated First Aiders on Offshore installations.

Prerequisites

Delegates must be in possession of a current HSE approved Offshore First Aider certificate.

Examination

Delegates will be assessed against the learning outcomes by oral and practical examination or by written and practical examination.

On successful completion of both written and practical examination, delegates will be issued a HSE Offshore First Aid Certificate which is valid for 3 years

Course Contents

On completion of the course delegates will have

Demonstrated there ability to perform emergency first-aid procedures safely, promptly and effectively.

A revision and updating of techniques and procedures in

Basic life support procedures and use and maintenance of oxygen equipment and Automatic defibrillators
Control bleeding and manage the unconscious patient
Recognise and treat shock, hypothermia, and immersion
Treat injuries, burns, scalds and inhalation of hot gases and smoke Identification and safe use of Entinox
Dress and immobilise injured parts and perform follow-up treatment, i.e. redressing
Identification and safe use of Entinox
Where appropriate receive demonstrations of new techniques and procedures