First Aid

First Aid is the temporary help given to a sick or injured person before professional medical help can be provided. This timely assistance is most critical to victims, and in most cases, is life saving. A first-aiders immediate response in the first fifteen minutes after the incident is a determining factor of what will happen to the victim in the next one hour. Taking a practical course in First Aid is the best preparation for dealing with an emergency. Training courses are available in 3 modules i.e. CPR, Trauma Management (covering CPR, Bleeding, Fractures, Dislocations and Spiral Management) and Basic Life Support.

Training Programmes cover the following protocols
  •  Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  •  Bleeding – Internal / External
  •  Fractures and Dislocations
  •  Head, Neck and Back injuries
  •  Shock and Electrocution
  •  Heat Burns and Chemical Burns
  •  Angina, Heart Attack, Stroke, Cardiac and Respiratory Arrest
  •  Eye, Nose, Ear emergencies
  •  Heat and Cold emergencies
  •  Poisoning, Bites and Stings