AggieSafety

Comprehensive CPR, AED, First Aid, and Excessive Bleeding Training

 

Indusrey Requirements

CPR, AED, First Aid

AGGIE SAFETY’s team of expert professionals is dedicated to providing comprehensive, hands-on training certified by the American Red Cross in CPR, AED, First Aid, and managing excessive bleeding. Our training programs equip individuals with life-saving skills and empower them to respond effectively to emergencies.

Safety Program Set Up

Comprehensive Facility Safety Program Services

Some of the component highlights for these trainings are below:

1. Introduction to CPR:
• Overview of the importance of CPR and its role in saving lives.
• Understanding when CPR is needed.

2. Basic Anatomy and Physiology:
• Brief overview of the cardiovascular system and respiratory system.

3. Assessment of the Scene:
• Ensuring safety for both rescuer and victim.
• Checking for responsiveness and activating emergency medical services.

4. Checking for Signs of Life:
• Assessing breathing and pulse.

5. CPR Techniques:
• Hands-only CPR for adult victims.
• CPR with rescue breaths for infants and children.

6. Proper Hand Placement and Compression Techniques:
• Demonstrations and hands-on practice for effective chest compressions.
• Understanding the correct depth and rate of compressions.

7. Rescue Breathing:
• Techniques for providing rescue breaths, including the head-tilt/chin-lift or jaw-thrust methods.

8. Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Training:
• Proper use of an AED, including pad placement and following voice prompts.
• Understanding when and how to use an AED in combination with CPR.

9. Choking Response:
• Techniques for assisting conscious and unconscious choking victims.

10. Special Considerations:
• CPR for infants, children, and adults.
• Addressing specific scenarios such as drowning or drug overdose.

11. Legal and Ethical Considerations:
• Understanding your legal protections when providing CPR.
• Importance of obtaining consent before providing care.

12. Hands-On Practice:
• Participants typically have the opportunity for hands-on practice using manikins.
• Instructors provide individual feedback to ensure proper technique.

13. Certification:
• Successful completion of the course may result in CPR certification.
• Certification is often valid for a specific period, and renewal may be required.

 

AED Training Course Components:

 

  1. Introduction to AEDs:
    • Overview of what an AED is and how it works.
    • Understanding the importance of early defibrillation in cardiac arrest situations.
  2. Safety Precautions:
    • Ensuring the safety of the rescuer, victim, and bystanders.
    • Guidelines for using AEDs in various environments.
  3. Assessment of the Scene:
    • Ensuring the area is safe before using an AED.
    • Activating emergency medical services.
  4. Recognizing Cardiac Arrest:
    • Identifying signs of cardiac arrest.
    • Understanding when to use an AED.
  5. Proper Use of AEDs:
    • Hands-on training on how to operate an AED.
    • Placement of AED pads on the victim’s chest.
  6. Clearing the Victim:
    • Ensuring the victim is clear of the area during AED analysis and shock delivery.
  7. Analyzing the Heart Rhythm:
    • Understanding how AEDs analyze the heart’s rhythm.
    • Recognizing when the AED advises a shock.
  8. Performing CPR in Conjunction with AED Use:
    • Coordinating chest compressions with AED use.
    • Understanding the importance of uninterrupted chest compressions.
  9. Troubleshooting:
    • Addressing common issues or error messages that may arise during AED use.
    • Properly responding to prompts from the AED.
  10. Special Considerations:
    • AED use on infants, children, and adults.
    • Recognizing when to modify AED procedures for specific populations.
  11. Hands-On Practice:
    • Participants typically have the opportunity for hands-on practice using AED training devices.
    • Instructors provide individual feedback to ensure proper technique.
  12. Certification:
    • Successful completion of the course may result in AED certification.
    • Certification is often valid for a specific period, and renewal may be required.