Injury and Illness Training (Part 2)

Our Injury and illness course protects your staff and reduces OHS risk in your workplace. AlertForce are the Safety People and leaders in injury and illness training online. + Learn More

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The injuries and conditions covered in this online Safety Training program are:

  • > External bleeding
  • > Amputation
  • > Burns
  • > Electric shock
  • > Soft tissue injuries
  • > Fractures
  • > Eye injuries

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“Good course, it’s sharp and in small sections. Its great to get the opportunity to go back and revisit material and quiz’s as needed. Very competitive pricing.”
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Injury and Illness Emergency Response Part 2 – Injury Prevention Training Online Course

When there are no staff formally trained & certified in first aid on the scene, others present can make a big difference to an injured or ill person by carrying out the correct initial procedures.

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Injury and Illness Training

When there are no staff formally trained and certified in first aid on the scene, others present can make a big difference to an injured person by carrying out the correct initial response procedures. However, before rushing in to help, you must quickly check for dangers to yourself, the injured person and anyone else on the scene. If possible, remove any danger present. If you cannot remove the danger, call for qualified assistance immediately.

When there are no staff formally trained and certified in first aid on the scene, others present can make a big difference to an injured person by carrying out the correct initial response procedures. However, before rushing in to help, you must quickly check for dangers to yourself, the injured person and anyone else on the scene. If possible, remove any danger present. If you cannot remove the danger, call for qualified assistance immediately.

The first actions taken to treat an injury are the initial response. In this program, the appropriate initial responses to a number of different injuries are examined.

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