The Crash Scene Safety Course is launched

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This all new three hour course, prepares delegates for an emergency situation. The syllabus has been carefully put together to simulate emergencies and to prepare individuals for situations that may well present themselves in the course of their work.
Course content includes:-

Practical exercises covering:-

  • Personal Safety at the Scene of an RTA
  • First Aid including Basic Life Support (BLS) Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Control of Bleeding, Recognising and Immobilising suspected broken bones,
  • Recognising and dealing with Shock
  • Dealing with a simulated RTA
  • Understanding your role as an RTA

 

Taking action including:-

  • Airfield based training
  • Prioritising the risk
  • Crash scene scenarios
  • Putting theory into practice
  • Observers guidance and support
  • Await the arrival of emergency services

 

Theory and Debriefing to include:-

  • Back to the classroom
  • Debrief
  • Lessons learnt
  • Where improvements can be made
  • Q&A session
  • Observers comments and recommendations

 

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What they Say

“Having attended the training I feel I would be much more confident in handling arriving at a scene of an accident, and be able to actually be helpful.” – Shanila

“All in all though a very worthwhile exercise”. – Ish

“  The training clearly equips you to not only help the accident victims but keep the safety of yourself, your passengers and all those involved as a foremost priority”. – Ed

“Everyone who took part was thoroughly engaged in the training and all reported that they had learnt more in the half day course than they had for a number of years. “ – Paul

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