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Title FIRST AID LEVEL III Code LOT 13 NQF Level 3 Language of Instruction English Objectives Develop first aid knowledge and skills required to manage injuries at work To provide for medical emergencies that may occur in the workplace Ensure the availability of capable help immediately before ambulance or medical help arrives Meet the legal requirements as stated in OHS85 of 1993 –GSR3 Content Principles of first aid and safety. Universal precautions.  Ethics related to emergency care. The first responder and the law. Preparedness to deal with sudden illness or emergency at an advanced level. Emergency scene/disaster assessment and management  Multiple injury management. Applied anatomy and physiology.  Disorders and/or diseases affecting specific body systems.  The primary survey. Artificial respiration. Managing a choking victim. One- and two-rescuer CPR (adults, children and infants). Recovery positions with and without a spinal board and spider harness.  Transporting the patient according to the injury, disorder or condition of the patient/s and available means of transport; rescue carries. Oxygen therapy. Pulse sites and pulse monitoring . Emergency treatment of shock (hypovolemic, cardiogenic and anaphylactic) The secondary survey.  Wounds and bleeding; soft tissue injuries. General principles of fractures and the threatened limb. Head and spinal injuries. Joint injuries, strains and sprains. Hand and eye injuries. Chest injuries, sucking chest wound, flail chest. Pelvic, abdominal and crush injuries. Burns. Poisoning, bites and stings . Common medical emergencies: chest pain and paralysis; breathless-ness, croup, asthma, epileptic seizures, stroke, diabetes and skin reactions. Environmental illness and injuries – hyperthermia, hypothermia and drowning. Common infectious diseases, severe headaches, excessive diarrhea, vomiting, any type of haemorrhage. Emergency childbirth. principles of advanced primary emergency care in health emergencies for people in the workplace; sustaining an advanced level of preparedness to deal with emergencies in the workplace; assessing and managing a multiple injured emergency scene/disaster in the workplace; demonstrating knowledge and understanding of anatomy and physiology of the human body and the specific disorders and diseases relating to each system as prescribed for this course; demonstrating primary emergency life support (adults, children and infants); managing shock; conducting a secondary assessment of the victim/s of a medical or trauma emergency and maintaining appropriate primary emergency care. Duration 3 Days Mode of Instruction Direct, face to face facilitation of learning supporting participants during the learning process using; Prepared learning material Group exercises Individual exercises Practical exercises Audio visuals aids Assessment Tools Knowledge Questionnaire Observation Checklist Interviews ( Oral Examinations ) Simulated  Patient Reports
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