Course Objectives

Recognizing an Emergency
Emergency Action Notification Plan & Steps
Legal and Moral Issues / Good Samaritan Laws / Government Approvals
Preventing Disease Transmission & Universal Precautions
Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) / BBP Protection
Scene Safety, Initial Assessment & Emergency Notification Plan
Moving a Victim
The Chain of Survival / Calling EMS (911) or advanced care
Prioritizing Care & Caring for Shock
Bleeding and Wound Management
Burns & Electrocution Injuries
Poisoning and Drug Overdose
Muscle and Joint Injuries
Heat-related emergencies & Overexertion
Cold-related emergencies & Hypothermia or Frostbite
Stings, Bites & Tick Removal
Medical Emergencies
   -breathing emergencies/allergies (epi-pen)
   -heart attack or sudden cardiac arrest
First Aid Skills Refresher Checklist Forms
Comprehensive Written Skills Examination
AED Training or Adult CPR or Adult-Child-Infant CPR
Basic First Aid:
Universal Precautions

Treatment for:
Medical Illness Emergencies
Injury Emergencies
Environmental Emergencies
Other Emergencies

Also covering:
Scene Safety
Emergency Action Plan
Prioritizing Care

Also consider taking:
First Voice CPR Training
First Voice AED Training
NOTE: Each year over 7 million Americans suffer disabling injuries which require first aid and may require CPR. Accidental injuries (including choking and drowning) are the leading cause of death in children and send over 16 million children to hospitals emergency rooms every year.

First Voice Training - Course Objectives