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First Aid and CPR Academic Principles, Online Training Format

SKU: 260
$19.00

First Aid and CPR Academic PrinciplesOn average, Americans spend over 40 hours a week at work. And each year, there are millions of injuries and illnesses in American workplaces, ranging from minor cuts and colds to fatal industrial accidents and heart attacks.

Given the amount of time they spend on the job and the variety of hazards they are exposed to during a normal workday, employees need to know the techniques of emergency response and treatment, both for their own health and safety as well as that of their colleagues.

While this course is not officially sanctioned training that leads to certification in first aid or CPR, it does provide comprehensive instruction to workers in how to respond to a sudden illness or injury in the workplace until professional help arrives.

The goal of this course is to enable employees to respond confidently and efficiently, according to the most up-to-date emergency response standards, to mitigate injuries and save lives when workplace emergencies occur.

TARGET AUDIENCE
All those who work with others and who need basic knowledge about responding to injuries or medical emergencies.

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TIME TO COMPLETE
120 minutes

PURPOSE
To educate employees in the basic principles of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

FORMS INCLUDED
There are no forms or documents in this course.


First Aid and CPR Academic Principles

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: Instructions
    • Page 1
  • Course Objectives
  • Chapter 2: Introduction
    • Page 2
  • Chapter 3: The Basics of First Aid
    • Page 3
    • OSHA’s Regulatory Requirements
      • Page 4
    • First-Aid Training
      • Page 5
    • Maintaining a Safe Workplace
      • Page 6, 7
    • Emergency Scene First Response
      • Page 8
    • Step One: Survey the Scene
      • Page 9, 10
    • Step One: Survey the Victim
      • Page 11, 12
    • Step One: Survey the Scene and Victim Again
      • Page 13, 14
    • Step Two: Summon Help
      • Page 15, 16, 17, 18, 19
    • Step 3: Serve the Victim
      • Page 20
    • Step 3: Serve the Victim—Get Permission
      • Page 21
    • Step 3: Serve the Victim—Good Samaritan Laws
      • Page 22, 23
    • Step 3: Serve the Victim but Protect Yourself from Bloodborne Pathogens
      • Page 24
    • Protect Yourself from Infection
      • Page 25, 26, 27, 28, 29
  • Chapter 4: Assisting Injured Persons
    • Page 30
    • The ABCs of First Aid
      • Page 31
    • Moving an Unconscious Victim
      • Page 32
    • When to Evacuate a Victim
      • Page 33
    • Make Sure the Victim is Breathing
      • Page 34
    • Check for Pulse
      • Page 35, 36
    • Check for Bleeding
      • Page 37
    • Check for Shock
      • Page 38
    • Causes of Shock
      • Page 39
    • Recognizing Shock
      • Page 40
    • Treating Shock
      • Page 41, 42
    • Evaluating a Conscious Victim
      • Page 43, 44, 45
  • Chapter 5: Treating Wounds
    • Page 46
    • Punctures
      • Page 47
    • First Aid Treatment of Puncture Wounds
      • Page 48
    • Impalement
      • Page 49
    • Severe Bleeding: Apply Pressure
      • Page 50
    • Severe Bleeding: Elevate the Wound
      • Page 51
    • Severe Bleeding: Locate Pressure Points and Apply Pressure
      • Page 52
    • Internal Bleeding
      • Page 53, 54
    • Amputation
      • Page 55, 56, 57
    • Loss of Teeth
      • Page 58
    • Saving a Knocked-Out Tooth
      • Page 59, 60, 61, 62
  • Chapter 6: Treating Burns
    • Page 63
    • Classifying Burns
      • Page 64
    • Determine the Level of Seriousness
      • Page 65
    • First Aid for Minor Burns
      • Page 66
    • First Aid for Second-Degree Burns
      • Page 67
    • Treating Major Burns
      • Page 68, 69
    • Myths about Treating Burns
      • Page 70, 71
    • Chemical Burns
      • Page 72
    • Electrical Burns
      • Page 73
    • Treating Electrical Burns
      • Page 74, 75, 76, 77
  • Chapter 7: Treating Musculoskeletal Injuries
    • Page 78
    • Musculoskeletal Injuries
      • Page 79
    • Assessing for Possible Musculoskeletal Injuries
      • Page 80
    • Ice the Injury
      • Page 81
    • Immobilize the Injury
      • Page 82
    • Transporting an Injured Person
      • Page 83, 84, 85
    • Head and Spine Injuries
      • Page 86, 87
    • Head and Spine Injuries: Symptoms
      • Page 88, 89
    • Head and Spine Injuries
      • Page 90, 91, 92, 93
  • Chapter 8: Seizures, Strokes, and Heart Attacks
    • Seizures
      • Page 94
    • Causes of Seizures
      • Page 95
    • Signs of Seizures
      • Page 96
    • Signs of Focal Seizures
      • Page 97, 98
    • First Aid for Seizure
      • Page 99, 100
    • Seizures: What Not to Do
      • Page 101, 102
    • Fainting
      • Page 103, 104
    • First Aid for Fainting
      • Page 105, 106
    • Brain Attack: Stroke
      • Page 107
    • Symptoms of Stroke
      • Page 108
    • First Aid for a Stroke: Call 911
      • Page 109
    • Heart Attack
      • Page 110
    • Recognizing a Heart Attack
      • Page 111, 112
    • First Aid for Heart Attack Victims
      • Page 113, 114, 115, 116
  • Chapter 9: Responding to Breathing Emergencies
    • Page 117
    • Identifying Breathing Emergencies
      • Page 118
    • Cause of Breathing Problems
      • Page 119
    • Assessing the Seriousness of Breathing Problems
      • Page 120
    • Choking
      • Page 121
    • Signs of Choking
      • Page 122
    • Choking: Partial Blockage
      • Page 123
    • Choking: Total Blockage
      • Page 124
    • Helping a Choking Victim
      • Page 125
    • Helping a Choking Victim: Back Blows
      • Page 126
    • Helping a Choking Victim: Abdominal Thrusts
      • Page 127, 128
    • Helping an Unconscious Choking Victim: Rescue Breaths
      • Page 129
    • Helping an Unconscious Choking Victim: Chest Compressions
      • Page 130, 131
    • Rescue Breathing and Universal Precautions
      • Page 132, 133, 134
    • Administering CPR
      • Page 135, 136
    • Getting into Position to Administer CPR
      • Page 137
    • CPR: Chest Compressions
      • Page 138, 139, 140, 141
  • Chapter 10: Conclusion
    • Page 142
  • Chapter 11: Time to Review
    • Page 143
  • Exam (multiple choice)






Student Benefits

Students and employees who take the First Aid and CPR Academic Principles course will enjoy:

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HRCI Recertification Credits
 
0.00 HRCI Recertification Credit(s).
 
SHRM PDC Credits
 
0.00 SHRM PDC Credit(s).
 
CAM Credits
 
0.00 CAM Credit(s).
 
Florida Bar CLE Recertification Credits
 
0.00 Florida Bar CLE Recertification Credit(s).
 
Florida Bar CLE Ethics Recertification Credits
 
0.00 Florida Bar CLE Ethics Recertification Credit(s).
 
State Bar of Georgia CLE Recertification Credits
 
0.00 State Bar of Georgia CLE Recertification Credit(s).
 
State Bar of Georgia CLE Ethics Recertification credits
 
0.00 State Bar of Georgia CLE Ethics Recertification credit(s).
 
FL CE 2-20 Credits
 
0.00 FL CE 2-20 Credit(s).
 
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Interactive Learning Activities
 
27 interactive learning activities.
 
Audio Narration
 
116 audio narrations.
 
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Definitions
 
5 definitions.
 
Questions and Answers
 
5 questions and answers.
 
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Practice Quiz
 
0 practice true or false questions and 0 practice multiple choice questions.
 
Scored Exam
 
5 exam true or false questions and 15 exam multiple choice questions.
 
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Significant wholesale discounts available for enterprises.