SSO

Course Content

  • Carry out the role of Ship Safety Officer
  • Carry out risk assessment and accident reporting
  • Carry out safety audits and inspections
  • Create a safety culture aboard ship through teamwork.

 

Content & Objectives

  • To explore the role of a Shipboard Safety Officer
  • Legislative Background – to include such topics as International Health and Safety Legislation
  • Duties of Employer
  • Duties of Safety Officer
  • Powers of safety representatives
  • Safety Management on board ship
  • ISM Code Safety Management System – procedures
  • Accident Reduction
  • Hazard Identification
  • Creating a Safety Culture

Practical workshops would include, but not be confined to:

  • Risk Assessment
  • Safety Inspections

Duration 3 Days

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FPOS

 

The Pre Hospital Environment

    • The role of FPOS
    • Scene safety
    • Minimising risk of infection
    • Post-incident procedures
    • Scene management
    • Safety
    • Triage

Patient Assessment

  • Communicating with patients
  • Primary survey and assessment
  • Safe moving and handling

 

Respiration and Airway Management

  • Recognition of respiratory problems
  • Common breathing difficulties
  • Basic airway management
  • Causes of blocked airway
  • Opening and maintaining a clear airway
  • Choking
  • Use of suction
  • Removal of crash helmets
  • Use of oro-pharyngeal airways
  • Oxygen supplementation

 

Basic Life Support

  • Perform basic life support
  • Recovery position
  • Perform child and infant basic life support

 

Defibrillation

  • Automated external defibrillation
  • Normal / abnormal heart rhythms

 

Circulation and Shock

  • Recognition and initial care of haemorrhage
  • Bleeding
  • Shock

 

Medical Related Emergencies

  • Heart attack/angina
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Epilepsy
  • Unconscious patient
  • Asthma / anaphylaxis

 

Extended Skills are dependent on course requirements, these can include; Cannulation, Fluid Therapy, Advanced Trauma – Chest, Abdominal, Head and Extremity (including Tourniquets and Haemmorhage management)

Duration 5 Days

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SRD

Course Content

  • Course Introduction
  • Introduction to Self-Reliant Diving
  • Self-Reliant Diver Readiness & Awareness
  • Self-Rescue Techniques for the Self Reliant Diver
  • Before Starting the Self Reliant Diver Course
  • Self-Reliant Diving - Who should consider to get trained
  • Equipment for the Self-Reliant Diver
  • Dive Planning & Basic Diving Techniques
  • Independent Management of Dive Emergencies
  • Dive Emergency Equipment

Training Dives

  • Conduct
  • Open Water Dives Performance Requirements
  • Open Water Guidelines for Self-Reliant Diver
  • General Open Water Considerations
  • Self-Reliant Diver Open Water Dives
  • Open Water Dive One
  • Open Water Dive Two
  • Open Water Dive Three
  • Open Water Dive Four

Duration 4 Days

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PSD Course Content

 

 

Course Content

• Course Introduction
• Introduction to Public Safety Diving
• Public Safety Diver Readiness
• Scene-Size-Up
• Before Starting the Public Safety Diving Operation.
• Communications
• Medical Considerations
• Public Safety Diving Basic Search Techniques
• Body Movement in Water
• Public Safety Diver Self-Rescue Techniques • Public Safety Diver Emergency Response
• Attempting a Non-diver Victim Rescue

Training Dives

• Conduct

• Open Water Dives Performance Requirements

• Open Water Guidelines for Public Safety Diver

• General Open Water Considerations

• Public Safety Diver Open Water Dives

• Open Water Dive One

• Open Water Dive Two

• Open Water Dive Three

• Open Water Dive Four

 

Duration 7-9 Days

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