The course is intended for participants that may require an enhanced skill in the proper treatment and handling disabled passengers onboard.
Lecture and hands-on demonstration
STCW as amended Table A-VI/13
The training provides knowledge and skills to carry out first aid treatment and shock management during emergency situation. It also has a practical workshop that focuses on the application of techniques for lifting and moving disabled passengers or those who needs medical attention on board.
Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to understand and explain the various classifications of wounds and the first aid management for such. They will be able to differentiate the various kinds of bleeding and show how to control it.Furthermore, the trainees will be able to determine the signs and symptoms of shock and how first aid and preventive management for shock will be applied. They will be able to explain the sense urgency to transport patients who are bleeding and show signs of shock. Lastly, trainees will be able to demonstrate the various techniques for lifting and moving disabled passengers.
Immediate Action Body Mechanics Injuries Lifting and Moving Practical Demonstration
Basic skills and knowledge that is to be acquired from IMO MC 1.13 Elementary First Aid.
Available upon request
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