FIRSTRAC : First-Aid [Level 1&2] First Aid
Page down for new Dept of Labour General Safety Regulation 3 requirements
Intro to Legal Requirements, Legal & Ethical Considerations, The Law of Consent, Reporting of Injuries & Treatment, Intro to Occupational Health & Safety, Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing, First Aid Kits and Equipment, Approaching an Accident Scene, Treating a Collapsed Person, Rescue Breathing, CPR, Choking, Drowning, Unconsciousness, Fainting, Wounds & Control of Bleeding, Fractures,
TOPICS COVERED [Continued]
Sprains & Dislocations, Head Injuries, Neck and Spinal Injuries, Lifting and Carrying a Patient, Burns, Electrocution, Smoke, Chemicals and Poisons, Bites and Stings, Eyes. Heart Diseases, Angina, Heart Attack, Stroke, Diabetes, Asthma, Seizures, Epilepsy. Practicals, Oral & Practicals. NOTE: This level 1 & 2 Trainer's Kit is not yet Unit Standard Aligned.
DEPT OF LABOUR APPROVAL
As of 31 October 2017 all First Aid Instructors “persons or organisations" desiring "approval" by the Chief Inspector” to present First Aid training in terms of General Safety Regulation 3 (4)(d) must also be SETA accredited in order to qualify.
Download the Chief Inspector Notice of Direction No R 1198 dated 30 September 2016
ETDP SETA ACCREDITATION
Guidance can be provided to those wishing to apply for SETA Accreditation. Those needing information and assistance with this process can contact us for impartial advice and contacts. Our preferred SETA Accreditation specialist will contract directly with you.
Down the email communication from HWSETA regarding their role in the accreditation of First Aid Trainers and Institutions.
UNIT STANDARD ALIGNMENT
Unit Standard: Not aligned
Credits: Not aligned
NQF Level: Not aligned
Duration: 18 hours