IMC "First Aid Basics Training Program" The first aid basics Training Program. Interactive Media Communications' first aid basics Training Program addresses current information in the American Red Cross, National Safety Council and OSHA guidelines. Product Information overview of Interactive Training Courseware Development Program http://www.safetysite.com/tpaid.htm
Extractions: Interactive Media Communications' First Aid Basics Training Program addresses current information in the American Red Cross, National Safety Council and OSHA guidelines. Focusing on emergency response to accidents at work and in the home, the program helps meet several OSHA standards including 29 CFR 1910.151, 29 CFR 1926.50, and 29 CFR 1910.120. Leading experts from Harvard, Dartmouth, and Boston University Medical Schools, and specialists from the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Massachusetts State Emergency Response Commission participated in the program's development. IMC's VHS videotape/workbook-based solution provides the essential elements of a comprehensive first aid training program. Users expand their knowledge and skills in first aid response by observing simulated real-life emergencies. This VHS-videotape/workbook-based First Aid Basics Training Program includes two individually-sold VHS videotapes and covers the following material: Tape 1 covers legal obligations and safety precautions, surveying the accident scene, and checking a victim's airway, breathing and pulse. Students learn detailed procedures for administering rescue breathing, choking aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and treatment for dangerous bleeding.
Extractions: Education Overview For more than 85 years, the American Red Cross has provided health and safety education for millions of people. Our programs are designed to help you learn-and remember-valuable lifesaving skills and knowledge. Click Here for the Class Schedule. American Red Cross Offers: Convenience
First Aid With Anatomy Syllabus Instructor, John Fenoli. overview. The goal of this course is to give students a foundation in human anatomy Complete Idiots Guide to first aid basics by Karla Dougherty and Stephen http://www.forestridge.org/Faculty/fenoli/Anatomy_Syllabus.htm
Extractions: Anatomy Instructor, John Fenoli Overview The goal of this course is to give students a foundation in human anatomy and prepare them to provide first aid for others in appropriate situations. The first aid text for this course is The Complete Idiots Guide to First Aid Basics by Karla Dougherty and Stephen Rosenberg M.D. [I must state here that the book is excellent, although I find the title demeaning.] The anatomy topics text is Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology by Elaine Marieb Teacher handouts and class notes provide the basis for most of the anatomy fundamentals. Week 1 Read Chapters 1-3. Anatomy topic is skin and surface features; quiz on Dec. 9 th Week 2 Read Chapters 4-6. Anatomy topic is the skeletal bones; quiz on Dec. 16 th Week 3 Read Chapters 7-9. Anatomy topic is the muscles; quiz on Jan 13 th Week 4 Read Chapters 10-12. Anatomy topic is the heart; quiz on Jan. 21 st Week 5 Read Chapters 13-15. Catch up Week and CPR practice and test on Jan 22 nd Week 5 Read Chapters 16-18.
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Extractions: Timelines: High School Juniors: Take the SAT or ACT for the broadest scholarship consideration and admissions to many schools. File a "practice" FAFSA, after January 1, to get an idea what your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) will be. This is the amount your family will be expected to be able to give you to help you meet each year's expenses. Doing this a year early will give you an additional year to plan, will position you to ask really smart questions, and will help you develop competitive financial strategies. To file your FAFSA, go to www.fafsa.ed.gov
NASP: Emotional First Aid Sheridan (WY) School District No. 2. overview. A crisis happens when one's coping mechanisms are overwhelmed by a to give you the basics of Emotional first aid. Don't be surprised http://www.nasponline.org/NEAT/firstaid.html
Extractions: This handout from the National Association of School Psychologists may be used by other organizations without receiving specific permission as long as it is reprinted or posted to websites verbatim, credits NASP, and includes links to the NASP website. More in-depth information is available now and additional information on related topics will be posted over the next few days. Emotional First Aid A School's Guide to Crisis Intervention by Servio Carroll, Ed.S., NCSP, Crisis Intervention Team Sheridan (WY) School District No. 2 A crisis happens when one's coping mechanisms are overwhelmed by a situation. This inability to cope is a potentially dangerous situation because, as our stress levels rise, our excitability and impulsivity increase and our coping mechanisms and behavior options sharply decrease. Crises usually happen following large changes or losses in a person's life. Potential crisis situations are separation from meaningful relationships (like in death or divorce), flunking out of school, moving to a strange town, birth of a new child in the family, loss of security, loss of freedom, etc. Crises are normal occurrences in everyday lives and most people experience and successfully cope with these situations. The experience strengthens one's ability to handle future similar situations.
IMC Order Product Form CONFINED SPACE ENTRY TRAINING PROGRAM. overview Preparation for Entry;Controlling Hazards Working Safely. first aid basics TRAINING PROGRAM. http://www.safetysite.com/order.htm
NASP Center - Emotional First Aid Crisis Intervention Team. overview. A crisis happens when one's coping mechanisms are overwhelmed by a give school personnel the basics of Emotional first aid. Don't be surprised http://www.naspcenter.org/teachers/gc_firstaid.html
Extractions: Crisis Intervention Team The ability to help people in distress is not the exclusive property of mental health professionals. We have been successfully dealing with crises (both our own and our acquaintances') for many years, and have developed useful ways of dealing with these situations. Since in most cases we will encounter the distressed individual long before professional help is available, this Guide was created to give school personnel the basics of Emotional First Aid. Don't be surprised if you find that some of the suggestions sound like "common sense." Make contact. It is important to make physical or emotional contact with the person in crisis. Depending on your relationship with the person, you might touch, shake or hold their hand, make eye contact, offer or accept a soda, cup of coffee, etc. Suspend judgment.
Extractions: LogOff Students will be able to have the knowledge, and understanding of basic first aid care and be able to handle an emergency at work, at home, or on the road. You could save a life, by knowing what to do an a split second emergency! Anyone can save a life! Online Syllabus Enroll Now This is a non-credit course , and is provided by Beverly Hutton for informational purposes only. This course cannot be substituted for any state, government, licensing, or educational requirements. Instructor Name: Beverly Hutton Instructor Phone: none Instructor Address: none Office Hours: open Course Meeting Times: self paced course Course Description The purpose of this course is to give students basic knowledge on how to respond to emergency situations. The student will acquire knowledge and skills to help sustain life, reduce pain, and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness for the injured person or until medical help arrives.
Youth And Specialty Classes all team members of our first aid Stations. An overview of policies and procedures for Red Wilderness first aid basics. Wilderness first aid basics Developed in and specifically http://www.pisgahforest.com/redcross/youth and specialty.htm
Extractions: Preregistration Required - See Class Registration Babysitters Training For 11-14 year olds wanting a guide to babysitting. Teaches decision making and leadership skills, as well as basic care of infants and basic lifesaving skills. Class Date Time Place Cost BT Mar. 14 ARC Office, College Plaza Basic Aid Training A course for the 4-5 grader in basic first aid skills. Covers what to do for someone who is unconscious, not breathing, choking, or bleeding. Class Date Time Place Cost BAT TBA ARC Office, College Plaza Pet First Aid What do you do when mans best friend has a life-threatening emergency? You cant call the pet ambulance (at least not in Brevard). Pet First Aid covers handling and transport of your furry friend, and what to do for breathing and heart problems even mouth to "snout" and CPR. Please do not bring your pet to class! Optional Pet First Aid Kit $15. PLEASE DO NOT BRING YOUR PET TO CLASS. Class Date Time Place Cost PFA Mar. 22
Courses By Topic - Red Cross Of The St. Paul Area An overview. EMS. first Responder Training; first Responder Refresher; EMT basics;Emergency Response Instructor; Emergency Medical Services Volunteer Team. first aid. http://www.stpaulredcross.org/courses/course_topic.html
Extractions: Listed by Alphabet Listed by Topic Registration Workplace Program Aquatic Providers HIV/AIDS Resources ... Transportation Info Youth Services Home Courses Aquatics Please refer to the list of aquatics training providers locations Boating Safety Child Care CPR Disaster EMS First Aid HIV/AIDS African American HIV Education and Prevention Instructor HIV/AIDS Starter Facts HIV/AIDS Caregiver Workshops HIV Prevention and Education Instructor ...
Courses By Alphabet - Red Cross Of The St. Paul Area Weapons of Mass Destruction An overview; Water Safety Instructor; Water Safety InstructorReentry; Water Safety Instructor Review; Wilderness first aid basics. X. http://www.stpaulredcross.org/courses/course_alpha.html
Extractions: BANDAGING BASIC FIRST AID BE SAFE AT WORK: SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR WORKERS IN LONG-TERM CARE BLOODBORNE DISEASES: UNDERSTANDING THE RISKS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (AGENTES PATOGENOS PRESENTE EN LA SANGRE) BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: PROTECT YOURSELF BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS, PART 1 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS, PART 2 BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (Part 1): WHAT ARE THEY? BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (Part 2): PROTECT YOURSELF BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS (Part 3): POST EXPOSURE FOLLOW UP BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: SCHOOL VERSION BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: A SHARPER IMAGE BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: TAKE PRECAUTIONS BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS: THE HUMAN FACTOR BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR BUS DRIVERS: THE ROUTE TO SAFETY BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS FOR HEAVY INDUSTRY BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS IN HEALTH-CARE FACILITIES BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS IN THE HEALTH-CARE INDUSTRY COMBATIVE RESIDENTS: MIRROR THEIR REALITY CHEMICAL BURNS COLD STRESS CPR AND THE HEIMLICH MANEUVER DROP - DRAG AND CARRY ELEMENTS OF BACK CARE EMERGENCY ACTION PRINCIPLES EMERGENCY RESCUE AND TRANSFER EPILEPSY: FIRST AID FOR SEIZURES FACT VS. FEAR: AIDS IN THE WORKPLACE
Extractions: Special Events Tri-State Two Meter NET (SSB) Thursdays 8PM 144.210 Two Meter Simplex Net (FM) Saturdays 9:30PM 146.540 Dear VEs: (12/7/2003) Another two months, another VE session. Can you make it to the Radio Museum next Saturday, December 13 at 9 a.m? Thanks. Garry W8OI For our Emergency Communications notes. (10/22/2003) Red Cross News: Hi All Just a reminder we are going to be at the boy scouts camp arrowhead this Saturday. They want us there ready to go by 9am. This is a fun event and you are really missing out if you miss this one. Please email or call me if you plan to attend 697-0805. If you cannot make it that early or cannot stay all day then come for whatever time you have. 73 de N8OP Bill Dear VE team: This coming Saturday, October 11, is our next VE sesssion at 9 a.m. in the radio museum. Would you let me know whether you can serve, please? Thanks. Garry Dear TARA hams: (Wed 10/1/03 8:47 AM) We have been asked to provide communications again this year at a walk to raise funds for the fight against diabetes. That Diabetes Walk is this coming Saturday morning. We gather at the main picnic pavillion in Ritter Park at 9 a.m. to get our supplies and instructions. We should be out of there by noon with bellies full of pizza. They usually hand us each a commemorative t-shirt as well. If you can make it, please let me know so I can count noses. Thanks. Garry W8OI Thanks a million. Garry, W8OI
HSC - Welcome & Overview There are six basics you should stock in your home water, food, first aid supplies,clothing http://hsccwww.kuniv.edu.kw/RESOURCES/First_Aid/disaster.asp
Extractions: Why a Family Disaster Supplies Kit? After a disaster, local officials and relief workers will be on the scene, but they cannot reach everyone immediately. You could get help in hours, or it may take days. Would your family be prepared to cope with the emergency until help arrives? Your family will cope best by preparing for disaster before it strikes. One way to prepare is by assembling a Disaster Supplies Kit. Once disaster hits, you won't have time to shop or search for supplies. But if you've gathered supplies in advance, your family can endure an evacuation or home confinement. Obviously, the types of disaster emergencies and conditions you and/or your family might encounter vary depending on your geographic location. Please consult your personal physician for further recommendations. How do I prepare my kit?
Health/Safety/Security Crisis Work. first aid. Requirements for first aid Kits. first aid in the Workplace. FederalHazard Communication Standard. OSHA basics An overview. http://www.shrm.org/hrresources/whitepapers_published/HSS TOC.asp
Extractions: Form Directories Express Request ... Workplace Diversity SEARCH SHRM ONLINE Advanced Search SHRM Home HR Resources Health/Safety/Security Click Here For Legal Reports on Health/Safety/Security Crisis Management First Aid OSHA-Occupational Safety and Health Act Other Safety Security Wellness Employee Assistance Programs: What Does HR Need to Know?
Extractions: Details: Broad Scope and Function of job: Give Red Cross First Aid presentations (1 hour) to a diverse audience, including at-risk and low income populations, at community sites in Ramsey, Dakota, Chisago or western Washington counties. Topics include personal safety, basic first aid and emergency action steps. Duties include, by are not limited to, the following: Training: General Red Cross Orientation (1.5 hours-offered monthly).
Oregon Trail Chapter Prepare Oregon Overview 15 basics. 1. Water One gallon of water per person, per day for three days 2. FlashlightWith extra batteries and/or glow sticks 3. Bandages And a first aid kit http://www.redcross-oregontrail.org/Prepare Oregon/prepare_oregon_checklist_over
Extractions: Disaster Education Classes Disaster Education Resources ... Oregon Trail Chapter Home Page What you have on hand when a disaster strikes can make a big difference for your comfort and safety in the hours and days following the disaster. Basic services, such as electricity, gas, water and telephones, may be cut off, or you may have to evacuate at a moment's notice. If you are confined at home, it may take some time for professional emergency responders to get to you, so plan on storing enough supplies for everyone in the family for at least 3 days. Your family will cope best by preparing for disaster before it strikes. 1. Water
Leaders' Resources Back to basics An overview of Ranger basics training Who is Your Hero WhileJohn was administering first aid, he looked at me and stated, Dad, we re http://royalrangers.ag.org/leaders/resources.cfm
Extractions: Silver Dollar City in Branson MO is offering a specially-priced Royal Rangers two-day admission in 2004! This special Royal Rangers admission gives you TWO days for less than the price oa regular one-day admission! Silver Dollar City is an 1800s themed attraction that features authentic era crafts demonstrations and fun rides that would be great for a Royal Rangers field trip. Special Royal Rangers admissions are being offered at other SDC properties in Branson, such as White Water water park, Celebration City amusement park and the Dixie Stampede dining and live show attraction. Download a flyer with all the details The success of a program reflects the quality of leadership. To enhance their leadership style and skills, Royal Rangers leaders have many resources available to them, including books on camping procedures and skills, leadership training, child abuse prevention, promotional brochures, software for promotional and training tools, and much more. These resources will assist leaders in ministering to boys during weekly meetings and helping them to accomplish individual achievements.
Online Video Catalog -- 2643 Video ID V0597. Orientation, review and overview focus for first aid response workers. Copyright1995. first aid basics Unit 1 Responding To An Emergency. http://www.lni.wa.gov/Safety/TrainTools/Videos/Library/catalog.asp?SearchType=Su
HAHS Red Cross processing and a personal basic first aid kit Emphasis on basics of soundnutrition, requirements of topics including a historical overview, trends in http://www.uncw.edu/hahs/hea_minor.htm
Extractions: Health HAHS Majors Clubs PED 101 Information ... Community Health Minor Requirements for a Minor in Community Health: 24 hours. HEA 105, HEA 207, HEA 234, HEA 245, HEA 301, HEA 452, and six additional HEA hours: 3 hrs at the 200 level, and 3 hrs at the 300 level or above. In selecting courses to fulfill the six elective credits, students are strongly encouraged to consult with the faculty in health education. An overall 2.00 grade point average is required in courses counted toward the minor. HEA 105 Individual Well-Being (3) Topical areas and issues in health explored within the physical, emotional, social, environmental, intellectual and spiritual dimensions of personal wellness. HEA 201 First Aid, Safety, and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (2) A course for certification by the American Red Cross in first aid, safety and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Requires fees for American Red Cross processing and a personal basic first aid kit. One lecture and one lab hour each week.