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Basic First Aid.
Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
 
Basic First Aid  
 
Training Goal
This course introduces basic life support skills, the identification and application of first aid equipment and materials and develops competence in administering first aid and preventing the casualties from becoming worse.
 
Course Outline
  • Recognize and perform the emergency actions steps
  • Describe how to summon help by telephone
  • Demonstrate how to check vital signs
  • Demonstrate care fore victims who are not breathing have obstructed airways or are in cardiac arrest
  • Recognize an injury or sudden illness
  • Describe how to care for sudden illnesses
  • List the signals of breathing and heart emergencies
  • Demonstrate how to use a pocket mask
  • Demonstrate how to control bleeding
  • List the general care steps for burns
  • Describe the care for heat emergencies
  • Demonstrate how to care for muscle, bone and joint injuries
  • Demonstrate how place a casualty in the recovery position
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Anyone who may be required to administer first aid to fellow worker
 
Collaborator
National Training Institute
 
Duration
4 days (28 hours)
 
Language
English / Arabic
 
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Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
 
Training Goal
Attendees will be able to identify and address industrial hygiene issues especially chemical, physical, biological hazards, conducts walk through surveys, noise measurement, air sampling, and selecting appropriate respiratory and other personal protective equipment.
 
Course Outline
  • Anatomy & physiology
  • Toxicology
  • Chemical hazards
  • Physical hazards, e.g. noise & radiation
  • Ergonomics
  • Biological hazards
  • Walk through surveys
  • Air sampling
  • Sound measurement
  • Ventilation
  • PPE
  • Respiratory protection
  • Safety & health programs
  • Regulatory standards & voluntary guidelines
Training Methods
  • Discussions
  • Lectures
  • Brainstorming
  • Practical Training
Who should attend
Safety and health professionals, managers, engineers, industrial hygienists, medical and health professionals, operation / maintenance / project engineers, supervisors or anyone who is associated with hazardous industrial activities.
 
Collaborator
National Safety Council,USA
 
Duration
5 days (40 hours)
 
Language
English
 
 
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