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First Aid Tips: What to Do in an Emergency

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Responding to an emergency can be an overwhelming responsibility for anyone, especially if they have never been certified in First Aid or CPR. In this webinar, John Roche will provide insights into the principles behind handling a first aid scenario, cover how to prepare for emergencies, and discuss some of the common injures that you might encounter at home, school, or work. You never know when an emergency may strike, but being prepared can make all the difference.

Although not required, you may also want to view the companion webinar in this series, "First Aid in the Classroom" to learn about specific ways in which educators can control their classrooms during an emergency and strategies for handling the effects of trauma.

NOTE: This training is non-certified.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, July 18, 2017 @ 10:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Personal Enrichment, School Safety
Tags: emergencies, emergency, first aid, injuries, safety

Reviews (41)

Great presentation. Very useful information and tips.
Full Member
Great information! Thanks!
Full Member
I took away many practical things I can do right now to help in an emergency! Great info!
Full Member
Great presentation!
Full Member
The presenter did a great description of each type of first aid injury and how to react to the injury.
Reminders on first aid is always needed. Thank you
I think it was very good for teachers who are not updated on first aid. It was very easy to follow and understand.
Excellent webinar. All staff should be required to have first aid and CPR training.
Full Member
very good info
Basic Member
Thank you for the information. In thinking about the most common injuries it is apparent that we need to provide all staff (especially new staff) with additional information and training so they are well prepared in the case of an emergency.
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