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Gwo enhanced first aid refresher

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Ny
Undervisningsregion
Danmark
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Upon completion of the GWO EFA delegates will be able to administer safe, effective and immediate lifesaving and enhanced first aid measures to save life and give assistance in remote areas using advanced emergency equipment and medical teleconsultation.

If you wish to book more than a single seat on a course in Germany, please contact Maersk Training in Esbjerg at Esbjerg@maersktraining.com Course Fee in Esbjerg
  • GWO WINDA registration fee not included in price.
  • Full day courses include breakfast and lunch.
  • Half day courses include either breakfast or lunch.
  • All courses include water, tea, coffee and basic refreshments during the course duration.
Course Fee in UK
  • GWO WINDA registration fee included in price.
  • Full day courses includes lunch.
  • Half day courses do not include lunch.
  • All courses include water, tea, coffee and basic refreshments during the course duration.



Course Content The aim of the module is to enable the delegates to support and care for others working in the Wind industry by possessing the knowledge, skills and attitude of Enhanced First Aid. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
  • GWO First Aid or GWO Enhanced First Aid
  • Maximum weight: 120 kg


Course Objectives • Local and national legislation/risks/hazards • Human anatomy and vital signs • Chain of survival • The importance of carrying out basic and enhanced first aid in a safe and sound manner • Management of an emergency situation in an wind turbine generator environment • Stopping catastrophic bleeding • Establishing and maintaining an airway • Supplementary ventilation • Automated External Defibrillator (AED) • Using basic and advanced first aid equipment in a first aid scenario • Resuscitation • Primary and secondary survey • CABCDE principle • Immediate life threatening illnesses • Telemedical consultation and medical/rescue assistance • Preparing the casualty for transfer to nominated evacuation/rescue point, • Immobilisation where required or other non-medical mitigation e.g. cooling gels • Medical pain relief and the role of clinical governance • Escorting the casualty to the nominated evacuation/rescue point providing continued Enhanced First Aid • Acting as a leader in first aid situation

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