On-going Training Examples: CPR and First Aid Presented by: Tricia Rogers, Angie Lee, & JoAnne Thull Objectives for a successful On-Going Training program Provide a clear definition of the purpose of the meeting. Let team members know what is expected of them.
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Presented by: Tricia Rogers,
Angie Lee, & JoAnne Thull
After completion of this presentation, the employee will be able to:
Before caring for an injured or ill person, you must receive victim’s permission. To receive permission, you must explain who you are, how much training you have, and how you plan to help.
By following these guidelines, your risk of receiving or transmitting an infections disease will decrease.
Each year in the United States, thousands of people will die, millions will be injured, and over 100 billion dollars will be spent, all needlessly. The cause…many injuries that could have been prevented.
If you suspect a serious bone, muscle, or joint injury, you must keep the injured part from moving.
Splinting immobilizes an injured muscle, bone, or joint.
If the victim: