More and more employers now need to provide for their staff working in challenging, remote or hostile environments around the world. Whether travelling into harsh environments or being remote from medical care, the need to prepare employees to provide simple medical care in challenging environments is increasing. Lazarus Training has now opened up its International Trauma Course to the wider market to meet this need.
Originally developed for government staff travelling into high risk environments often remote from medical facilities, this course was written by military medical personnel with experience in providing trauma and general medical care in hostile environments. The course has been recently audited and found to exceed the medical elements of the UK Government SAFE training courses.
Updated and adapted this course is now available to all.
The International Trauma Course is designed to provide a high level of confidence in the application of potentially life saving skills, in challenging or hostile environments. It is available in a two or three day version dependant on exact course content.
International Trauma course including the full HSE Emergency First Aid at Work syllabus this course is ideal for UK based organisations sending personnel overseas in to challenging environments.
The course covers:
Full HSE Emergency First Aid at Work syllabus [including]:
- Scene safety/assessment
- Importance of basic hygiene in first aid
- Treatment of someone who is unconscious
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Treatment of wounds, [bleeding/breaks/burns]
- First aid to someone choking
- Management of ballistic injuries
- Medical conditions such as diabetes
- Casualty handling
- Climatic conditions
- Road Traffic Collisions
- Management of chest, head or spinal injury
- Management of a casualty with Eye injuries
Highly practical, using scenarios & simulations this course focuses on giving confidence in real skills. We often focus on working in resource poor environments, using basic and improvised materials, the video below shows the type of equipment that we commonly use.
Training scenarios include exposure to realistic casualty simulation, often in low light or noisy conditions- all aimed at replicating the real circumstances in which the skills may be used. You can see some of this in action on our socials; Facebook and YouTube.
For more details and to discuss your training requirements call us on 0800 242 5210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org