TRAUMA-SECOURS INC

4570 Rue Jean-Talon Est, suite 102,

Montréal, QC H1S 1K2

USA

(514) 254-3607 & Toll free: (877) 254-3607

(514) 254-3607
Toll free: (877) 254-3607

Knowledge makes action... Emergency techniques training

First aid at the workplace

First aid at the workplace

CNESST’s workplace first aid training lasts 16 hours. It can be completed in two consecutive full days or over two weeks, or in four evenings. We can give the training directly at your place of work, at the dates and times you wish for a minimum of 10 participants and a maximum of 16 per group. 

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General objectives

At the end of the training, the candidate will be able to adequately perform general first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation (CPR-APR), airway clearance (ARD) in adults (8 years and older) as well as epipen injection in known allergic patients. This training meets the standards required by the CNESST.

METHODOLOGY:

  • Oral presentations
  • Demonstrations
  • Practical workshops
  • Emergency scenarios

A CNESST first aid certificate attesting to your success will be sent to you.

Training plan:

  • Welcome
  • Legislation
  • Prevention (P.A.S.)
  • Primary examination & difference between medical vs traumatic
  • Victim Assessment (Secondary Assessment and SAMPLE)
  • Stabilization of the victim with spinal trauma
  • Unconsciousness/fainting
  • CPR
  • AED (Automated External Defibrillation)
  • DVR (conscious and unconscious)
  • State of shock
  • Heat stroke/hypothermia
  • Burns (thermal, chemical and electrical)
  • Frostbite
  • Eye Injuries
  • External and internal bleeding
  • Angina, Infarction, Stroke, ICT and Aneurysm
  • Nosebleed
  • Intoxication and poisoning (Food-drug-corrosive product)
  • Allergies (biological, food, drug, chemical, insect)
  • Anaphylactic care 1.5h (EpiPen injection)
  • Medical emergencies (diabetes, asthma, fever, epilepsy)
  • Minor fractures
  • Course evaluation 

First aid in a child care facility

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First aid training in a child care facility lasts 6 to 8 hours. It can be done in one full day or two evenings. We can give the training directly at your workplace at the dates and times you wish, for a minimum of 10 participants per group.

General objective 

At the end of the training, the candidate will be able to perform general first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), respiratory tract clearance (RRD) and Epipen injection (for known allergic victims) including baby and child (8 years and under).  This training meets the standards required by the Ministry of Children development and Families.

METHODOLOGY:

  • Oral presentations
  • Demonstrations
  • Practical workshops
  • Emergency scenarios

A certificate from the Heart and Stroke Foundation attesting attendance will be sent to you

Training plan:

  • Welcome
  • Legislation
  • Primary Examination
  • Victim Assessment
  • CPR and DVR (baby and child)
  • Anaphylactic Care 1.5 (Epipen injection in the known allergic victim)
  • Shock Status
  • Medical emergencies (diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, heat cutting, Hypothermia)
  • Burns
  • Eye Injuries
  • Hemorrhages and nosebleeds
  • Intoxication
  • Shock to the head
  • Minor fractures
  • Other topics as requested by participants
  • Course Evaluation

First aid training for camp

First aid training for day camp lasts 8 hours. It can be done in one full day or two evenings. We can give the training directly at your workplace at the dates and times you wish, for a minimum of 10 participants per group.

General objective

At the end of the training, the candidate will be able to adequately perform general first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and airway clearance (ARD) in children and adults (1 year and older).  This training meets the standards required by the Ministry of Children and Families.

METHODOLOGY:

  • Oral presentations
  • Demonstrations
  • Practical workshops
  • Emergency scenarios

A Trauma-Secours Inc. certificate attesting your presence will be sent to you

Training plan:

  • Welcome
  • Legislation
  • Primary Examination
  • Victim Assessment
  • CPR and DVR
  • Shock Status
  • Medical emergencies (diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, heat cutting, Hypothermia)
  • Burns
  • Eye Injuries
  • Hemorrhages and nosebleeds
  • Intoxication
  • Shock to the head
  • Minor fractures
  • Other topics as requested by participants
  • Course Evaluation