HLTAID013 Provide First Aid in a Remote or Isolated Site

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Course Name

Provide First Aid in a remote or isolated site

Course Code Included

HLTAID013

Course Cost

$180 (may vary)

Course Certificate

Issued same day (conditions apply)

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Previously Known as
  • Remote First Aid
  • Remote First Aid Refresher
  • Wilderness First Aid
Available Discounts

Group Booking Discounts Available

HLTAID013 Provide First Aid in a remote or isolated site

In this course, you’ll acquire the skills and knowledge required to provide first aid response to a casualty in a remote or isolated site over an extended period until medical assistance is available or evacuation is possible.

This unit applies to any site where medical assistance is likely to be delayed.

Material Covered in this Course

  • Prepare equipment for first aid response in the remote or isolated site.
    • Evaluate the remote or isolated site information and identify potential injuries and illnesses requiring comprehensive management.
    • According to organisational emergency response and first aid procedures, select first aid equipment and resources to manage a range of potential incidents.
    • Select communication equipment to facilitate emergency response in the remote or isolated site.
    • Complete pre-departure safety and serviceability checks on equipment.
  • Assess the situation.
    • Recognise and assess an emergency.
    • Ensure safety for self, bystanders and casualties.
    • Assess casualty to determine the extent of first aid response.
    • Identify the need for medical assistance and relay initial and concise information.
    • Triage when multiple casualties are involved.
  • Apply appropriate first aid procedures.
    • Perform single-rescuer or two-rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) following the ARC guidelines.
    • Provide first aid in accordance with established first aid principles.
    • Display respectful behaviour towards the casualty.
    • Obtain consent from casualty where possible.
    • Use available resources and equipment to make the casualty as comfortable as possible.
    • Operate first aid equipment according to manufacturers’ instructions.
    • Monitor the casualty’s condition and respond per first aid principles.
    • Assess the need to evacuate the casualty, ability to transport to medical assistance or need for external aid.
    • Administer medication as required according to medical instructions.
  • Communicate details of the incident.
    • Accurately convey incident details to emergency services.
    • Report details of the incident in line with appropriate workplace or site procedures.
    • Complete applicable workplace or site documentation, including incident report form.
    • Maintain privacy and confidentiality of records and information in line with applicable statutory or organisational policies.
  • Coordinate evacuation and first aid activities until assistance arrives.
    • Determine the need, in consultation with external services, to evacuate the casualty.
    • Provide accurate information about the location of the incident, number of casualties, their condition and their position to enable deployment of appropriate resources.
    • Continue to provide treatment using available resources until help arrives.
    • Prepare the site for evacuation of the patient(s).
    • On approach, assist emergency services to locate the site of the incident.
    • Follow instructions and assist emergency services personnel during evacuation.
  • Review the incident.
    • Recognise the possible psychological impacts on self and other rescuers and seek help when required.
    • Contribute to a review of the first aid response required.

 

Prerequisites

  • Foundation Skills
    • The Foundation Skills are language, literacy, numeracy and employment skills. These are essential for success in this course. 

 

USI requirements

If you’re undertaking any vocational training (not just first aid), it’s now a government requirement that all students have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). This number is required to enrol in any of our courses. It is a number unique to you – the training equivalent of a tax file number. 

Unfortunately, while there’s a lot of things that First Aid Courses Tasmania provides you with when you enrol in our training, a USI isn’t one of those. Just like a tax file number, this is something you have to get for yourself.

Fortunately, the process is free and very straightforward – you need to head to the government USI website. You’ll be able to register a brand new USI for yourself or enter your existing one to look up your information.

Covid-19 Precautions

First Aid Courses Tasmania works hard to ensure the safety and welfare of all our course participants. We strive to follow best practice principles for Covid safety and ask participants to do the same. To attend our courses, you must be willing to sign in at the beginning of the course, follow current government guidelines for social distancing, and in some circumstances, use personal protective equipment (PPE) such as disposable gloves or face masks.

What does it cost?

The cost of participating in the Provide First Aid in a Remote or Isolated Site, complete with all training materials and certificates, is only $180. At some times, this price can vary even lower with our daily deals. And of course, if you find an equivalent course out there on the market for a lower price, we’ll beat it by 10%!