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PROVIDE FIRST AID WORKBOOK – LUELLA STANLEY

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PROVIDE FIRST AID WORKBOOK - Luella Stanley

The nominal hours for the Provide First Aid unit of competency are 18 hours. However, you are combining a one day instruction course with the completion of this self-paced workbook.

The self-paced workbook is to be used with the Active First Aid manual, from which you will find all of the answers. This course is designed for the participant who is required to hold a Statement of Attainment by completing the following unit of competence:

HLTAID003 Provide First Aid

This self-paced workbook is a learning tool.  The workbook allows you to go through the required theory in your own time and pace instead of a classroom setting.

The workbook is divided into the same sections as the ‘Active First Aid’ manual.  After reading the relevant sections, please ensure you:

·       Answer all questions

·         Write clearly and legibly

·         Circle the appropriate answer

o   ‘Yes’ or ‘No’

o   ‘True’ or ‘False’

 

During the one day instruction you will complete:

·        Completion and success of assessments for HLTAID003 Provide Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

·         HLTAID003 Knowledge Assessment

·         HLTAID003 Practical Demonstration

·         HLTAID003 Case Study

·         HLTAID003 Other Evidence Record (if relevant to student)

 

The workbook needs to be completed prior to your attendance at the 1-day instruction unless alternative arrangements have been made by your facilitator.

GENERAL PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE

PRINCIPLES OF FIRST AID

LEGAL ISSUES IN FIRST AID

THE HUMAN BODY

The heart, blood vessels and blood comprise the _____________ system
The ___________ system provides ___________ to the blood, and takes away the waste product called ________________

HYGIENE IN FIRST AID

EXAMINING A CASUALTY

THE CHAIN OF SURVIVAL

THE UNCONSCIOUS CASUALTY

AIRWAY MANAGEMENT

RESCUE BREATHING AND CHEST COMPRESSIONS

AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATION

EMERGENCY ABDOMINAL INJURIES

EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN

Write one word per line
Write one word per line.
MARK ALL OF THE ANSWERS
A child at an athletic carnival is having breathing difficulties. On examination, the child is pale with rapid shallow breathing and you hear a pronounced wheeze. Which of the following is the correct procedure to manage this child after calling the ambulance?
You are bushwalking with friends and one person is bitten by a snake on their lower leg. You see two puncture marks on his leg. State your management of this casualty.
(Please use the internet/google for answer)
A plumber is fixing the gutters of your house. You hear a loud ‘thump’ outside and discover that he has fallen two meters from a ladder. The casualty complains about pain in the right leg. On examination you find a deformity, pain, tenderness and a large amount of swelling to the middle of the lower leg. State your management of this casualty.
The correct amount of time to apply an ice pack to a soft tissue injury is ____________ minutes and reapply when the skin is _______________.

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