Occupational First Aid

Australia, 1988

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Episode of Series “Life Support”.
Occupational First Aid is the emergency treatment for accidents or illnesses which occur in the workplace. This program looks at the skills required to be a First Aider and at the content and location of First Aid kits in the workplace. First Aiders must be multi-skilled persons able to provide emergency treatment, make decisions regarding treatment or refer, dress and re-dress minor injuries, maintain and stock First Aid kits, actively participate in Safety programs and be familiar with the workplace.

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