The introduction of PAcT Kits gives organisations the opportunity to re-evaluate the training and medical equipment provision within their venues, and offer staff a basic awareness of what the PAcT kits do, and how best to deploy them.
As the experts in advanced first aid, Trauma Resus offers several optional training solutions to supplement your PAcT kit provision, with different options offered according to the budget and risk profile of your organisation. Training is aimed at ensuring you have competent on-site responders who are able to assist the public in the event of an emergency, and to supplement the work of the emergency services.
Option 1 : PAcT E-Learning
This E-Learning course explains the content of the PAcT kits, and how to use the equipment provided. It is designed for staff within your premises to build awareness of the content and locations of this lifesaving equipment.
Individual : £15 + VAT
Option 2 : Mass Casualty Event Responder (MACER)
MACER is designed to prepare Zero Responders to bridge “the care gap” and become a vital component part of Emergency Response Planning & Resilience for areas of high occupancy in the UK, and is delivered by subject-area specialists.
It focuses on providing participants with the knowledge, understanding and skills in the application of the Ten Second Triage (TST) Tool, PAcT response, and the use of equipment contained in the kits, with the emphasis on providing immediate lifesaving interventions including major haemorrhage control and airway management.
It also conforms to the Health and Safety Executive requirements for Emergency First Aid at Work (EFAW), with attendees being dual certificated in MACER and EFAW.
Length of course: 1 Day
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Option 3 : Immediate Emergency Care (IEC)
A family of intensive advanced first aid courses, which go above and beyond the typical First Aid at Work (FAW) standards.
Delivered by instructors who work at the cutting edge of pre and in-hospital care, their aim is to reduce preventable pre-hospital deaths by training learners to identify and treat life-threatening emergencies and prepare casualties for rapid evacuation to hospital.
An optional ‘train the trainer’ bolt-on allows instructors to deliver IEC and EFAW training within their organisation under a Trauma Resus licence, and with continuing support from ourselves.
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