The UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced (URIECA) course is designed specifically for those working in the most remote environments where a patient with life threatening injuries may be a long way from an ambulance response. This may be among offshore wind farms or other, similarly removed locations. The aim of the course is to reduce preventable pre-hospital deaths by training you to identify and treat life-threatening emergencies sustained in these remote areas and prepare casualties for rapid evacuation to hospital.
As the European offshore renewables sector continues to experience growth and the distance from the shore to wind farm turbines increases, medical response times for attending the scene of a casualty are lengthening. As a result, leading operators are having to place greater emphasis on advanced first aid capabilities and the provision of lifesaving skills.
It has been recognised that health and safety legislation and basic first aid training clearly don’t satisfy the requirements for workers, contractors and technicians operating in remote and offshore locations.
Facing unique risks with specialist skills
Your employees, contractors and technicians working in the offshore and remote locations face unique risks, so equip them with the skills to successfully overcome those challenges with confidence.
Should an incident or accident occur where a casualty needs to be stabilised, receive first aid and pain relief, our advanced first aid training course delivers best practice training, helping to upskill your first aider to an advanced first aider and increase their competence levels.
Raising the standards of advanced first aid with the URIECA UK Remote Immediate Emergency Care Advanced Training Course
Trauma Resus, alongside HFR Solutions CIC are one of the few training providers with the expertise to deliver a 3 Day Advanced First Aid & Trauma Training Course, clinically governed by leading healthcare professionals. This allows our highly-experienced instructors to train your delegates to administer on-site pain relief and support the provision of medical equipment.
The course has been developed in conjunction with pre-hospital care experts, remote rescue specialists and those working in the renewable energy sector to ensure that it is carefully tailored for those working in the most demanding environments. What’s more, the course instructors hold vast experience in both pre and in-hospital care so you can rest assured that delegates are in the safest hands.
Key deliverables for delegates attending our course include:
- Ability to administer advanced first aid at offshore renewable and remote locations
- Authority to prescribe medicine and pain relief with governance in place from leading healthcare professionals
- Increased confidence in response - to provide care if circumstances require
- Competence to deal with medical and trauma incidents
- Familiarisation and usage of bespoke equipment
The syllabus includes:
- Kinematics – How to perform a ‘SCENE’ approach and predict injury based on the evidence of forces and motion as derived from the accident scene
- Catastrophic bleeding – Learn to identify both internal and external haemorrhaging and apply suitable treatment such as tourniquets and haemostatic agents.
- Airways – Develop skills in identifying and managing airway problems, including use of OP/NP and I-GEL™ airways.
- Breathing – Study serious chest injuries and their management, including the use of chest seals.
- Circulation – Examine how the circulatory system works and how to identify and treat shock.
- Disability – Identify and treat head injuries and prevent secondary brain injury.
- Extremity Trauma – Identify and treat fractures and soft tissue injury using a wide range of splints and slings.
- Burns – Understand the different types, severity, and treatment of burns
- Suspension and Crush injuries – Recognition of the severity of suspension trauma, crush injuries and management of these conditions.
- Packaging and evacuation – Learn the different ways of packaging casualties for rapid evacuation and choose appropriate extrication and transport equipment for time-critical patients including long-boards, vacuum mattresses, scoop-stretchers and speed-boards.
- Special Circumstances – Discuss adaptations for treatment for victims of drowning or poisoning.
- Triage – Understand major incident issues, prioritising and management of multiple casualties.
- CPR and AEDs – Learn the Resus Council 2015 CPR guidelines and the safest and most effective way to use AEDs.
- Medical Gasses – Understand the physiology of respiration and the indications and contradictions for oxygen and entonox therapy.
Who is this course aimed at?
This course is perfect for anyone working in remote environments - onshore or offshore
What is the Price of the Course?
What is the duration of the course ?
At your premises or a training centre throughout the UK
This course is delivered via a blended learning method of lectures and practical teaching, with a large focus on scenario practice and simulation
- 2 Years (Subject to maintenance of skills through each 12 month period)
- What should I do when it expires?
Practitioners attending only the course must requalify within two years by attending a 2-day requalification course
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