Learn essential safety measures and how to rescue, revive and provide further care to a casualty following an electrical accident.
A practical action plan to follow in an emergency: ‘DRSABCD’
Resuscitation (CPR) on an adult and baby including an overview of defibrillation
Information on electrical risk management including personal protection equipment, safety observers, the safe approach distance and step potential
Rescue procedures and steps to follow in the event of electrocution; isolation of the source, how to safely remove someone from an electrical apparatus, including the use of non-conductible materials and the one man drag technique
How to provide further care for a patient who is unconscious and/or not breathing normally, in shock, or has electrical burns and/or other injuries as a result of a fall
Management of other hazards such as toxic gases and fires as a result of an electrical fault
Proper documentation and reporting of an incident Assessment:
Participants must satisfactorily complete multiple written and practical assessments.
Note: CPR assessment must be completed on the floor.
Successful participants will be awarded a Statement of Attainment for the following units of competency:
UETTDRRF06B Perform rescue from a live LV panel
- HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Current industry standards state that this course should be updated every three years with the CPR component updated annually.
Onsite (max 18ppl)
Public course (NSW)