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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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662 22 Av

22 Av

Pretoria

0182

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.708581

28.223962

Frederikastr

Frederikasntrm

Frederikastr

Pretoria

0121

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.724096

28.211195

723 Sunbury Chase

Sunbury Chase

Vaal Triangle

0121

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.53893

28.05146

199 Gordon Rd

Gordon Rd

Pretoria

0121

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.733927

28.246892

437 Edmond St

Edmond St

Pretoria

0083

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.7414197

28.2009357

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FIRST AID INSTRUCTION

 

First aid instruction is a life saving skill which enables one to determine a person’s physical condition and administer the correct treatment. It is an essential human health skill for individuals, families and workers. Many accidents and emergencies occur unexpectedly at home, on the sports field and at work. The health sector and private institutions offer professional and accredited first aid training.

The sick and injured can seek aid from local paramedics and medical doctors who are a call away. However, trained family members or individuals are in a position to assist victims while professional help is on the way. Incidents resulting in injuries or ill health in the workplace may require immediate first aid procedures. Attending to victims responsibly requires a full understanding of first aid. Bleeding, heat strokes, shocks, respiration problems and other minor ailments need immediate attention.

First aiders need to familiarise themselves with contents of a first aid kit consisting of gloves, disinfectants, goggles, masks, bandages, a pair of scissors, cotton wool, safety pins, antiseptics and splints. The suppliers of these kits are recognised public and private institutes affiliated with the health sector. The equipment used is approved by local and international health standards councils.
  
First aid instruction is accredited by the health service sector. First aiders need to practice confidentiality to safeguard a patient’s health status records. For quality first aid instruction and training , families and companies can contact registered institutions for additional information. Most companies will provide inhouse training for a group of people.

The enlisted first aid instructors are found on our yellow pages website at www.yellowpages.co.za


 

FIRST AID INSTRUCTION

 

First aid instruction is a life saving skill which enables one to determine a person’s physical condition and administer the correct treatment. It is an essential human health skill for individuals, families and workers. Many accidents and emergencies occur unexpectedly at home, on the sports field and at work. The health sector and private institutions offer professional and accredited first aid training.

The sick and injured can seek aid from local paramedics and medical doctors who are a call away. However, trained family members or individuals are in a position to assist victims while professional help is on the way. Incidents resulting in injuries or ill health in the workplace may require immediate first aid procedures. Attending to victims responsibly requires a full understanding of first aid. Bleeding, heat strokes, shocks, respiration problems and other minor ailments need immediate attention.

First aiders need to familiarise themselves with contents of a first aid kit consisting of gloves, disinfectants, goggles, masks, bandages, a pair of scissors, cotton wool, safety pins, antiseptics and splints. The suppliers of these kits are recognised public and private institutes affiliated with the health sector. The equipment used is approved by local and international health standards councils.
  
First aid instruction is accredited by the health service sector. First aiders need to practice confidentiality to safeguard a patient’s health status records. For quality first aid instruction and training , families and companies can contact registered institutions for additional information. Most companies will provide inhouse training for a group of people.

The enlisted first aid instructors are found on our yellow pages website at www.yellowpages.co.za


 
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