First Respondent in fire and medical emergency.

First Respondent in fire and medical emergency.

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Training: First Respondent in Fire and Emergency Medical

                         (two weeks in Canada)

First Responder to Fire: Too many people do not know what to do in a fire. In order to cope with different emergencies, minimize fatal accidents. Injury or material loss, we offer training in fire prevention adapted to your realities and needs:

• Raise awareness about fire prevention.

• How to react to a fire outbreak

• Present the equipment around you

• Handle a portable fire extinguisher properly.

• Recognize the different classes of fire

Companies and industries often have an increased fire risk. Due to the nature of their activities when handling or storing dangerous products and whether or not there are any unsafe work procedures. Fire prevention is therefore very important.

What are your employees, both the bureaucrats and the maneuvers, who are prepared to deal with a fire?

A quick and adequate response can make the difference between a localized fire, quickly mastered and the complete destruction of facilities and loss of life.

A preventive attitude can save lives and ensure the prosecution of a company's operations. By having employees well trained on the risks present and the actions to be taken: handling fire extinguisher, you reduce the risk that a major incident occurs with the consequences.

First Aid CPR and Defibrillator: This course consists of officially recognized first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and use of the Automated External Defibrillator (AED). This course gives participants the means to acquire general first aid skills. After obtaining their certificate, they will be able to intervene on the major medical problems, on the traumas, and they will be able to practice resuscitation techniques in case of emergency and on all the age groups.


• The purpose and role of first aid

• Taking charge of an emergency situation

• shock, unconsciousness and fainting

• Clearing the airways - adult, child and baby subjects

• Cardio-vascular emergencies and cardiopulmonary resuscitation - adult, child and baby subjects

• Severe bleeding

• Medical conditions (diabetes, convulsions, asthma and allergies)

• Automated External Defibrillation (AED)

• The secondary examination

• Bone and joint injuries

• Injuries to the head, spine and pelvis

• Injuries to the chest

• Wound care

• The wounds of the eye

• Burns

• poisoning, bites and stings

• Physical disorders due to heat and cold