First Aid - Basics

Incidents requiring first aid can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. First aid given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course presents ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive. Ideal learners are all employees.
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