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Marine Basic First Aid

16 Hours

 

This course in emergency care provides general knowledge of first aid in the marine environment. Candidates are taught how to intervene in life-threatening emergencies including; unconsciousness, choking, rescue breathing, CPR, and deadly bleeding.

 

Recommended for

Mariners pursuing a certificate or endorsement as a Master or Chief Mate, designated first aid attendant on a near costal voyage, class 2 or sheltered waters voyage

 

Content

Anatomy and Physiology, Rescue Scene Assessment, Primary Survey, Conscious/Unconscious Choking, Artificial Respiration, Cardiovascular Emergencies, AED, Deadly Bleeding, Shock, Burns and Scalds, Minor Wound Care, Medical/Behavioral Emergencies, Rescue and Transport of Casualty, First Aid Kits, Enclosed Spaces, Infectious Diseases

 

Prerequisites

Minimum age: 16 years old

 

Cost

$185 plus tax

 

Schedule

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time

8:30am to 5:00pm

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