Medical Emergency Response in Industrial Environments Online Course
Medical Emergency Response in Industrial Environments provides medical emergency response team (MERT) personnel with detailed information on how to respond to medical emergencies in the workplace. The course is designed by Compliance Solutions to provide the learner with key information on the initial medical response skills necessary to evaluate and stabilize the patient prior to arrival of local EMS. Most often, this will only cover the first 15 minutes of the medical emergency, with EMS then arriving to take over patient management and transport. However, the first 15 minutes can be critical.
Trained Medical Emergency Response Personnel
In this course, you will be able to:
- Control an accident scene while preventing further injury to rescuer or patient
- Conduct initial and secondary assessment of patients
- Give proper care for common injuries and illnesses
Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist
Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.
Duration: 1-2 Hours
Prerequisites: This course is limited to trained medical emergency response personnel and is intended to supplement existing knowledge on proper response to emergency incidents. People taking this course should have current certification in First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
The course is divided into 10 units:
- Unit 1: Scene Management
- Unit 2: The ABCs
- Unit 3: Management of Shock
- Unit 4: Secondary Survey
- Unit 5: Industrial Illnesses: Heat & Cold
- Unit 6: Industrial Injuries: Burns
- Unit 7: Industrial Injuries: Chemical Exposure
- Unit 8: Cardiac Illnesses
- Unit 9: Other Industrial Illnesses
- Unit 10: Summary & Conclusion
Throughout this course you will be asked to participate in a variety of interactive exercises. Each exercise tests your knowledge on the course content. In addition, you will find links to additional information or resources that support the content presented.
- The Abc’s
- Industrial Injuries: Burns
- Industrial Injuries: Chemical Exposure
- Industrial Illnesses: Cardiopulmonary Diseases
- Industrial Illnesses: Heat & Cold
- Management Of Shock
- Other Industrial Illnesses
- Scene Management
- Secondary Survey