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Wilderness First Aid

Course schedule 

Wilderness First Aid: Emergency Care for Remote Locations, Third Edition
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), Wilderness Medical Society (WMS)

369 Pages
© 2008

3-Day and 5-Day course formats
Standard Course: $190 ea
Planned Group: $170 ea
BSA Course only: $140 ea

New BSA course Version for 13-15 year olds.


Wilderness First Aid: Emergency Care for Remote Locations, Third Edition provides information on how to handle common injuries and illnesses when medical care is an hour away or more.Designed for those who work or travel in remote locations, thiscomprehensive guide will teach you what to look for and what to do in the event of an emergency, and direct you to the most appropriate type of care.   Completely revised, the   Third Edition contains updated information on first aid training and complies with current 2010 cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and emergency cardiovascular care (ECC) guidelines.

The text includes:

  • Current information on injuries and illnesses presented in an easy-to-understand format.
  • Skill sheets providing step-by-step visual reviews of procedures discussed.
  • Flow charts reinforcing the decision-making process and appropriate procedures.
  • Decision tables provide a concise summary of what signs first aiders should look for and what treatment steps they should take.

  • Outstanding photography and illustrations.

The Breakdown:
To best protect your employees.
100% of your staff must know the plan.
70% Must be CPR Trained in adult and pediatric CPR.
50% Should be First Aid trained to the ECSI Standard level.

60% of your shop workers must be First Aid trained to provide the best service possible.

Do all your employees know how to use the tools in your office First Aid kit?
Is the kit complete?

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As a responsible manager or company
executive it is your duty to ensure your employees are prepared.

Are 90% of your staff prepared to come to the aid of their coworkers or one of their family members in a medical crisis?

Calling 911 is not enough! You must be prepared.