Standard Childcare CPR B

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Preparing to Respond SCC

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The First Aider’s Role The role of a trained first aider is to: Recognize emergencies. Call emergency services (EMS or 911). Act according to your skills, knowledge and comfort level.…

Emergency Medical Services – SCC

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When to Call EMS/911 If you believe an emergency exists, you should call immediately. It is better for professionals to determine whether they are needed than to not come when…

Occupational Health and Safety SCC

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Please note that every province and territory has slightly different regulations on workplace first aid. Scroll down to your province for more information and links. ALBERTA OFA *This information provided…

Emergency Scene Management – SCC

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Scene Survey The first step in ESM is the Scene Survey. Following the steps below will help you make prompt, accurate decisions and give the best care possible to the…

Environmental Emergencies SCC

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Cold-Related Emergencies Frostbite (frost nip) Frost nip is a superficial skin injury due to skin freezing. Frostbite is characterized by the freezing of the skin at a deeper level underneath…

CPR & Automated External Defibrillation SCC

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Figure 14: When checking for breathing rescuers should open the airway using the head-tilt chin-lift maneuver pictured above. How to Perform CPR Wear / use appropriate personal protective equipment If…

Systems of the Body SCC

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Respiratory System The respiratory system is a sequence of organs which allow you to breathe. It consists of three main parts which are the airway, lungs and diaphragm. The room…

Burns SCC

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Burns occur when radiation, chemicals, electricity or heat cause an injury to the skin. Burns are a leading cause of injury in the home. Many burns can be prevented. Prevention:…

Medical Conditions SCC

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Diabetic Emergency Diabetes is a condition in where there is not enough insulin in the blood or there is enough insulin, yet the cells cannot use the insulin properly. Because…

Poisons, Bites, and Stings SCC

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Types of Poisons There are four types of poisons. They are segmented based on how they enter the body: Swallowed poisons – through the mouth Injected poisons – through a…

Eye, Ear, and Nose Injuries SCC

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Assessing the Eye In a normal and uninjured eye, the entire circle of the iris should be visible. The pupils should be round, equal in size and react equally when…

Chest Injuries SCC

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Pneumothorax A pneumothorax results when air gets into the chest cavity. This can cause one or both lungs to collapse which is a life-threatening emergency. If air is getting into…

Airway Emergencies SCC

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Mild Choking Mild choking occurs when the airway is only partially obstructed. Coughing may be a symptom of a mild airway obstruction and is a natural way of clearing the…

Cardiovascular Emergencies SCC

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Anatomy and Physiology The heart is a 4 chambered muscular organ located in the chest, midline, and slightly to the left. This organ brings de-oxygenated blood, from the veins, and…

Wounds and Bleeding SCC

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There are two types of wounds Open wound – when there is a break in the outer layer of the skin resulting in bleeding. This may permit germs to enter…

Head, Neck, and Spinal Injuries SCC

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Prevention: Maintain a safe environment. Make sure equipment is all up to date Stay alert and aware of your surroundings. Keep stairways clutter free and well lit Put child gates…

Bone and Joint Injuries SCC

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Injuries can vary from minor to severe. Bone, joint, and muscle injuries are common in first aid. Few are life threatening but many can be painful and debilitating and may…

Online Knowledge Evaluation – SCC

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Great Work! This final knowledge evaluation will measure your recall in this online program. A passing Grade of 75% or higher is required to proceed to the in-house training component.

Scheduling Your Exam SCC

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Congratulations on completing the on-line component of the Standard Childcare CPR B certification program. It is now time to schedule your exam at our training centre. Scroll to the bottom…

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