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Transportation Evacuation of Casualty Course

📋 About the Transportation Evacuation of Casualty Course

SERA’s Transportation Evacuation of Casualty Course  is an in-depth Instructor-led course that focuses on equipping you with the skills to transport and evacuate casualties on the scene and in mass casualties scenarios.

In this 1-day course, you will learn to how to use a stretcher, load casualty onto a stretcher, perform spinal management using the different spinal grips, how to use a spinal board, scoop stretcher and how to evacuate and triage casualties when there is a mass casualties scenarios

This course is highly recommended for CERT Team members or anyone who has a passion to help others in need.

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Transportation Evacuation of Casualty

Transportation Evacuation of Casualty

Kindly note that if you require a First Aid certification accredited by the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC), this is not the course you need to attend. The one that you need to attend is the Standard First Aid+AED course.

For example, if you are a Sports Coach under the National Registry of Coaches, or if you require first aid certification in order to conduct your trainings or programmes in schools, then the course that you are looking to attend is the Standard First Aid+AED course.

Group Discount is available just for you! Register the course with 3 or more friends to enjoy these exclusive discounts! Drop us an email – courses@sera.sg to find out more!

Course Objectives

At the end of the course the trainees will be able to:

  • Identity the different types of stretchers use to evacuate casualty
  • Identity the signs and symptoms of spinal injuries
  • Perform basic spinal management
  • Demonstrate transportation of casualty using scoop stretcher, spinal board and folderable stretcher
  • Perform basic triaging of mass casualties

Course Requirements

  • Able to speak, read and understand English effectively
  • No medical heart and lung conditions or any physical disabilities and injuries that will prevent the participant from lifting and carrying.

Course Content

• Introduction to different types of stretchers 
– Scoop Stretcher
– Spinal Board
– Folderable Stretcher

• Introduction to cervical collar for casualty with spinal injuries 
– Learn how to size a cervical collar and perform application of cervical collar on casualty

• Spinal Management 
– Perform the following grip – head grip, trapezius squeeze, modified trapezius squeeze, sternum grip and sternum spinal grip
– Perform the following roll – spinal roll, prone roll and semi-prone roll

• Loading of casualty onto the stretcher
–  Perform loading of casualty onto the stretcher with 4 rescuers, 3 rescuers and 2 rescuers.

• Loading of casualty using a scoop stretcher

• Triaging of Casualties 

Course Assessment

No assessment will be conducted for the course.

Certificate

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Participation in Transportation and Evacuation of Casualty by Singapore Emergency Responder Academy.

Course Features

  • Classroom-based instructor-led training focusing on simulation activities (Instructor and video, demonstration and skills)
  • SERA Transportation and Evacuation of Casualty Guidebook
  • First Aid Simulation using actual scoop, spinal board and folderable stretcher

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Duration: 8 hours (1 day from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm)

Venue: SERA, 51 Cuppage Road, #03-03, Singapore 229469

Course Fee: $150.00 (before GST) $120.00 (before GST) for a limited time only

Upon Completion: Certificate of Participation

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