How to Assess first Aid
First aid demand for students with recognize health care needs should be.Â Explained in the Student Health bear Plan or Anaphylaxis Management Plan. When an injury causes a nose bleed then an ice pack should not be used instead a cold compress may be used.
The following situation an icepack/cold compress should not be used and medical help should be sought (usually by calling an ambulance:
- loss of consciousness, even if only momentarily
- a less than circumspect conscious state
- suspicion of a fracture
- suspicion of a spinal disfigurement
- damage to eyes or ears
- penetration of the skin
- deep open wounds.
Identify prospective causes of injury and illness :
- check the environment for any potential hazards
- review any incident, injury and â€˜near missâ€™ data available
- consider the nature of activities undertaken
- consult with staff
- obtain specialist or external advice, if required.
Staff who practice first aid should have their position descriptions updated to reflect this extra responsibility.Â They must receive:
- basic first aid training
- and where required, additional first aid modules to cover:
- the health needs of students attending the school, such as asthma management, administration of the EpiPen; or
- excursions, specific educational programs or activities.
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