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First Aid Plus+ CPR/AED February 4th – Center For Wooden Boats Seattle, WA

Northwest Response presents two different First Aid, CPR/AED
Classes at The Center for Wooden Boats

This class is more advanced. We go into greater depth for trauma, control of serious bleeding, head neck & spinal injuries, patient handling and evacuation procedures.  Runtime: 8 hours.

We do have a "Basic" First Aid, CPR/AED class, the schedule is below.

All of our classes are approved by
OSHA, L&I and The United States Coast Guard.

First Aid Plus+ CPR/AED February 4th – Center For Wooden Boats Seattle, WA

  • Class Delivered by Professional Emergency Medical Responders

  • USCG, OSHA & L&I Approved

  • Approved for Master Mariner License

  • Two Year Certification

  • Learn to Save a Life

"Believe me, my young friend, there is nothing -- absolutely nothing -- half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."

~Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame.

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Basic First Aid Plus+ Advanced Trauma Care
This is the Super Charged Basic First Aid, CPR/AED Class by The Health & Safety Institute (HSI).  We go into greater detail with Control of Serious Bleeding, Head Neck & Spinal Injuries, Patient handling and Evacuation procedures.  This is perfect for the off-shore boater or professional mariner. The class runs about 8 hours
$ 110.00

Venue

The Center For Wooden Boats
1010 Valley Street
Seattle, WA 98109 United States
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Phone:
253-238-0519

Details

Date:
February 4, 2023
Time:
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:
$110.00
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This course is presented by Captain Thomas Bliss, EMR of Northwest Response

Essential Boater & Professional Mariner Course Topics

Recognizing an Emergency

Personal Safety

Infectious Bloodborne Diseases

Standard Precautions

Personal Protective Equipment

Legal Consideration

Good Samaritan Laws

Emergency Actions Plans

Chain of Survival

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation(CPR)

Caring for Cardiac Arrest

Multiple Provider Approach to CPR

AED Operation

Primary Assessment

Secondary Assessment

Choking Assessment

Sudden Injury

 

Spinal Injury

Brain Injury

Concussion

Swollen, Painful or Deformed Limbs

Burns

Nosebleed

Injured Tooth

Altered Mental Status

Fainting

Stroke

Diabetic Emergencies

Seizure

Breathing Difficulty, Shortness of Breath

Asthma and Inhalers

Severe Allergic Reaction

Poisoning

Heat Exhaustion

Heat Stroke

Hypothermia

 

Frostbite

Marine Animal Stings*

Animal and Human Bites*

Emotional Considerations

Patient Packaging

USCG and other HELO Ops/MedEvac

Medical Reporting forms

Patient Care Reports

Wrap up Q&A

Control of Bleeding

Using a Tourniquet

Using a Hemostatic Dressing*

Shock

Internal Bleeding

Amputation

Impaled Objects

Open Chest Injury

Open Abdominal Injury

Head, Neck or Back Injury

Emergency Moves

Captain Thomas Bliss, EMR
Thomas Bliss (left) with unknown K9, and Ashley.
Thomas Bliss (left) with unknown K9, and Ashley.

Organizer

Northwest Response
Phone:
877-845-4783
Email:
info@northwestresponse.com
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About Your Instructor

Captain Bliss is a Licensed USCG Master Mariner, 30 year resident of the Maritime Community of Gig Harbor, Washington.

He dedicates his time to educate professional mariners, and recreational boaters with a career highlight of completing an essential shipboard Emergency Medical Response training for the crew of the  269′ National Geographic, Lindbald Expedition vessel “Venture.”

Thomas logs approximately 2800 hours a year in various safety training courses from BT (formerly BST), Emergency Medical Responder, complex SAR (Search and Rescue) training courses, and Fast Rescue Boat OTW operations. 

A former Assistant Director for Fremont Maritime Services/India Tango; he specialized in Maritime Safety and Response Training. And, as a cold water survival expert; traveled to the far reaches of the planet including the Beaufort Sea, 270 miles north of the Arctic Circle to teach cold water survival to seismic ship-board exploration crews.

Captain Bliss continues to honorably serve with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary as a COXSWAIN, the USCG/AUX Gig Harbor Detachment Leader, and also serves as a Flotilla Staff Officer.

Thomas established Northwest Response (NWR) in 2012, and serves as Director of this Lay-Responder Medical Training Enterprise and Event Stand-by EMS service that provides care and medical coverage to thousands of event patrons from marathons, music festivals up to and including large and small private corporate events.

NWR also specializes in on-site First Aid Classes from Wilderness, Advanced, Bloodborne Pathogen, and Asbestos Training as well as providing Respiratory Fit Testing and Certification for numerous companies throughout the Puget Sound area.

Messing about in boats is about the most enjoyable part of living in the Pacific Northwest.   However, when you cast off the lines and get underway, even the simplest of injuries can lead to a very miserable journey.

Knowing what to do in the event of a simple injury or the unthinkable life treating medical emergency are essential skills that every boater must possess. There is no 911 at sea, and help could be hours away even if you are only a few miles off shore.

This course will help you acquire and/or refresh vital First Aid Skills.  

Don't take a chance; learn to save a life today, and have fun while doing it.

Upcoming Open Enrollment First Aid, CPR/AED Classes in Seattle, Washington