EMERGENCY LIFE SUPPORT FIRST AID, HEFAT
IN ACCORDANCE WITH GUIDELINES SET BY THE COMMITTEE FOR TACTICAL EMERGENCY CASUALTY CARE
This Emergency First Aid course prepares individuals for challenging or hostile environments where they may face difficult situations requiring immediate response. Designed for anyone working in dangerous theatres of operations, from humanitarian aid workers to defense and security forces, this course equips you with the necessary skills to react effectively to emergencies.
The course, which operates under the "Treat First What Kills First" principle, involves the use of the ABCDE or MARCH RYAN Protocol for quick and efficient assessment. It meets the following minimum objectives:
Assessing risks/dangers on the scene through observation of the immediate environment.
Act safely to treat vital physical damage, during a situation of violence or attack.
Be able to apply to yourself and/or a third person first aid gestures caused by an injury of firearm, a knife or an explosion/blast.
Follow a well-structured casualty care protocol derived from combat first aid been taught in the army and elsewhere combat field.
By following a well-structured casualty care protocol derived from military combat first aid, you will be equipped to manage and provide first aid for one or more injuries in a tactical environment. The course covers three essential phases: Care Under Fire (hot zone), Tactical Field Care (warm zone), and Tactical Evacuation Care (cold zone).
In a world increasingly confronted with armed violence and terrorist attacks, enhance your preparedness and physical integrity with our Emergency First Aid course.