Bleeding Control Training
The #1 cause of preventable death is loss of blood after an injury. Life-threatening bleeding can happen anywhere due to serious accidents. This course is designed to help you and your team quickly identify and respond to life-threatening bleeding. Through hands-on training, your instructor will teach you various techniques to control bleeding effectively.
How A Bleeding Control Training Program Works
Overview of injuries that can cause extreme loss of blood and methods to control bleeding.
Understand how a tourniquet works and when to apply one.
Hands-on practice for tourniquet application and wound packing.
YOU CAN EXPECT TO COVER:
- Scene safety and PPE
- How to identify life threatening bleeding
- Tourniquet usage with hands-on practice
- Using direct pressure to control blood loss
- Wound packing with hands-on practice
FEDERAL REGULATION READS:
ANSI Z3081.1-2021 “A tourniquet used for blood drawing is insufficient to meet the criteria set forth. Common arterial tourniquets that meet this standard utilize a method such as a ratchet or a windlass to reach full occlusion. Application scenarios include trapped and open limb application as well as the ability to self-apply and apply to a victim.”