Rescue Trauma & Casualty Care - Industry

Rescue Trauma & Casualty Care – Industry.

RTACC offers a highly focused, well researched and totally current emergency care course for individuals who may potentially face casualties with life threatening trauma and medical conditions.

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Empowering Industry to Save Lives.

RTACC is designed to meet the specific casualty care needs of the emergency services and high-risk industries, providing your organisation with tried and tested life-saving skills in a 3 day course.

RTACC is a Qualsafe accredited course that meets the Faculty of Pre-hospital Care (FPHC), Pre-hospital Emergency Medicine (PHEM) guidelines level E of The Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
Candidates will be empowered to manage serious medical and trauma emergencies in an immersive and engaging manner, developing knowledge, real-world skills and confidence.
RTACC guides the learner to identify and manage time critical injuries with appropriate interventions. Hands-on experience, live actors, casualty simulation and short highly focused lectures providing the perfect balance of theoretical and practical learning.

Course Dates

28th June 2021 09:00 AM
30th June 2021 09:00 AM
Rock and River | L40 2RL.

Course Dates

STARTS: 28th June 2021 09:00 AM

ENDS: 30th June 2021 09:00 AM

STATUS: FullyBooked

LOCATION: Rock and River | L40 2RL.


Course Information

Course content

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) requires all organisations to complete a work-based risk assessment in order to identify the level of hazard associated with your work activity.
It includes the following:
– Safety
– Scene Management
– Enhanced kinematics and mechanism of injury
– Catastrophic bleed management using stepwise approach – Wound Packing, Hemostatics, Tourniquets and Junctional Bleed Management
– Airway assessment with enhanced management – adjuncts & supraglottic devices
– Spinal assessment, management and immobilisation
– Safe and effective Oxygen usage
– Respiratory assessment and management
– Recognition of Thorax trauma and complications
– Abdominal assessment
– Circulatory assessment, management, shock
– Head injury & disability assessment
– Effects of environment and exposure
– Cardiac arrest – pit crew resuscitation
– Paediatric BLS
– Paediatric Anatomy, normal physiology & common medical emergencies
– Care of common medical conditions i.e. stroke, diabetes
– Care or medical emergencies
– Thermal injury with ability to assess severity
– Musculoskeletal injury with use of analgesia & fracture reduction
– Drowning and immersion
– Excitation delirium and overdose
– Mass casualty management
– Triage
– Major civilian disasters
– Bombs, blasts, blades and ballistics
– Transfer of the critically ill patient

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