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Defensive Driving & First Aid

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First Part: Defensive Driving
Content:
I- Theoretical Training
•    Introduction
     •    Course Objective
     •    Accident Statistics 
     •    The Safe Trip 
     •    Safe Driving
•    Selected Real Accidents
Group discussion of selected real accidents covering contributory causes and factors of accidents
•    Driving Conditions
     •    Light         (day & night, dusk & dawn, sun glass … etc.)
     •    Weather    (rain, fog, winds, sand storms… etc.)
     •    Road         (curves, hills, slippery, railway crossing … etc.)
     •    Traffic        (rush – hours, weekday, weekend, rural, urban … etc.)
     •    Vehicle      (lights, brakes, tires, mirrors, safety belts, headrests … etc.)
     •    Driver        (attitude, fatigue, emotions, mobile phones … etc.)

•    The two – car crash accident 
     •    Collision with a vehicle ahead (following distance & stopping distance)
     •    Collision with a vehicle behind 
     •    Head – on collision (on a straight road, on a curve, while turning left)
     •    Collision at intersections
     •    The art of overtaking (passing) 

•    The one – car accident  
     •    Drivers mental & physical states
     •    Driving in rain, fog, sand storms … etc.
     •    Night driving
     •    Tire burst 
     •    Brake failure 
     •    A skid 
     •    Fire 
     •    Car plunges in water 

•    Other common collision types 
     •    Pedestrian 
     •    Bicycle  
     •    Motorcycle 
     •    Train 
     •    Fixed object 
     •    Animal
     •    Reversing
     •    Parking
     •    Downgrades

•    Accident Prevention Formula

•    Maintenance and Inspection
     •    Circle Checks
     •    Regular Checks

II- On – the – Road Commentary Drive 
On the road practical coaching session, covering the applications of defensive driving principles and individual driving assessment with coaching and giving advice

Second Part: First Aid on the Road
The First Day
Introduction    
Define first aid, steps followed to conduct first aid, rights and duties when
conducting first aid    

Background information
Physiology and anatomy of different biological systems, and the vital signs (pulse, respiration, temperature, blood pressure)    

Basic Life supports    
The ABC steps, Air way obstruction handling, CPR    

Hemorrhage    
External hemorrhage, and internal hemorrhage    

Spinal injuries    
Dealing with spinal cord injuries     

Simple wounds and injuries    
Dealing with simple wounds; cleaning and dressing    

Practical training of the day    
General examination, Vital signs, Performing CPR.
Appling bandages for bleeding cases    

The Second Day
Orthopedic injuries    
Definition, types(head, limbs and jaw fracture), diagnosis, first aid procedures, transporting, and ways of prevention    

Fits    
Definition, causes, first aid, and prevention of reoccurrence    

comas    
Types(Diabetic and others), management    

Suffocation    
Definition, causes, diagnosis, first aid, danger signs, and ways of prevention    

Drowning    
Definition, causes, first aid, and prevention    

Burns    
Definition, causes, classification, danger signs, first aid, and prevention 

Environmental emergencies    
Heat cramps, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and exposure to cold    

Poisoning    
Definition, causes and types, first aid, danger signs, and prevention    

Diarrhea    
Definitions, causes, first aid, and prevention    

Animal bites    
Causes, first aid, danger signs, first aid, and prevention    

Practical applications    
Handling fractured personnel, Splints,     Bandages, Heimlich maneuver, Revision for CPR    

Deliverables:
•    Training handouts for each trainee
•    Evaluation report for each trainee (Defensive Driving)
•    Certificate for each trainee that gets a minimum of 80% in the theoretical and practical exams and attends the full course. (Defensive Driving)
•    Certificate for each trainee that attended the full course.

Duration / Venue / Conditions / tools:
 (1)    Course will be from 09:00 to 03:00
 (2)    Will last for four days with a total of 24 hours
 (3)    Will be conducted in client’s premises.
 (4)    Will have a maximum of 15 participants
 (5)    Will be conducted in Arabic / English language

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