The health and safety of students have always been an important part of the school’s work, and the staff’s mastery of essential first-aid skills is also an important part of campus safety education. To further enhance staff’s awareness of safety and first aid, promoting and popularizing basic knowledge and skills of first aid, we specially invited Jiangxi Children’s Hospital to the school for medical and first aid training facing the whole staff.
The training included theoretical knowledge explanation and practical operation guidance. It focused on the concept of emergency treatment of convulsion, pre-hospital first aid for heat stroke, pre-hospital first aid for drowning, pre-hospital first aid for cardiac arrest, airway obstruction, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the necessity of performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation and the “golden four minutes”, and showed in detail the pre-hospital first aid in case of convulsions in children, how to prevent heatstroke, symptoms of heatstroke and pre-hospital first aid, pre-hospital management of respiratory arrest, and the Hekrim First Aid, and also showed operation procedures of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), such as raising the head and jaw, opening the airway, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, artificial respiration, and recovery position.
In practical operation, staff conducted simulation exercises under the one-to-one guidance of training teachers, and basically mastered the emergency treatment of convulsion, pre-hospital first aid for heat stroke, pre-hospital first aid for drowning, pre-hospital first aid for cardiac arrest, Hekrim First Aid and CPR and other first aid skills.
At the end of the training, all staff learned how to handle various emergencies and accidents, systematically mastered the techniques and steps of first aid, and further enhanced their awareness of emergency avoidance, self-rescue, and mutual rescue. They deeply realized the importance of mastering first-aid knowledge, which is of great significance for dealing with campus emergencies and improving the emergency self-rescue and mutual rescue ability on campus.