Advanced First Aid

TCS training courses are designed based on regulations and industry best practices aligned with relevant international standards and/or approved by appropriate industry accrediting bodies, as necessary.

The aim of TCS training courses is to ensure that all individuals have reached a recognized level of competence to enable them to work on-site more safely with reduced risk to themselves and others.

According to regulations, there is always a need for organisations to establish emergency procedures and plans in order to prevent emergencies and be ready in case if anything happens.

“Emergency Response” training courses are carefully designed to meet the requirements of the modern industries including, but not limited to oil & gas, construction, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, shipbuilding, etc. Training courses covered under the “Emergency Response” category provide skills to prevent emergency cases where possible or rescue co-workers by using firefighting, first aid, confined space rescue, rescue from height, rescue from water, etc. skills.

The courses are interactive and can be delivered in the language of your choice. Practical exercises and course materials are provided as per specific training requirements. The content can be localized to reflect the country or region where the workforce will operate.

To ensure that individuals have reached the required level of competency, they MUST successfully complete a training course and assessment. Successful candidates will then receive the certificate transferable worldwide. Individuals must renew their certificates based on the expiry date shown on the certificate to ensure their knowledge is up to date.

The detailed course content is as follows:


  • Introduction
  • Definition of First Aid. Contents of a level-2 first-aid kit and how it is to be used.
  • Aims and objectives of FA. Basic Hygiene, Prevention of blood borne pathogens and other associated hazards. Relevant safety data sheets.
  • Anatomy& Physiology of the Respiratory and Cardiovascular Systems.
  • Assess the scene and prevent secondary accidents (including protecting themselves) (D), Emergency call-out procedures (R), Ability to provide clear details of an injury or illness
  • Priorities (‘CAB’ – Circulation, Airway, Breathing)
  • Management of an unconscious person. Use and application of the recovery position.
  • Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • The use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • Management of bleeding. Basic control of bleeding.
  • Management of simple wounds. Application of simple dressings.
  • Eye injury. Eye washing of foreign bodies and chemical splashes.
  • Initial treatment of both thermal and chemical burns. Immersion.
  • Initial treatment of severe medical conditions or illnesses.
  • Choking.
  • Treatment for shock, hypothermia, and heat injuries.
  • Soft tissue injuries. Fractures. Head and spinal injuries.
  • Application of simple splints. Immobilize injured parts.
  • Transportation of an injured or ill person.
  • Application of various types of dressings.
  • Snake, insect, and animal bites.
  • Triage sieve.
  • Communication and delegation in an emergency.
  • Specific workplace risks.
  • Simple record-keeping.
  • Practical exercise (Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), including the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED))
  • Theory Assessment
  • Practical Assessment

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