Training Standards for Marine First Aid and Marine Medical Care - TP 13008 E

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Chapter 1 – General
1.1 Background
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Goals
1.4 Date of Application

Chapter 2 – Approval of Training Courses
2.1 General
2.2 Recognized Institution

Chapter 3 – Marine Basic First Aid
3.1 Number of Trainees in a Course
3.2 Course Goal
3.3 Course Criteria
3.4 Main Instructor Qualification
3.5 Course Outline3.6 Knowledge and Competencies

Chapter 4 – Marine Advanced First Aid
4.1 Number of Trainees in a Course
4.2 Course Goal
4.3 Course Criteria
4.4 Instructor qualification
4.5 Course Outline
4.6 Knowledge and Competencies

Chapter 5 – Marine Medical Care
5.1 Course Duration, Pre-requisites and Goal
5.2 Number of Trainees per Instructor
5.3 Course Criteria
5.4 Instructor Qualification – Physician
5.5 Training Certificate
5.6 Course Outline and Duration
5.7 Knowledge and Competencies

Table 1 – First Aid – Review
Table 2 – Care of Casualties
Table 3 – Aspects of Nursing
Table 4 – Treatment of Diseases
Table 5 – Alcohol and Drug Abuse and Psychiatric Disorders
Table 6 – Dental
Table 7 – Gynecology, Pregnancy and Childbirth
Table 8 – Medical Care of Rescued Persons, Including Distress, Hypothermia and Cold Exposure
Table 9 – Death at Sea
Table 10 – Environment Control On Board Ship
Table 11 – Disease Prevention
Table 12 – Record Keeping
Table 13 – Medicines and Medical Equipment
Table 14 – Surgical Equipment, Instruments and Supplies
Table 15 – External Assistance

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