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Tuesday, November 1, 2022

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The Importance of First Aid in Schools


First aid is an important tool in quickly responding to accidents to ensure that injuries can be efficiently and promptly dealt with before a trained medical professional arrives to administer more specialised treatment. First aid in schools is especially helpful as children often get into accidents that can need swift care in order to prevent things from escalating.


Whether it’s a minor injury or something more serious like a fracture, preventing further complications is paramount. Ensuring there are trained first aiders within the school will help a school be a safer environment for everyone. Here are just some of the benefits that come from having a first aider on site.


1. Promotes the sense of safety

Teachers and students with good knowledge of the first aid are likely to be more alert and active. They make sure they are not vulnerable to any accident or injuries. First aid promotes the sense of safety. It makes them capable of managing incidents and assessing casualties. The more they are aware of the accidents, illness and treatments, the more they become conscious.


2. Quick treatment

First aid is the initial treatment given to a victim. Some injuries do not require professional assistance. They can be treated with simple methods such as applying an ice pack etc. First aiders can help the affected person feel better and relieve pain by performing simple procedures.


3. Prevents victim’s condition from becoming worse

Although first aid is a temporary treatment, it still plays a great role in preventing the situation from getting serious or worse. Well-trained first aiders apply the right methods to keep the situation under control. They put every effort to help victim cope with the illness or pain until professional help arrives.


4. It preserves life

Preserving life is one of the three aims of first aid. Those with first aid treatment have the skills and knowledge to help save lives in the event of an emergency. A first aider will also know the importance of contacting 999 as quickly as possible in life-threatening situations and will have important knowledge of the recovery position and CPR. First aiders are also much more likely to remain calm and respond quickly.


5. It reduces the likelihood of an accident occurring

Knowledge of first aid can make it easier for staff members to identify potential hazards. It also highlights the importance of conducting a risk assessment and how to effectively implement any actions or recommendations from the risk assessment. This can reduce the likelihood of accidents occurring on school premises.


6. Promote a sense of safety

Teachers and students with basic first aid knowledge are likely to be more alert and aware of surrounding risks. First aid training promotes a sense of safety and makes sure that you will not become vulnerable to accidents and injuries. It makes you capable of managing incidents and does assessments of the casualties. The more you are aware of the accidents, illnesses, and treatments, the safer you will feel in emergencies.


7. Reduces your susceptibility to accidents

First Aid training helps you become alert to potential hazards and medical issues. It allows you to take better care of yourself and those who are around you. It creates resilient and emergency-ready communities.