Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.
STRETCHER DRILLS
Transportation of Casualties with Stretcher
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
By the end of this lesson, cadets should be able to:
 understand the purpose of the various types of
...
SCOPE
 Rescue Preliminaries
 Types of Stretchers
 Principle of evacuating casualties with stretchers
 Loading / unload...
RESCUE PRELIMINARIES
Rescue helmet and gloves to be worn at all
times
Smart 4 rolled down to Long 4
Ensure all surround...
RESCUE PRELIMINARIES
Make sure hands are tucked into the belt and
legs are crossed
TYPES OF STRETCHERS
1. Collapsible Stretcher
2. Sked Stretcher
3. Basket Stretcher
4. Perforated Stretcher
5. Roller Stret...
PRINCIPLES OF EVACUATING
CASUALTIES BY STRETCHERS
Stretcher is to be kept as level as possible
Constant watch casualty’s...
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
Opening of collapsible stretcher
1.
2.
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
Opening of collapsible stretcher
3. 4.
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
Getting ready to lift casualty
(For normal/light weight casualty)
6.5.
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
IC positions stretcher alongside casualty
(For normal/light weight casua...
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
Loading onto stretcher
(For normal/light weight casualty)
8. 9.
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
Getting ready to lift casualty
(For heavy/obese casualty)
1. 2.
LOADING/UNLOADING OF
CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER
Loading onto stretcher
(For heavy/obese casualty)
3.
TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY
WITH THE STRETCHER
 From ground level to waist level, 1..2..3.. up
(IC’s position is either side...
TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY
WITH THE STRETCHER
Ready, 1..2..3.. move.
(Move off with casualty’s legs first)
2.
TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY
WITH THE STRETCHER
Moving down the steps
(Move off with casualty’s legs first)
2.
TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY
WITH THE STRETCHER
Moving up the steps
(Move off with casualty’s head first)
PRACTICE ON
STRETCHER DRILL
QUESTIONS?
CONCLUSION
 Adhere to safety precautions when
transporting casualty.
 Stretcher must always be kept level
whenever possi...
Próxima SlideShare
Cargando en…5
×

2.3.1 stretcher drill

3.251 visualizaciones

Publicado el

-

Publicado en: Educación
  • Sé el primero en comentar

2.3.1 stretcher drill

  1. 1. STRETCHER DRILLS Transportation of Casualties with Stretcher
  2. 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES By the end of this lesson, cadets should be able to:  understand the purpose of the various types of stretchers  load / unload casualties onto stretchers  transport casualties with stretchers
  3. 3. SCOPE  Rescue Preliminaries  Types of Stretchers  Principle of evacuating casualties with stretchers  Loading / unloading of casualty onto the stretcher  Transporting of casualty with the stretcher  Execution of stretcher drill  Questions and Answers  Conclusion
  4. 4. RESCUE PRELIMINARIES Rescue helmet and gloves to be worn at all times Smart 4 rolled down to Long 4 Ensure all surrounding hazards are cleared before approaching for victim for rescue
  5. 5. RESCUE PRELIMINARIES Make sure hands are tucked into the belt and legs are crossed
  6. 6. TYPES OF STRETCHERS 1. Collapsible Stretcher 2. Sked Stretcher 3. Basket Stretcher 4. Perforated Stretcher 5. Roller Stretcher 6. Scoop Stretcher
  7. 7. PRINCIPLES OF EVACUATING CASUALTIES BY STRETCHERS Stretcher is to be kept as level as possible Constant watch casualty’s head to determine and prevent of aspiration/ respiratory failure Look for any recurrence of haemorrhage
  8. 8. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER Opening of collapsible stretcher 1. 2.
  9. 9. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER Opening of collapsible stretcher 3. 4.
  10. 10. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER Getting ready to lift casualty (For normal/light weight casualty) 6.5.
  11. 11. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER IC positions stretcher alongside casualty (For normal/light weight casualty) 7.
  12. 12. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER Loading onto stretcher (For normal/light weight casualty) 8. 9.
  13. 13. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER Getting ready to lift casualty (For heavy/obese casualty) 1. 2.
  14. 14. LOADING/UNLOADING OF CASUALTY ONTO THE STRETCHER Loading onto stretcher (For heavy/obese casualty) 3.
  15. 15. TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY WITH THE STRETCHER  From ground level to waist level, 1..2..3.. up (IC’s position is either side of the casualty’s head ) 1.
  16. 16. TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY WITH THE STRETCHER Ready, 1..2..3.. move. (Move off with casualty’s legs first) 2.
  17. 17. TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY WITH THE STRETCHER Moving down the steps (Move off with casualty’s legs first) 2.
  18. 18. TRANSPORTING OF CASUALTY WITH THE STRETCHER Moving up the steps (Move off with casualty’s head first)
  19. 19. PRACTICE ON STRETCHER DRILL
  20. 20. QUESTIONS?
  21. 21. CONCLUSION  Adhere to safety precautions when transporting casualty.  Stretcher must always be kept level whenever possible  Movement must be coordinated to maximize safety

×