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Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 1 Marine Requirements for First Aid Kits Workplace Type of First Aid Kit 1. On a ship (a) with 2 to 5 employees A (b) with 6 to 19 employees B (c) with 20 to 49 employees C (d) with 50 or more employees D 2.At a detached workplace E Source: Canada Labour Code: Marine Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, 1987.
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 2 Confined Space Entry Do not enter a confined space that you are not authorized to enter Proper training is required Proper respiratory protection and other equipment are required A safety watch must be assigned
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 3 Respiratory System Nose Mouth Upper airway Lungs
Marine First Aid & CPRCopyright © 2006 The Canadian Red Cross SocietySlide 4 Circulatory System Pulmonary artery Superior vena cava Heart Aorta Inferior vena cava Femoral vein and artery Radial artery Brachial artery Jugular vein Carotid artery
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