PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider

Description

Many divers take the Emergency First Response series of courses in order to help those who become injured or ill. The EFR Primary and Secondary Care course that is given to divers also includes Oxygen Administration as often the best first aid for any diving injury is Oxygen.

The PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider course has been developed for divers to provide the extra knowledge that is needed when administering oxygen to a person who has been involved in a diving emergency. As well as teach the administration of oxygen for first aid, the course also ensures that the participant understands the risk of administering 100% oxygen, both to the patient and to the provider, as 100% Oxygen can be highly explosive!

 

All equipment is provided

 

Age Range

Aged 12 and above

Prerequisites

EFR Primary and Secondary Care

Price

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