Case study description
To train the 30 members of the Emergency Brigade of the largest Interactive Museum in the country, whose target audience is young children between 4 and 17 years of age, in Basic First Aid and Emergency Management.
How did we do it?
Through the Risks and Disasters Unit, we attended during an intensive 20-hour day at the Museum, providing theoretical and practical training to the participants belonging to the Emergency Brigade, including actors who are part of all Maloka units, Maintenance & General Services Personnel, Operations Personnel, Administrative Personnel...
The training was based on the Incident Command System (ICS) and Triage Start; the topics covered were:
- Safe Access to the Scene.
- Initial and Detailed Evaluation of patients.
- Identification and Evaluation of bleeding.
- Fracture Identification and Immobilization.
- Stretcher, Securing and Extraction of Patients.
- Classification and Care of Patients in Mass.
At the end of this training process, the Risk and Disaster Unit trained and certified 30 of the company's Brigaders, with the capacity to act, react and contribute to the care and maintenance of human life in the event of an emergency situation.