MEDIC First Aid Training Programs

BasicPlus: CPR, AED, and First Aid for Adults

MEDIC First Aid BasicPlus is a combined adult CPR, AED, and first aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work.

The program is based upon the 2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) Science with Treatment Recommendations (CoSTR) and other evidence-based treatment recommendations.

Program Description

Intended Audience
  • Workplace first aid providers who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers
  • lay rescuers
Class Configurations
  • Max Student to Instructor Ratio: 12:1
  • Max Student to Equipment Ratio: 3:1
  • Max Class Size:24(with 2 Instructor’s)
Instructor Materials
  • BasicPlus Program DVD
  • BasicPlus Instructor Guide
Student Materials
(one set per participant)
  • Student Book
  • Wallet Skill Guide
  • Home Emergency Plan
  • Training kit(barriers, Bandage, gauze, zipper bag)
  • Successful Completion Card
Training Equipment
  • AED Trainer
  • CPR Manikin(adult)
  • Epipen Trainer(Option)
  • Tourniquet(Option)
Hands-on Skill Practice Students will practice essential skills in small groups and can apply those skills in optional scenario-based practices.
Recommended Time to Complete 6〜7 hours(Renewal Training:Less than initial instructional time)
Recognized certification period Up to 2 years
Successful completion
(certification)
  • Written evaluation: Required when specified by organizational, local, or state regulation.
  • Performance evaluation: All students must perform required skills competently without assistance.
Certification card
  • Plastic credit card size
  • Written in both Japanese & English

Class Topics

Preparing to Help
  • First Aid Provider
    • First Aid
    • Recognizing an Emergency
    • Personal Safety
    • Deciding to Help
  • Protecting Yourself
    • Infectious Bloodborne Diseases
    • Standard Precautions
    • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Legal Considerations
    • Consent
    • Implied Consent
    • Abandonment
    • Good Samaritan Laws
  • Calling for Help
    • Emergency Medical Services(EMS)
    • Emergency Action Plans
    • Poison Help Line
  • Emergency Moves
CPR & AED
  • Cardiac Arrest
    • Oxygen and the Human Body
    • Sudden Cardiac Arrest
    • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation(CPR)
    • Early Defibrillation
    • Chain of Survival
    • Secondary Cardiac Arrest
    • Opioid Overdose
  • Chest Compressions
  • Rescue Breaths
    • Establishing an Airway
    • Using Barrier Devices
    • Delivering Breaths
  • Automated External Defibrillation
    • AED Operation
    • AED Troubleshooting & Considerations
  • Primary Assessment-Unresponsive Person
    • Recovery Position*
  • Caring for Cardiac Arrest
  • Multiple Provider Approach to CPR
  • Choking
    • Mild Obstruction
    • Severe Obstruction
Assessment
  • Primary Assessment-Responsive Person
  • Secondary Assessment*
Sudden Injury
  • Control of Bleeding
    • Using Tourniquets*
    • Using Hemostatic Dressings*
  • Shock
    • Internal Bleeding
  • Amputation*
  • Impaled Objects*
    • Impaled Object in Eye*
  • Open Chest Injury*
  • Open Abdominal Injury*
  • Head, Neck, or Back Injury
    • Spinal Injury
    • Brain Injury
    • Concussion
  • Swollen, Painful, or Deformed Limb
  • Burns
    • Thermal Burns
    • Electrical Burns
    • Chemical Burns
    • Chemicals in the Eye
  • Minor Injuries
    • Nosebleed
    • Injured Tooth
Sudden Illness
  • Sudden Illness
  • Altered Mental Status
    • Fainting
    • Stroke
    • Hypoglycemia
    • Seizure
  • Breathing Difficultly, Shortness of Breathing
    • Asthma and Inhalers
    • Severe Allergic Reaction
  • Pain, Severe Pressure, or Discomfort in the Chest
  • Poisoning
    • Ingested Poisoning
    • Inhaled Poisoning
  • Severe Abdominal Pain*
Environmental Emergencies
  • Heat Emergencies
    • Heat Exhaustion
    • Heat Stroke
  • Cold Emergencies
    • Hypothermia
    • Frostbite
Bites and Stings
  • Stinging Insects*
  • Snakebites*
  • pider Bites*
  • Tick Bites*
  • Marine Animal Stings*
  • Animal and Human Bites*
Additional Considerations
  • Emotional Considerations*

*Optional Topics