Along with 17 other observers and members of ESAM, I’ve just spent the one of the most informative Saturday’s attending a course for a long time. The First Aid course arranged by Paul Adams for Observers was quite inspiring. I’ve always been a little squeamish and adverse to medical things. In my professional life I maintained I didn’t do blood, puke, piddle or poo. After a morning of demonstrations and information by the lead presenter-Andy Sullivan owner of Biker Emergency Life Support Ltd and his assistant Shaun, followed by a very practical afternoon dealing with accident scenarios after which I am personally convinced I would be able to cope with a traumatic situation. Although the blood thing does still get at me. A splendid day to which everyone should have access.
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To all the ESAM First Aid attendees and club members, please click on the link below to see a selection of our training pictures.
I will hand out your certificates at the next Club Sunday,
I hope everyone enjoyed the course on Saturday. It was a pleasure to teach such a fun and enthusiastic group.
Emergency Life Support Team
The Group with our two presenters, Andy and Shaun
|Under a vehicle||After an accident||Helmet removal||Traumatised casualty|
|CPR||Assessing the needs||Clearing the airway||Moving into the recovery position|