The LVR and CPR program is necessary if you are overseeing live work or working with live switchboards. This course covers the application of rescue procedures from live Low Voltage (LV) panels but does not include underground cables, and overhead lines in the work area.

Our course covers the mandatory requirements of rescue from a live LV panel, and how this applies to the context of transmission, distribution, or rail work functions. It includes responsibilities for the following, safety, health, and risk management processes at all operative levels, and adherence to the safety practices.

Course Content:

  • Inspection of rescue equipment and its placement
  • Properly assess the risks associated with the rescuer, victims, and others
  • Assess and control hazards from a live low voltage panel
  • Knowing the isolation procedures
  • Completing the rescue procedure including the application of CPR
  • Removing the victim to a safe place/location


Units Being Delivered

The following units will be awarded to successful participants in this course. The certificate is issued by i-Tag Training.

  • HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation UETTDRRF06 Perform a rescue from a Live LV Panel


Delivery Method

This course will be conducted at the i-Tag Training facility, in your work location, or at a third-party facility.


Physical Requirements

The HLTAID competency standards require the capacity to physically perform two (2) minutes of uninterrupted CPR on an adult CPR mannequin placed on the floor. Participants need to be able to respond to emergencies where there may be risks to life and be able to provide resuscitation.

If students are unable to pass the physical requirements of this course, they cannot be considered as a competent person or be issued with a statement of attainment.


Assessments

Participants who will take this course will be expected to undergo both theoretical and practical assessment tasks. 


#1 Theory Assessments

You will take a multiple-choice questionnaire and you will be assessed on the following:

State and Territory guidelines, first aid codes of practice and workplace procedures:

  • ARC’s Guidelines for the provision of CPR
  • Practices to minimize risk and potential hazards, and have a safe workplace
  • Procedures and principles of infection control, and use of standard precautions
  • Requirements for the currency of knowledge and skills

Legal, workplace, and community considerations:

  • Recognition of the potential need for stress-management approach and available support for an emergency
  • The function of care requirements and respectful behavior towards a casualty
  • Own skill, consent, limitations, and confidentiality requirements
  • Significance of debriefing


Considerations when performing CPR:

  • Airway obstruction due to body position
  • Suitable cessation and duration of CPR
  • Appropriate use of an AED and the chain of survival
  • Standard precautionary measures


Basic physiology and anatomy:

  • Considerations in the provision of first aid for specified conditions
  • Chest
  • How to determine if a person is not breathing normally
  • Consciousness and response
  • Upper airway and effect of positional change


#2 Practical Assessments

The assessor will be observed in the following practical scenarios and performance tasks:

Adult CPR: Provide uninterrupted single rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation for at least two minutes. There will be an adult resuscitation mannequin on the floor and you will also demonstrate the rotation of operators with minimal interruptions to compressions.

Infant CPR: Respond to a first aid scenario and perform uninterrupted since rescuer CPR for at least two minutes on an infant resuscitation mannequin placed on a firm surface.

Defibrillation: Followed the prompts of an automated external defibrillator

Others:

  • Manage infection control requirements
  • Responding appropriately in the event of vomiting and regurgitation
  • Showing safe manual handling techniques
  • Controlling the person with an unconscious breathing
  • Verbal reporting of the incident

 

LV panel scenario and task demonstrations:

  • Inspecting and placing of rescue equipment
  • Identifying and labeling the isolation point
  • Performing a rescue for a live LV panel 
  • Working in observance of the relevant anti-discrimination regulation, legislation, policies, and workplace procedures
  • Implementing occupational health, and safety practices, and procedures in the workplace

 

Costs

$99 for each student. 

With only minimum of 5 students for On-Site training

Mode of Delivery

Mixed Mode Delivery

Un-supervised Online Pre-Course Study and

4 hours face to face training

Location

Delivered at your workplace or at

6A 938 South RD, Edwardstown, SA 5039

What you will receive  Certificate of Attainment
Previous knowledge No previous knowledge or background is required

 

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 Who We Are

i-Tag is a leading organization that offers registered training for Test & Tag throughout Australia, We also offer additional training in Three Phase, and Plug Replacement. We also commit in teaching first aid and fire safety courses to our customers.

We believe that in order to achieve your goals, you need to start by studying and learning, and we are here to support you all they way.

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What people are saying

  • "I really enjoyed the course, Easy to understand. The trainer was friendly and the facilities were fantastic."

    Lauren August 2019


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