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Aanbevelingen voor een basisprogramma voor opleidingen bedrijfseerstehulp

Nicolas Mpotos (UGent) , Maurits De Ridder (UGent) and Koenraad Monsieurs (UGent)
(2009) Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde. 65(12). p.563-569
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Abstract
In Belgium, occupational health and safety concerning the well-being of employees at work is regulated by the Law of 4 August 1996 and its Royal Decrees of implementation. First aid intends to limit the consequences of an accident or disease and to prevent further deterioration of the patient. A well structured first aid organization in the company can reduce the consequences of occupational injuries to a minimum. The actual regulations for occupational health and safety require in some circumstances the presence of first aid people on the work floor. The Ministry of Labour authorizes numerous organizations to ensure first aid training at work (FAW). As regards its contents only few relevant criteria are available. Also a lack of knowledge does exist about the real needs regarding structure and content of FAW training. This article recommends a basic FAW training programme based on a literature search as well as on an analysis of the real needs and on the regulations in neighbouring countries (France, the U.K. and the Netherlands).
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EHBO, bedrijfseerstehulp

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Mpotos, Nicolas, Maurits De Ridder, and Koenraad Monsieurs. 2009. “Aanbevelingen Voor Een Basisprogramma Voor Opleidingen Bedrijfseerstehulp.” Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde 65 (12): 563–569.
APA
Mpotos, N., De Ridder, M., & Monsieurs, K. (2009). Aanbevelingen voor een basisprogramma voor opleidingen bedrijfseerstehulp. Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, 65(12), 563–569.
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Mpotos N, De Ridder M, Monsieurs K. Aanbevelingen voor een basisprogramma voor opleidingen bedrijfseerstehulp. Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde. 2009;65(12):563–9.
MLA
Mpotos, Nicolas, Maurits De Ridder, and Koenraad Monsieurs. “Aanbevelingen Voor Een Basisprogramma Voor Opleidingen Bedrijfseerstehulp.” Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde 65.12 (2009): 563–569. Print.
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  abstract     = {In Belgium, occupational health and safety concerning
the well-being of employees at work is regulated
by the Law of 4 August 1996 and its Royal Decrees
of implementation. First aid intends to limit the consequences
of an accident or disease and to prevent
further deterioration of the patient. A well structured
first aid organization in the company can reduce the
consequences of occupational injuries to a minimum.
The actual regulations for occupational health
and safety require in some circumstances the
presence of first aid people on the work floor. The
Ministry of Labour authorizes numerous organizations
to ensure first aid training at work (FAW). As
regards its contents only few relevant criteria are
available. Also a lack of knowledge does exist about
the real needs regarding structure and content of
FAW training.
This article recommends a basic FAW training
programme based on a literature search as well as
on an analysis of the real needs and on the regulations
in neighbouring countries (France, the U.K.
and the Netherlands).},
  author       = {Mpotos, Nicolas and De Ridder, Maurits and Monsieurs, Koenraad},
  issn         = {0371-683X},
  journal      = {Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde},
  language     = {dut},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {563--569},
  title        = {Aanbevelingen voor een basisprogramma voor opleidingen bedrijfseerstehulp},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2143/TVG.65.12.2000563},
  volume       = {65},
  year         = {2009},
}

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