First aid at work during the coronavirus pandemic

The pandemic has made necessary to change also first aid activities in the workplaces, that now must always be organised in accordance with the necessary safety measures for Covid -19.

We prepared this short illustrated document to explain how at workplace first aid attendants can be properly protected and at the same time how to ensure the continuation of a reliable first aid assistance for workers, guests, clients, visitors.

The authors:

Bettina Hunger, is an occupational physician of the Occupational Medicine Section of the B.G.N. in Potsdam (Germany)

Paolo Rosi, is the Director of the Public emergency Service 118 of the health Unit 3 Serenissima in Venice, which provides emergency services for 850,000 people in the Venetian area

Giuseppe (Beppe) Ceretti ,is a biologist and a trainer of the American Heart Association in Venice

Roberto Montagnani, is an occupational physician of the bilateral tourism agency and the bilateral tertiary Sector agency in Venice

Mbaye N'Thiam , receptionist at the Hotel Danieli, Venice, first aid attendant

Franco Osti, former Director of the NGO Emergency clinics in Venice Marghera, is now the Director of the “Health Without Borders “clinic of Caritas in Venice Mestre , for migrant workers who don’t have the assistance of the national health service, unaccompanied minors and indigent Italians



First aid at work during the coronavirus pandemic (italian version)

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