UCSB’s Environmental Health and Safety offers two free and optional Field Safety Training classes during the spring and fall quarters for researchers and students who work in the field. The classes are taught by individuals with years of field experience and are designed to provide researchers and students with field first-aid training and assist with preparing for work in the field. Below is a brief outline for each opportunity. Requests for training for groups of people 10 or more during summer and winter quarters will be reviewed on case by case basis.
Spaces are limited and available on a first-come first-served basis.
Class 1: Field Safety First Aid
DATE: TBD (Spring quarter 2019)
Space is limited to 20 attendees.
- Duty of Care
- Scene Safety
- Initial Assessment
- Lifting and Moving
- Basic Neurological Assessment
- Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
- Controlling Bleeding
- Strains, Sprains & Fractures
- Bites and Stings
- Shock Management
- General Medical Emergencies
- Wound Infection
- Heart Attack
- Diabetic Emergencies
- Temperature Related Injuries
Optional First Aid Card available for $25.
Class 2: Field Trip Planning
DATE: TBD (Spring quarter, 2019)
- TRIP PLANNING
- Risk Assessment
- Participants Info
- Hospital Options
- Emergency Contact & UC Insurance Options
- Communication Options
- ACCIDENT MANAGEMENT
- ADDITIONAL TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES