Monday, October 12, 2009

Hunting Dog and Human First Aid Workshop Friday October 16th

A program for landowners, managers, outdoors men and women and others interested in game habitat management, hunting, and best natural resource management practices. Knowing what to do in an emergency may mean the difference between life or death. Come learn how to prevent emergencies, treat minor injuries, basics about first aid, what to do in the field before help arrives, and when to seek immediate assistance. This workshop is for anyone interested in learning more about basic first aid and designed to help guide you in making important decisions before help arrives.

Schedule
8:30 AM - Check in
9:00 AM - Presentations and Demonstrations
Noon - Lunch

Location:
REMINGTON EMS BUILDING
1202 Remington Ave, Thomasville, GA

Topics:
1. Human First Aid – safety in the field
2. Human First Aid – what to do about accidents, bandaging, preparation for Emergency personnel
3. Hunting Dog First Aid – basic first aid issues
4. Hunting Dog First Aid – what to do in the field, how to prevent accidents (perspective from the trainer/dog handler)

Cost: $25.00

Register On-line:
http://www.wec.ufl.edu/wildlifeupdates/

More info:
www.thomascountyextension.com

R.J. Byrne
229.225.4130

1 comment:

Keval said...

An insightful post on Hunting Dog and Human First Aid
I did come across a website http://www.gotoaid.com/. It’s has all information on first aid emergencies. It has information on Human emergencies and even for pets like cat or dog. Hope it help you guys too.


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