En France, le secourisme est cadré par les lois et réglements. Le contenu des formations officielles et la formation des formateurs est définie de manière nationale, indépendamment de l'organisme formateur (association ou établissement public).

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  • En France, le secourisme est cadré par les lois et réglements. Le contenu des formations officielles et la formation des formateurs est définie de manière nationale, indépendamment de l'organisme formateur (association ou établissement public). La pratique des prompts secours (c'est-à-dire équipe constituée avec matériel intervenant spécifiquement sur du secours à personne) est également cadrée par les lois et règlements.Les trois types d'acteurs du secourisme sont : les sapeurs-pompiers ; les secouristes bénévoles associatifs ; les ambulanciers privés.Mentionnons également les sauveteurs-secouristes du travail (SST), qui font du prompt secours en entreprise bien qu'intervenant seul et sans matériel (niveau équivalent à la formation de base du grand public, le PSC1).
  • See also : Certified First Responder and Emergency medical responderIn France, the pre-hospital care is either performed by first responders from the fire department (sapeurs-pompiers, most emergency situations) or from a private ambulance company (relative emergency at home), or by a medical team that includes a physician, a nurse and an ambulance technician (called "smur"). The intermediate scale, the firefighter nurse (infirmier sapeur-pompier, ISP), is only a recent evolution and is performed by nurses specially trained acting with emergency protocols; these nurses are the French equivalent of the paramedics. The first responders are thus the most frequent answer to emergency calls.First aid associations (about 15 nationwide associations, including the French Red cross, St John ambulance, order of Malta and the volunteers of the Civil protection) also train their volunteers as first responders; the top diploma (PSE 2) is exactly the same as the firefighters. They usually act in preventive first aid post, e.g. for concerts, sporting or cultural events.The volunteers first responders can take part of an emergency rescue team in case of disaster; due to the bad response time (usually some hours to gather the teams), they usually deal with minor casualties, but could theoretically act in first line. In some places (e.g. in Paris), the volunteers take part of the public rescue and partly replace the firemen during the weekends.
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  • En France, le secourisme est cadré par les lois et réglements. Le contenu des formations officielles et la formation des formateurs est définie de manière nationale, indépendamment de l'organisme formateur (association ou établissement public).
  • See also : Certified First Responder and Emergency medical responderIn France, the pre-hospital care is either performed by first responders from the fire department (sapeurs-pompiers, most emergency situations) or from a private ambulance company (relative emergency at home), or by a medical team that includes a physician, a nurse and an ambulance technician (called "smur").
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  • Secourisme en France
  • Certified First Responder in France
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