First Aid Kit PPT
Use of the First Aid Kit: The intent of the UCOP first aid kits is for use in self-administering type of injuries, such as cuts, burns, splinters, etc. Persons who administer first aid treatment to other persons should receive certified first aid training.
First Aid for General Industry First Aid Kits First Aid/CPR Training Emergency Washing Equipment February, 2011 * * * In Washington State during 2009-2010 there were 234,393 workplace injuries reported.
First Aid Resources. How many here have a first aid kit? When did you last review the contents for quantity, safety, expiration, content? How many here have an AED?
UNIT X FIRST AID TRAINING FOR THE SCHOOL BUS OPERATOR Topics to be discussed: Basic Principles First aid procedures apply only to immediate temporary needs.
Utilization of the Individual First Aid Kit (IFAK) Learning Objectives Terminal Learning Objective Enabling Learning Objectives Trauma Kit Trauma kit to be used only for major bleeding wounds only.
Community First Aid & Safety Consider this: The most important step you can take in an emergency: Bystander’s Part in the Chain of Survival Did you know . . . ?
Basic First Aid Why to know first aid procedures? Lives can be saved by the steps anyone can take until medical help can arrive. First Aid Kits Every office, factory, home and school should have an accessible first aid kit Every kit should have the following items First aid book Band aids of ...
Basic First Aid for Medical Emergencies Slide Show Notes When a serious injury occurs, you have to think and act quickly. Medical assistance may be only minutes away, but sometimes seconds count.
First Aid Wanda Opland Health Careers JAMES VALLEY VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL CENTER Artificial Respirations Brain Damage Airway Assess Breathing Respirations Adult Child / Infant Bleeding Primary technique to stop bleeding Do you remove a soaked dressing?
Title: FIRST AID, CPR, AND PERSONAL SAFETY Author: Gary Wolfe Last modified by: Gary Wolfe Created Date: 9/20/1998 3:04:41 AM Document presentation format
Lesson 1: Wilderness First Aid Kits Emergency Reference Guide p. 15-17 Wilderness and Remote First Aid Kits Objectives: Describe the contents of a Wilderness/Remote 1st Aid Kit Determine how to modify a kit for group size Describe ways to improvise missing/needed items 1st Aid Kit Overview ...
First-aid and CPR requirements for public schools DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRIES WASHINGTON STATE OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
43 Emergency Preparedness and First Aid 43-* Common Illnesses Abdominal pain – a variety of causes Asthma – spasmodic narrowing of bronchi Dehydration – lack of adequate water in the body Diarrhea – can result in dehydration and electrolyte imbalance 43-* Common Illnesses (cont ...
FIRST AID Ali Martin First Responder Certified CPR/AED Certified Oxygen Administration Certified The 3 P’s of First Aid Preserve life Prevent further injury Promote recovery CPR for an Adult If a person has been determined to need CPR Clear the Airway Begin Breathing Begin Chest Compressions ...
Safe Working Procedure – First Aid Learning Objectives: By the end of this program participants will be able to demonstrate their understanding of the measures to be followed , as detailed in the safe working procedure, when providing first aid.
Prepare a personal first aid kit A first-aid kit well stocked with the basic essentials is indispensable. Choose one sturdy and lightweight, yet large enough to hold the contents so that they are readily visible and so that any one item may be taken out without unpacking the whole kit.
Title: First Aid Author: Ed Owens Last modified by: Valued Acer Customer Created Date: 4/16/1999 4:53:16 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)
Basic First Aid The safety modules may be used by anyone with the understanding that credit be given to AgSafe. What is first aid? It is simply those things you can do for the victim before medical help arrives.
First aid is the immediate care given to the injured or suddenly ill until more advanced care is obtained Goals of First Aid Keep victim alive Prevent victim from getting worse Help promote recovery Ensure victim receives medical care First Aid Proper procedures may mean the difference between: ...
Basic First Aid Securing the scene 1. Electrical hazards 2. Chemical hazards 3. Noxious & Toxic gases 4. Ground hazards 5. Fire 6. Unstable equipment Chain of Survival Universal Precautions for Airborne & Bloodborn Pathogens HIV & Hepatitis Fundamentals of First Aid Activate EMS System “911” 1.
First Aid First Steps Know your duty to care You have a duty to give the level of care that you will learn in this course. You have a legal responsibility to act the way a reasonable person with your level of training would act.
FIRST AID IN THE BUSH Cathy Crittenden Guides Queensland Scroggin 2008 HAVE FUN – BE SAFE What is it ? First Aid – the initial emergency care given immediately upon arrival at the scene to an ill or injured person.
Current Vehicle First aid Kit Warrior Aid and Litter Kit A need exists for a vehicle life-saving kit that can be carried on every vehicle traveling in a convoy or on a combat patrol within the current tactical theaters.
Basic Principles of First Aid Chain of Survival Securing the scene 1. Electrical hazards 2. Chemical hazards 3. Noxious & Toxic gases 4. Ground hazards 5.
Have a first aid kit containing protective gloves, bandages, and other basic first aid supplies in your automobile, at home, and at your workplace. Learn basic first aid procedures for treating such conditions as shock, bleeding, burns, ...
First Aid First Aid Day I Objectives Day I Objectives The student with list the Leading Causes of Death The student will be able to list and describe the four Emergency Actions taken at the scene of a accident.
FIRST AID RESPONDING TO EMERGENCIES Focus topics for the lesson What is First Aid? Aims of First Aid Recognising emergencies Responding to emergencies Preparing for emergencies What is FIRST AID?
Chapter 4 * Basics of First Aid 4-1 Consent Responsibilities of First Aid Providers Sizing Up the Scene The Initial Assessment Focused Examination Chapter 4 * Basics of First Aid First aid is the initial help and care provided to a sick or injured person.
Basic First Aid Session Objectives Recognize the benefits of obtaining first-aid and CPR certification Identify proper procedures for a variety of medical emergencies Assist in administering first aid when a co-worker is injured Do no further harm After an accident, immediately move the victim ...
12 Emergency Preparedness and First Aid * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 12-* Common Illnesses Abdominal pain – a variety of causes Asthma – spasmodic narrowing of bronchi Dehydration – lack of adequate water in the body Diarrhea – can result in dehydration and electrolyte ...
Hatchet Survival Kit By: Caitlin McClarence Hatchet The first item I would choose is a hatchet. I chose the hatchet because it is a tool for hunting, safety, and fire.
Providing First Aid & Handling Emergencies: First Aid for Choking, Rescue Breathing, And CPR Chapter 35, Lesson 3 Target Group: 8th grade students
First Aid Precautions. HIV transmission is not likely to occur during a first aid situation. If possible, wash hands before and after care. Avoid coming in contact with another person’s body fluid
Why do we need to know first aid and safety? You can save a life. Prevention of injuries. You would want someone to help you. It is always better to be prepared.
Always carry a first aid kit with you. Being Safe at Home Never tell anyone that you are home alone. Don’t answer the door to anyone that you don’t know. Don’t cook or play with the stove or with matches. Don’t play with cleaning supplies or chemicals.
First-Aid Kit at all meetings. One First-Aid and CPR Certified adult per Level must be present. Girl and Adult Health & Medical History Forms accessible at Troop meeting site. It is most important that the following standards be met at your Troop meeting site.
Preparedness Tip #14 First Aid Kit Take a minute to check your family’s first aid kit and note any depleted items — then, add them to your shopping list. Don’t have a first aid kit? Add that to the list or build a kit yourself.
First Aid kit with an emergency blanket. Emergencies do not always happen where you can quickly obtain medical care. You need to know what to do in the situations Review key points that were discussed in the workshop.
SAFETY MEETING “FIRST AID” RUNNING RIGHT An accident requires prompt and responsible action to help employees who are injured. RUNNING RIGHT Suppose there is an accident here at the job site and a person is bleeding badly.
Self Soothe First Aid Kit. OBJECTIVES. SPECIFIC PATHS. Crisis Survival Network. Keeping It In Perspective. Self-Soothe 1st Aid Kit. OBJECTIVES. O. ne thing at a time. B. e effective. Avoid . J. udgments. Cope with . E. motions. Consider . C. onsequences. Take . T. ime. Use . I. ntrospection. Act ...
Survival and First Aid Key Topics Importance of Planning and Preparation Survival Skills Topographic Maps and Compasses Coping With Extreme Weather Basic First Aid Objectives You should be able to…
Welcome to First Aid Skills Discovery Ranger Workbook Pages 195-209 Leaders Red Merit Reference Pages 169 - 199 Lesson Two Lesson Three Lesson Four
First Aid Kit * It should be placed in a visible location near the center of the activities. Everyone should be aware of its location. First Aid Kit Where should a first aid kit be placed? * Lesson 5 Review Questions T F 26.
Sleeping Bag First Aid Kit Shovel I packed a shovel in my survival kit, because shovels could be used to build traps for animals. Another good thing about bringing a shovel in my survival kit is using it to make an underground storage.
To replace Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) for group- or unit-level stress injuries For individual first aid for stress injuries (the psychological equivalent of an individual first aid kit) As a set of tools for leaders, ...
SER.# 055442 REG.# NG2VP5 1. Plugger SER.# 2. SINCGARS Radios SER.#’s 050601A/051026A 3. Fire Extinguisher 4. First Aid Kit 5. POL 6. Team Box (Man Pack SER.#
Wilderness Survival Merit Badge April 20, 2010 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The Details Date: April 30 – 2 May Place: Kensington Time: Leave Friday afternoon Requirement #1 Show that you know first aid for and how to prevent injuries or illnesses likely to occur in backcountry settings ...
Canine Search Specialist Training Unit 12: Canine First Aid Roles in Task Force Handler’s Responsibilities Know your dog Know assessment and first aid Know restraints and holds Know when to treat Know when to euthanize Be there to help fellow handlers Roles in Task Force (continued ...
Go Kit Work Gloves T-shirt Socks Small change Pen, paper, pencil Flashlight Back pack or bag First aid kit The Drill Activate mobilization plan – lessons learned Mobilize at church Arrive at “staging area” – Ramsey Cty. Law Enforcement Center in St. Paul The Drill Briefing by I.C. ...
Grand prix Toronto 2012 Basic First Aid RENE VILLENEUVE & PAUL BARANAY Disclaimer This is not a training qualification, but a quick overview. It is under the assumption you do not know any First Aid.