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FHM TRAINING TOOLS. This training presentation is part of FHM’s commitment to creating and keeping safe workplaces. Be sure to check out all the training programs that are specific to your industry. First Aid and CPR Example Program. When to Call 911.

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Fhm training tools

FHM TRAINING TOOLS

This training presentation is part of FHM’s commitment to creating and keeping safe workplaces.

Be sure to check out all the training programs that are specific to your industry.


First aid and cpr example program

First Aid and CPRExample Program


When to call 911

When to Call 911

  • Any life threatening or injury situation

  • If you are light headed and think you may lose consciousness

  • Alone in the facility and seriously injured

  • When someone is injured seriously


When to call a posted first aider

When to call a Posted First Aider

  • Any time there is an injury or when someone may need First Aid or CPR

  • Any time someone is feeling ill or needs to use the First Aid room

  • If you notice any type of irregular behavior in your coworker

  • If any employee changes behavior dramatically


Get help as quickly as possible be aware of your own condition

Get Help as Quickly as Possible Be Aware of Your Own Condition

  • Are you dizzy ?

  • Light headed?

  • Chilled and sweating?

  • Shortness of breath ?

  • Pain in center of chest spreading to neck, shoulder or arms?

  • Something gets caught in your throat

  • Sudden weakness/numbness of the face

  • Loss of speech / trouble talking or understanding speech

  • Sudden severe headache

  • Are you diabetic? Eating or checking your blood sugar?

  • Are you allergic to certain things / been stung by a bee before?


How to summon your posted first aider

How to Summon YourPosted First Aider

  • We are trained to help

  • Pick up the nearest phone

  • Dial ??? - company wide page

  • Red Sticker below phone display states location of emergency

  • Call Operator - ‘0’

  • Yell - “Help”


Know who your posted first aiders are

John Smith

Sally Jones

Sam Johnson

Peter Washington

Know WhoYourPosted First Aiders Are


Time is critical d o what you can before the unexpected happens

Time is CriticalDo What You Can Before the Unexpected Happens

  • Complete a Med card so First Aiders know your condition ahead of time and can prepare (See HR for the Med card)

  • Taking medications? - keep a list in your pocket

  • Let us know any special needs for your condition

  • Update information and the emergency contact info in Human Resources 2 times per year


Help your posted first aiders

Help Your Posted First Aiders

  • If a posted First Aider asks for your help - listen, and do what is asked

  • Call 911 - it is OK to call more than once

  • If you aren’t needed - stay out of the way

  • Keep others away - keep area clear

  • Help direct emergency personnel

  • Respect the privacy of others


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