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Department of Juvenile Justice Emergency First Aid & CPR This presentation is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care or for Department of Juvenile Justice First Aid and CPR training. All employees must meet the training requirements set forth in DJJ Policies and Procedures

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department of juvenile justice

Department of Juvenile Justice

Emergency First Aid & CPR

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This presentation is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care or for Department of Juvenile Justice First Aid and CPR training. All employees must meet the training requirements set forth in DJJ Policies and Procedures

NOTICE

emergency first aid
EMERGENCY FIRST AID
  • If you are the first on the scene of accident that results in an injury or serious illness, you may be the only link between a victim and emergency medical care. Your role is to take action, whether by providing first aid, seeking medical help or calling 911. Your actions may improve the victims chance of recovery.
  • The following slides will provide specific information from The American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) on basic first aid procedures.
bleeding
BLEEDING
  • Apply direct pressureto the wound(at this time a direct pressure bandage may be used)
  • Elevate(do not further harm)
  • Pressure Point additional pressure may be applied to a pressure point to help reduce bleeding.
care for shock
CARE FOR SHOCK
  • Keep the victim laying down (if possible).
  • Elevate legs 10-12 inches… unless you suspect a spinal injury or broken bones.
  • Cover the victim to maintain body temperature.
  • Provide the victim with plenty of fresh air.
  • If victim begins to vomit - place them on their left side.
  • Call 911.
first aid for sprains and strains i c e
FIRST AID FOR SPRAINS AND STRAINSI-C-E
  • I - Ice, apply a cold pack. Do not apply ice directly to skin.
  • C - Compress, use an elastic or conforming wrap - not too tight.
  • E - Elevate, above heart level to control internal bleeding.
care for dislocations and fractures i a c t
CARE FOR DISLOCATIONS AND FRACTURESI-A-C-T
  • I - Immobilize area. Use pillows, jackets, blankets, etc. Stop any movement by supporting injured area.
  • A - Activate Emergency Medical Services (EMS), call 911.
  • C - Care for shock. See “Care for Shock” slide.
  • T - Treat any additional secondary injuries.
poisoning
POISONING
  • Assess the scene for clues and safety.
  • Get victim away from poison if necessary.
  • Provide care for any life threatening conditions.
  • Check Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
  • Notify medical staff or on-call Doctor.
  • Call the Poison Control Center and 911 when necessary.
cardiopulmonary resuscitation cpr abc s
CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATIONCPR ABC’s
  • AIRWAY - Open the airway with the tilt-chin method.
  • Breath - give two breaths.
  • Check circulation.
  • If there is no pulse or breathing…..(next slide)
cpr continued
CPR Continued
  • … Perform chest compressions.
    • 15 compressions and two breaths.
  • Count = 1&2&3&4&5…&15
  • Call 911.
rescue breathing
RESCUE BREATHING
  • 1 breath every 5 seconds - 12 per minute.
  • Compressions : ventilations = 15:2
remember universal precautions
REMEMBER!!!UNIVERSAL PRECAUTIONS:
  • The routine use of appropriate barrier precautions to prevent skin and mucous membrane exposure when contact with blood or other body fluids of any individual may occur or is anticipated.
  • Universal Precautions apply to blood and to all other body fluids with potential for spreading any infections.
fdjj safety presentations
FDJJ Safety Presentations
  • This Presentation Has Been Adopted by FDJJ as Part of its Safety Awareness Program.
  • The Presentation Was Created/Adapted In Partnership With Other Safety Groups.