SAFETY AND FIRST AID. WHAT TO DO?. ACCIDENT. I shouldn’t have been running!. An unexpected event that can cause someone harm. CAUSES: Forgetting to follow safety rules. Being careless. Random. WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON ACCIDENT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE?. FALLS!.
WHAT TO DO?
An unexpected event that can cause someone harm.
Forgetting to follow safety rules.
4. Take the stairs one at a time.
Something that can cause you harm.
Things in your environment , i.e. broken glass.
2. The result of other
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CARE FOR BLODDY NOSES
* A procedure used to dislodge a foreign body clogging the wind pipe(trachea)
*Providing air for a person that is not breathing but their heart is still beating
*A method of reviving a person who is not breathing and who does not have a pulse
RESCUE BREATHING AND CPR SHOULD ONLY BE DONE BY SOMEONE WHO IS TRAINED TO DO THEM
SPRAINS AND STRAINS and BROKEN BONES:
R—Rest the injured body part
I—Ice the injury
C—Compression– apply pressure to the injury
E--Elevate the injured body part– above heart level
CALL 911 IN NEEDED
Do not induce vomiting.
Call poison control and or 911.
Save the container if possible.
ALWAYS SEEK MEDICAL HELP AFTER ADMINISTERING FIRST AID
*FRACTURE-DON’T MOVE THE INJURED BODY PART, PUT ICE ON IT, CALL 911
Any situation that calls for help right away.
CALL 911----STAY ON THE LINE
DO NOT DO ANYTHING YOU ARE NOT TRAINED TO DO
ALWAYS PROTECT YOURSELF IN EMERGENCIES AND WHEN PROVIDING FIRST AID
Universal Precautions– steps taken to avoid contact with pathogens that are possible in body fluids
*Wash your hands with soap and water
*Don’t eat or drink when giving first aid
*Don’t touch your mouth or nose when giving first aid