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MySafetyTrainingOnline.com presents First Aid Safety 2012

What Will You Learn in First Aid Safety :

What Will You Learn in First Aid Safety

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Part 1. Introduction to First Aid

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Rule #1 Get Help for All First Aid Injuries – No Matter How Small Introduction to First Aid Kit

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A basic first aid kit is designed for normal, low risk work sites. Here are the contents of a Basic First Aid kit: Introduction to First Aid

Contents of a First Aid Kit:

Contents of a First Aid Kit

Contents of a First Aid Kit (cont.):

Contents of a First Aid Kit (cont.)

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Part II. Your Workplace Hazard Assessment for Proper First Aid Preparedness

Hazard Assessment of the Workplace :

Hazard Assessment of the Workplace

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The following information may provide you with some ideas for developing your kit contents.

Assessing Your Potential First Aid Injury Potential :

Assessing Your Potential First Aid Injury Potential 1. Check your surroundings for potential hazards

First Aid- Potential hazard vs. First aid kit consideration :

First Aid- Potential hazard vs. First aid kit consideration Look for Fall hazard from working on ladders, uneven terrain, etc

First Aid- Potential Hazard/Solution :

First Aid- Potential Hazard/Solution Potential Hazards 1. sunburn 2. biting or stinging insects 3. sprains Solutions for the Hazards

First Aid Hazards & Solutions:

First Aid Hazards & Solutions Potential Hazards 1. snake bite 2. poison ivy, 3. poison oak, poison sumac 4. Cuts

First Aid Hazards & Solutions :

First Aid Hazards & Solutions First Aid hazards 1. electric shock 2. Frostbite or hypothermia 3. Splinters

First aid – Hazards & Solutions:

First aid – Hazards & Solutions WARNING: Always read the labels on poisons for first aid requirements

First Aid Hazards & Solutions:

First Aid Hazards & Solutions First Aid Hazards 1. F ractures 2. Seizures 3. E lectrical shock

First Aid Hazards & Solutions :

First Aid Hazards & Solutions First Aid Hazards 1. chemical burns 2. insects in ear 3. BURNS

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Part 3. Basic Rules of First Aid Treatment

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Many cases have been reported where a small unimportant injury, such as a splinter wound or a puncture wound, quickly led to an infection It is very important for you to get immediate treatment for every injury First Aid Commandments – Rule #1

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CONTROL BLEEDING WITH PRESSURE First Aid Commandments –Rule #2

First Aid Commandments – Control the Bleeding :

First Aid Commandments – Control the Bleeding Bleeding is the most visible result of an injury Each of us has between five and six quarts of blood in our body Most people can lose a small amount of blood with no problem a quart or more is quickly lost, it could lead to shock and/or death .

First Aid Commandments – Control the Bleeding:

First Aid Commandments – Control the Bleeding One of the best ways to treat bleeding is to place a clean cloth on the wound and apply pressure with the palm of your hand until the bleeding stops. 2. You should also elevate the wound above the victim’s heart, if possible, to slow down the bleeding

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TREAT PHYSICAL SHOCK QUICKLY First Aid Commandments

First Aid Commandments – Treat Shock Quickly:

First Aid Commandments – Treat Shock Quickly Shock occurs when the major organs and tissues don’t receive enough oxygen.

First Aid Commandment – Move Only When Necessary:

First Aid Commandment – Move Only When Necessary Never move an injured person unless there is a fire or when explosives are involved. The major concern with moving an injured person is making the injury worse, which is especially true with spinal cord injuries

First Aid Commandments – Moving the Victim:

First Aid Commandments – Moving the Victim If you must move an injured person, try to drag him or her by the clothing around the neck or shoulder area If possible, drag the person onto a blanket or large cloth and then drag the blanket

First Aid Commandments – When Choking – Perform Heimlich Maneuver:

First Aid Commandments – When Choking – Perform Heimlich Maneuver 1. PERFORM THE HEIMLICH MANEUVER ON CHOKING VICTIMS 2. Ask the victim to cough, speak, or breathe. If the victim can do none of these things, stand behind the victim and locate the bottom rib with your hand.

First Aid Commandments – handling a choking victim:

First Aid Commandments – handling a choking victim

First Aid Commandments – Choking Victim:

First Aid Commandments – Choking Victim

First Aid Commandments & Choking Victim:

First Aid Commandments & Choking Victim Place your other hand over your fist and press into the victim’s stomach with a quick upward thrust until the food is dislodged.

First Aid Commandments & Handling Burns:

First Aid Commandments & Handling Burns FLUSH BURNS IMMEDIATELY WITH WATER

First Aid Commandments – Handling Burns:

First Aid Commandments – Handling Burns Flush the burn FIRST. If the victim’s clothing is stuck to the burn, don’t try to remove it. Remove clothing that is not stuck to the burn by cutting or tearing it.

First Aid Commandments – Handling Burn Victim:

First Aid Commandments – Handling Burn Victim

First Aid Commandments – Handling a Burn Victim:

First Aid Commandments – Handling a Burn Victim

First Aid Commandments – heat stroke or heat exhaustion:

First Aid Commandments – heat stroke or heat exhaustion USE COOL TREATMENT FOR HEAT EXHAUSTION OR STROKE

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Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are two different things, although they are commonly confused as the same condition. First Aid Commandments – Heat Exhaustion & Heat Stroke

First Aid Commandments – Heat Exhaustion:

First Aid Commandments – Heat Exhaustion

First Aid Commandments & Heat Exhaustion:

First Aid Commandments & Heat Exhaustion

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The symptoms are usually excessive fatigue, dizziness and disorientation, normal skin temperature but a damp and clammy feeling First Aid Commandments – Heat Exhaustion

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To treat heat exhaustion, move to the victim to a cool spot and encourage drinking of cool water and rest First Aid Commandments – Heat Exhaustion

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And Now A Few Words About Dealing with Heat Stroke – Not to be confused With Heat Exhaustion First Aid Commandments – Heat Exhaustion

First Aid Commandments – Heat Stroke:

First Aid Commandments – Heat Stroke

First Aid Commandments – Heat Stroke:

First Aid Commandments – Heat Stroke

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Fan the victim to provide good air circulation until medical help arrives. First Aid Commandments – Treating a Heat Stroke Victim

First Aid Commandments – Poisoning Victim :

First Aid Commandments – Poisoning Victim Each form of Poisoning has to be handled on an individual basis

First Aid Commandments – Poisoning Victim:

First Aid Commandments – Poisoning Victim The first thing to do is get the victim away from the poison. Then use provide treatment appropriate to the form of the poisoning.

First Aid Commandments – Poison Victim :

First Aid Commandments – Poison Victim If the poison is in solid form, such as pills, remove it from the victim’s mouth using a clean cloth wrapped around your finger

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After checking the area first for your safety, remove the victim from the area and take to fresh air. First Aid Commandments – Handling a Poison Victim

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If the poison is in solid form, such as pills, remove it from the victim’s mouth using a clean cloth wrapped around your finger. First Aid Commandments – Handling a Poison Victim

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Part V. First Aid Pre-Crisis Planning

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My Fellow Americans: Let’s Do These Steps BEFORE a first aid event: Inform Your Co-Workers to get help for any injury or life threatening situation Complete a Med Card so First Aiders can know how to handle your specific situation Update Personal Information & Emergency Contact Information at least twice per year. First Aid Pre Event Planning

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Pre-Event Planning should include: Any medications that you or your co-workers are taking – make a list Know who your CPR people are and keep them trained When the event happens, unneeded people stay out of the way First Aid Pre-Event Planning

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First Aid Pre-Event Rules Dictate: Its okay to call 9-1-1 more than once Those not directly involved may need to direct emergency personnel to the event location Respect the Privacy of Others First Aid Pre-Event

First Aid Summary – Pre Event Planning:

First Aid Summary – Pre Event Planning

First Aid Safety – Handling Emergencies:

First Aid Safety – Handling Emergencies

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