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Traffic and/or Accident

1.    

Vehicle stopped, engine turned off.

2.    

Driver ensures that passengers are OK.

3.    

Driver alerts emergency services where required.

4.    

Driver administers first aid where required.

5.    

Driver checks that passengers are as comfortable as possible.

6.    

Arrangements made to rectify vehicle problems where appropriate and arrange for alternative transports to get passengers to destination.

Fire

1.    

Vehicle stopped, engine turned off.

2.    

Driver alerts emergency services where required.

3.    

Fire extinguisher used on vehicle.

4.    

Driver administer first aid where required.

5.    

Driver checks that passengers are as comfortable as possible.

6.    

Arrangements made to rectify vehicle problems where appropriate and arrange alternative transport for passengers to get to destination.

Other Vehicle Emergency Procedures

1.    

Location of fire extinguishers.

2.    

Location of first aid kits and identify trained personnel.

Administer CPR

D        -          Check for Danger/Safety

R         -          Check adult’s Response. If no response call 000

A        -          Clear and open the Airway. Check for normal breathing

B         -          Give 2 Breaths. Recheck for signs of life.

C         -          Give 30 check Compressions followed by 2 more breaths

v

Continue CPR until ambulance arrives or signs of life return.

 

Stop Bleeding

1.    

Apply direct pressure with pad.

2.    

Raise and rest the injured limb.

3.    

Bandage pad firmly in place.

4.    

Do not remove a foreign body.

5.    

Pad either side then bandage.

6.    

If injury severe call 000.

7.    

Apply new dressing if leaking.

Burns

1.    

Cool under running water.

2.    

Remove watch or jewellery.

3.    

Remove hot/wet clothing.

4.    

If victim pale, rest lying down.

5.    

If burn large, seek advice.

6.    

If burn severe call 000.

7.    

Apply dressing, light bandage.

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Do not apply any creams.

 

AMBULANCE REQUIRED

No                                                                       Yes

Fill in Accident Reporting Form                       Call 000 and contact Ambulance

                                                                            Fill in Accident Reporting Form

 

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