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First Aid – Responding To Emergencies Interactive



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  • 1. First Aid - Responding to Emergencies Sean Wenger ED 205 Section 1 Quit
  • 2. First Aid - Responding to Emergencies
    • Section 1 Section 2 Section 3
    • If Not You What To Survey
    • Then Who? Look For The Scene
    Jump to Section 1 Jump to Section 2 Jump to Section 3 Quit
  • 3. First Aid – Responding to Emergencies Section 1 If Not You Then Who? Quit
  • 4. Reasons not to Act
    • Other people are present
    • Not knowing what to do
    • Afraid of disease transmission
    • Not knowing what's wrong
    • Fear of legal action
  • 5. Good Samaritan Laws
    • Give legal protection to people who willingly provide emergency care to injured people without accepting anything in return
    • Responds to an emergency and acts with common and reasonable sense
  • 6. Recognizing Emergencies Section 2 What To Look For Quit
  • 7. What to look for
    • Unusual Noises - Screaming, yelling, sudden, loud or screeching sounds
    • Unusual Sights - Broken glass, sparks, smoke, fire, people running to or away from something
    • Unusual Behavior - Unconsciousness, trouble breathing, pale or bluish skin, slurred speech
  • 8. Types of Emergencies
    • Sudden Illness – physical condition that requires immediate medical attention
    • Injury – damage to the body from an external force
    • Life-threatening emergency
    • Non-life-threatening emergency
    • Heart attack or severe allergic reaction
    • Compound or simple fractures
    • Gun shot wound
    • Slip and fall
  • 9. Before Giving Care Section 3 Survey the Scene Quit
  • 10. Survey The Scene Video
    • Check first to make sure you are not putting your self in danger (fire, flood, downed power line, gas leak, falling building).
    • Putting your self in danger could mean that rescuers, will have to help more people and be delayed in response.
  • 11. Before Giving Care
    • Obtain Consent -
    • 1. Who you are
    • 2. Your level of training
    • 3. The care you would like to give
    • Do not give care to a conscious victim who refuses it
  • 12. Contact Information
    • Dial 911 or 1800-222-1222 Poison Control
    • Exact address or location
    • Phone number
    • Your name
    • Number of people involved
    • Condition of victim or victims
    • The care being given
    • Do not hang up until the call taker tells you to
  • 13. First Aid Review Quit Non-life-threatening No Behavior Level of training Sights EMS Yes Life-threatening 1800-222-1222 Injury Scene Noises Good Samaritan Sudden illness Consent
  • 14. Created by Sean Wenger e-mail Creator is a Grand Valley State University student, currently working on a BS in Physical Education, emphasis Professional Instruction K-12 with a minor in Teachable School Health Quit
  • 15. Resources YouTube - Broadcast Yourself. Quit