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Readyman Presentation

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This presentation combine resources from several I found on the Internet. I was able to make this a 2 meeting achievement with a little homework. The boys enjoyed the hands on.

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Readyman Presentation

  1. 1. Knot Tying be prepared 15 minutes
  2. 2. Flag Ceremony be prepared 10 minutes
  3. 3. Readyman be prepared
  4. 4. Be Prepared “For What?”, “Why, for any old thing” -Baden Powell
  5. 5. -Safe Swim-Prepare to Defendbe prepared and ready
  6. 6. -Safe Swim- Qualified supervisionElements: Physical fitness Safe area Life guards Lookout Ability Groups Buddy System Discipline
  7. 7. -Safe Swim-Name a part of the safeswim defense.
  8. 8. -The Courage Character Connection-
  9. 9. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Strong
  10. 10. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Calm
  11. 11. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Clear
  12. 12. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Careful
  13. 13. -The Courage Character Connection-
  14. 14. -The Courage Character Connection-The Courage CharacterConnection Be Strong Be Calm Be Clear Be Careful
  15. 15. -The Courage Character Connection-Why is it hard? Be Strong Be Calm Be Clear Be Careful
  16. 16. -The Courage Character Connection-Example: tornado Be Strong Be Calm Be Clear Be Careful
  17. 17. -The Courage Character Connection-How can you be courageous?
  18. 18. -Game Time-Marble Droptournament 20 minutes
  19. 19. -Game Time-Marble Droptournament 20 minutes
  20. 20. -First Aid-
  21. 21. -First Aid-First AidThe first help or immediate caregiven someone who has suddenlysickened or been hurt in an accident
  22. 22. -First Aid-First Steps: Safe scene Call for help Treat life-threatening injuries
  23. 23. -First Aid-How can you get help?
  24. 24. -First Aid-Banged up: Bleeding Breathing Heart Attack Poisoning
  25. 25. -First Aid-
  26. 26. -First Aid-Bleeding•Direct pressure with a dressing.•If blood leaks through, apply moreNever remove.•Elevate the wound above the heart nobroken bones.•Roller gauze to secure the dressing,beginning at the distal end, toward heart.•You can twist the gauze to apply morepressure.•No leaking, and no tourniquet effect.•Elevate the wound, and call EMS ortake the patient to the nearest hospital.
  27. 27. -First Aid-Bleeding•Direct pressure with a dressing.•If blood leaks through, apply moreNever remove.•Elevate the wound above the heart nobroken bones.•Roller gauze to secure the dressing,beginning at the distal end, toward heart.•You can twist the gauze to apply morepressure.•No leaking, and no tourniquet effect.•Elevate the wound, and call EMS ortake the patient to the nearest hospital.Stopped Breathing•Head tilt, chin lift•Look, listen, feel•Deliver 2 slow breaths, look for chestto rise•Listen again, begin CPR
  28. 28. -First Aid-Bleeding Heart Attack •Call 911•Direct pressure with a dressing. •1 Large or 4 Baby Aspirin•If blood leaks through, apply more •Give nitroglycerine if the patient hasNever remove. this•Elevate the wound above the heart no •Begin CPR if neededbroken bones.•Roller gauze to secure the dressing,beginning at the distal end, toward heart.•You can twist the gauze to apply morepressure.•No leaking, and no tourniquet effect.•Elevate the wound, and call EMS ortake the patient to the nearest hospital.Stopped Breathing•Head tilt, chin lift•Look, listen, feel•Deliver 2 slow breaths, look for chestto rise•Listen again, begin CPR
  29. 29. -First Aid-Bleeding Heart Attack •Call 911•Direct pressure with a dressing. •1 Large or 4 Baby Aspirin•If blood leaks through, apply more •Give nitroglycerine if the patient hasNever remove. this•Elevate the wound above the heart no •Begin CPR if neededbroken bones.•Roller gauze to secure the dressing,beginning at the distal end, toward heart. Poisoning•You can twist the gauze to apply morepressure.•No leaking, and no tourniquet effect. •Move into fresh air if fumes•Elevate the wound, and call EMS or •Remove anything from the mouthtake the patient to the nearest hospital. •Read the label on the product and contact poison control - 800-222-1222 •If spilled on the clothes, skin or eyes,Stopped Breathing removed clothing and flush the skin or eyes with cool or lukewarm water for•Head tilt, chin lift 20min.•Look, listen, feel •Take poison to the hospital with you.•Deliver 2 slow breaths, look for chest •Don’t give ipecac or induce vomitingto rise•Listen again, begin CPR
  30. 30. -First Aid-Time to practicebanged up benny x4 20 minutes
  31. 31. -First Aid-Bleeding Heart Attack •Call 911•Direct pressure with a dressing. •1 Large or 4 Baby Aspirin•If blood leaks through, apply more •Give nitroglycerine if the patient hasNever remove. this•Elevate the wound above the heart no •Begin CPR if neededbroken bones.•Roller gauze to secure the dressing,beginning at the distal end, toward heart.•You can twist the gauze to apply more Poisoningpressure.•No leaking, and no tourniquet effect. •Move into fresh air if fumes•Elevate the wound, and call EMS or •Remove anything from the mouthtake the patient to the nearest hospital. •Read the label on the product and contact poison control - 800-222-1222 •If spilled on the clothes, skin or eyes,Stopped Breathing removed clothing and flush the skin or eyes with cool or lukewarm water for•Head tilt, chin lift, sweep mouth 20min.•Look, listen, feel •Take poison to the hospital with you.•Deliver 2 slow breaths, look for chest •Don’t give ipecac or induce vomitingto rise•Listen again, begin CPR
  32. 32. -First Aid- 15 minutes
  33. 33. -First Aid-Communicate Let’s see how prepared you are to communicate in an emergency 15 minutes
  34. 34. Knot Tying be prepared 15 minutes
  35. 35. Flag Ceremony be prepared 10 minutes
  36. 36. session 2Readyman be prepared
  37. 37. Quick Review
  38. 38. Be Prepared “For What?”, “Why, for any old thing” -Baden Powell
  39. 39. -The Courage Character Connection-
  40. 40. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Strong
  41. 41. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Calm
  42. 42. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Clear
  43. 43. -The Courage Character Connection-Be Careful
  44. 44. -The Courage Character Connection-
  45. 45. Heimlich Maneuver
  46. 46. -First Aid-Time to practicebanged up benny / Heimlich Maneuver 12 minutes
  47. 47. Rules• No Horseplay• Wait for Akela
  48. 48. Treat for Shock
  49. 49. Treat for Shock Signs •Cool clammy skin •Weak and rapid pulse •Nausea •Lack luster eyes •Loss of conscious
  50. 50. Treat for Shock Signs •Cool clammy skin •Weak and rapid pulse •Nausea •Lack luster eyes •Loss of conscious Treatment •Call 911 •Have person lie down •Check circulation •Keep warm and comfortable •Turn person on side •Treat other injuries
  51. 51. -First Aid-
  52. 52. -First Aid-Cuts and Scratches:•Stop bleeding•Clean wound•Apply antibiotic•Cover with a clean dressing•Get stitches for deep wounds•Watch for signs of infection•Get a teatnus shot
  53. 53. -First Aid- Cuts and Scratches:•Stop bleeding•Clean wound•Apply antibiotic•Cover with a clean dressing•Get stitches for deep wounds•Watch for signs of infection•Get a teatnus shot Blisters•Wash hands and blister•Swab blister with iodine or alcohol•Sterilize a clean, sharp needle•Puncture at multiple sites•Apply antibiotic ointment•Cut away dead skin
  54. 54. -First Aid- Cuts and Scratches: Burns and Scalds•Stop bleeding •Cool burn•Clean wound •Cover with sterile gauze•Apply antibiotic •Take pain reliever•Cover with a clean dressing •Don’t use ice, apply butter or•Get stitches for deep wounds ointments, break blisters•Watch for signs of infection•Get a teatnus shot Blisters•Wash hands and blister•Swab blister with iodine or alcohol•Sterilize a clean, sharp needle•Puncture at multiple sites•Apply antibiotic ointment•Cut away dead skin
  55. 55. -First Aid- Cuts and Scratches: Burns and Scalds•Stop bleeding •Cool burn•Clean wound •Cover with sterile gauze•Apply antibiotic •Take pain reliever•Cover with a clean dressing •Don’t use ice, apply butter or•Get stitches for deep wounds ointments, break blisters•Watch for signs of infection•Get a teatnus shot Major Burn Blisters •Put out fire•Wash hands and blister •Call 911•Swab blister with iodine or alcohol •Don’t immerse in cold water•Sterilize a clean, sharp needle •Check circulation•Puncture at multiple sites •Elevate burned part above heart•Apply antibiotic ointment •Cover the burned area with a cool, moist, sterile bandage•Cut away dead skin •Needs tetanus shot
  56. 56. -First Aid-
  57. 57. -First Aid-Tick Bites•Remove tick with tweezers•Seal tic in jar to show doc•Wash hands•Call doctor: •If can’t get out completely •Develop rash, fever, stiff neck, muscles, joint pain
  58. 58. -First Aid-Snake Bite•Don’t panic•Immobilize bitten extremity•Remove jewelry on that limb•Position so bite below heart•Clean wound, but don’t flush with water•Apply splint•Don’t tourniquet or apply ice•Don’t cut the wound or attempt toremove venom•Don’t drink caffeine or alcohol•Don’t try to capture snake•Call 911 Tick Bites •Remove tick with tweezers •Seal tic in jar to show doc •Wash hands •Call doctor: •If can’t get out completely •Develop rash, fever, stiff neck, muscles, joint pain
  59. 59. -First Aid-Snake Bite•Don’t panic Insect stings•Immobilize bitten extremity•Remove jewelry on that limb •Nausea, facial swelling, difficulty•Position so bite below heart breathing, abd pain, shock are all signs•Clean wound, but don’t flush with water of a reaction.•Apply splint •Move to a safe area•Don’t tourniquet or apply ice •Remove stinger•Don’t cut the wound or attempt to •Apply cold packremove venom •Apply hydrocortisone cream•Don’t drink caffeine or alcohol •Take antihistamine•Don’t try to capture snake •Call 911 for severe reactions•Call 911 •Check for EpiPen •Put feet above head •Loosen tight clothing Tick Bites •Turn person on side •Remove tick with tweezers •Begin CPR •Seal tic in jar to show doc •Wash hands •Call doctor: •If can’t get out completely •Develop rash, fever, stiff neck, muscles, joint pain
  60. 60. •six safety rules you should follow when "driving" a bicycle•wearing safety equipment when participating in sports activities•make a home fire escape plan for your family•explain how to use each item in a first aid kit•tell where accidents are most likely to happen at•six safety rules you should remember when riding in a car•attend a first aid demonstration Share & Tell let’s talk about your homework
  61. 61. -Game Time-Marble Droptournament 20 minutes
  62. 62. -Game Time-Marble Droptournament 20 minutes
  63. 63. Cravat Sling
  64. 64. -First Aid-Time to practicebanged up benny / Cravat Sling 12 minutes
  65. 65. -First Aid-
  66. 66. -First Aid-Sunburn•Take cool bath or shower•Apply aloe vera•Leave blisters intact•Take OTC pain reliever•Don’t use petroleum jelly, butter
  67. 67. -First Aid- Nosebleed•Sit upright and lean forward•Pinch your nose•To prevent re-bleeding don’t pick orblow nose for several hours•For Re-bleeding – blow out forcefully toclear nose of clots and spray both sideswith Afrin. Repeat above•Seek medical attention if brisk bleedinglasts longer than 20 min or if the bleedfollows an accident, fall or injury to yourhead. Sunburn •Take cool bath or shower •Apply aloe vera •Leave blisters intact •Take OTC pain reliever •Don’t use petroleum jelly, butter
  68. 68. -First Aid- Nosebleed•Sit upright and lean forward•Pinch your nose•To prevent re-bleeding don’t pick orblow nose for several hours Frostbite•For Re-bleeding – blow out forcefully toclear nose of clots and spray both sides •Protect skin from further exposurewith Afrin. Repeat above •Get out of cold•Seek medical attention if brisk bleeding •Gradually warm area in warm water.lasts longer than 20 min or if the bleed Don’t use direct heat as these can burnfollows an accident, fall or injury to your area.head. •Don’t walk on frostbitten feet or toes if possible. •If there is any chance the affected areas will freeze again, don’t thaw them Sunburn out. •Seek medical attention •Take cool bath or shower •Apply aloe vera •Leave blisters intact •Take OTC pain reliever •Don’t use petroleum jelly, butter
  69. 69. -First Aid-Survival Stretcher
  70. 70. -First Aid- 15 minutes
  71. 71. -First Aid-Communicate Let’s see how prepared you are to communicate in an emergency 15 minutes

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