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accident requires prompt and responsible action to help employees who are
there is an accident here at the job site and a person is bleeding badly.
THE MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN
DO FOR A SERIOUS INJURY IS CALL 911. A
knowledge of simple first aid is also necessary.
It is important to stop the bleeding immediately. Have the victim lie
quietly, then apply direct pressure right on top of the wound with a sterile pad
or the cleanest piece of cloth you can find. Minor wounds such as cuts and scratches should always be
someone should happen to get concrete in their eyes, it is important to act
quickly. The first thing you must do is dilute the concrete by pouring water
into the eyes. Have the victim lie with the head to one side, then have someone
hold the eyes open while you pour water into them.
You may need medical attention if it is severe.
Remember you only have one pair of eyes.
Take care of them by using proper eye protection.
not try to remove a foreign particle embedded in the eye’s surface. Instead,
have the victim lie flat, place a sterile pad over the eye, bandage it in place,
and get medical help immediately. If the particle is under the eyelid or
floating on the surface of the eyeball, you can try removing it with the corner
of a clean piece of cloth. Never rub the eye to get it out.
us review the more important first aid procedures:
MOST IMPORTANT THING YOU CAN DO FOR A SERIOUS INJURY, IS DAIL 911.
first aid for all wounds, even minor ones.
severe bleeding with direct pressure on the wound, preferably with a sterile pad
or clean cloth. Use rubber gloves
for protection if available. There
should be a pair in the first aid kit. Inspect
it regularly and replace used supplies.
eyes that have been splashed with concrete and remove foreign particles with a
clean bit of cloth. If necessary,
get proper medical attention.
you can remember these few rules, you will be able to act in a mature,
responsible way during an emergency.
REMINDER: FIRST AID CASES ARE NOT
CHARGEABLE TO YOU OR THE CREW. DO
NOT BE AFRAID TO GET PROPER MEDICAL ATTENTION.
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