Depends on the severity of the accident. But for most pool accidents, you should call 911 and they will help you with any emergency steps that need to be taken.
Even if you pull the kid out and they appear to be fine they should be checked out in the emergency department as they can react later when water gets into their blood vessels from the lungs.
I was told this when my own son was pulled out of a pool. He was fine but not all kids are.
If it is severe enough to call 911 then you probobly don't know what exactly happened to cause the condition. For example if the kid is floating face down in the pool you don't know if he maby hit his head or suffered a spinal injury. 1. your first priority is establishing an airway, this superceeds any other concern including the danger of risking worse spinal injury by moving patient. send someone to call 911 while you turn patient face up trying to keep head inline with body if possible. check for breathing, if not breathing give 2 rescue breaths, remember small children have small lungs so don't blow too hard, Check for a pulse. if patient has a pulse you do not need CPR, DO NOT GIVE CHEST COMPRESSIONS IF PATIENT HAS A PULSE. if pulse is present continue giving rescue breaths 1 every 3 to 5 seconds. If patient vomits clear the airway and continue if not breathing on their own. If a pulse is absent you will need to perform CPR. You need to take a class on CPR because if it is done wrong you can seriously injure or kill your patient. if you get on the phone with an emergency operator stay on line with them till the medics arrive also they can talk you through the processes needed. You can take a CPR and first aid class at a local red cross in just a few hours and for about 60 bucks. you will be so glad you did it if you ever need it, you don't want to be there with your injured child and be helpless to do anything.ADDITIONAL IDEAI learned something surprising in CPR class--if someone appears to be drowning, you can startrescue breathing IMMEDIATELY--you don't have to get the water out of them like you see on T.V.ANY air you can get into their lungs, regardless of water in their mouth or lungs, may bejust enough oxygen to save their life..
The best way to save yourself from an accident in school is to listen to the instructions of the teachers. Make sure you know the emergency procedures and have practiced the drills. In the case of an emergency following what you learned in the drills and listening to the teaches is the best bet.
Emergency Operations Plan
The Standard Operating Procedures includes Emergency Action Plans which specify criteria for activating emergency operations centers.
Try a compress a water soaked cotton wool and bandage placed over the swelling to reduce it or give immediate relief. If this fails speak to your pharmacist or family doctor about the appropriate treatment. If the swelling is due to an accident rather than a medical condition you should seek urgent medical advice from an Accident and Emergency Department or Emergency Treatment Room.
To receive appropriate medical treatmentTo document the accident should you be unable to perform your job as a resultTo receive workers compensation/medical leave/payment for medical treatmentFor general safety--procedures and processes can be reviewed and corrected
Contact the the emergency services hotline and file a complaint. Get the details of the emergency services personnel, involved in the accident.
Yes u should
Call 911 or your emergency number.
Such as: local work procedures, codes of practice or guidance, the severity of the accident or injury that the hazard may cause.
If choking is due to allergic reaction or infection, people should summon emergency help or go immediately to an emergency room.
That is dangerously high ! They should be taken to the accident & emergency department immediately !
The first person one should call after a motor accident is someone who offers medical assistance for example an emergency hotline or someone with an ambulance or first aid equipment.
C: there's a medical emergency such that the doctor should not delay treatment in order to seek permission.
This depends on what the accident is. On yourself may require an emergency shower or eye wash. Fumes and other caustics may require a hazmat team. Other things you may simply wipe up or push down a drain. There should be a manual for these sorts of procedures specific to the laboratory, usually posted on a wall outside the lab. Become familiar with it.
In emergency hospitalization the patient is admitted to the hospital in an emergency situations e.g serve abdominal pain, heart attack, accident etc. In such case the insurance company should be intimated within 48 hours of admission to hospitalization.
If you are experiencing short-term memory loss following a motorcycle accident, you should be in the Emergency Room, not on a computer. You could have a closed head injury.
Nobody but your doctor can tell you what you should or should not do. If this headache is different from any others that you have had, or you are concerned about it, you need to see a doctor. If it is an emergency, get to an emergency room. If it is not an emergency, the best doctor to see for appropriate diagnosis and treatment of headache disorders is usually a headache specialist. There are about 300 of them in the US.
Blue Cheese or Ranch. Both work well.
In any State, with an accident and emergency vehicles in your lane, you should wait for direction from law enforcement or other designated authority on scene. The officer can direct you to cross the double yellow line, because they also control traffic from the opposite direction. But drivers should not take it upon themselves to simply go around the accident--or you could cause a secondary accident.
Depends on whose is at fault in the accident. If you are the one deemed responsible for causing said accident, you should drive away as fast as possible. If your vehicle is no longer capable of operating, you should run as fast as possible away from the scene. Shortly after fleeing the situation, you should call the local police department and report your vehicle stolen.
It could be sprained. You should get it checked out without delay at your local Accident and Emergency department to get it xrayed for proper diagnosis.
Local policies and procedures for dealing with outside agencies Reporting options and victim consent Contacting the SARC or VA
Home emergency kits must contain a variety of items to keep your family safe. Kits should contain contents such as sterile gauze, antiseptic, elastic bandages, a blanket, and a splint. First aid kits should also contain a manual explaining first aid procedures.
Yourself and the cargo you are carrying should be covered under this insurance. It also protects your company from liability in case of an accident or emergency.
All accident should be investigated.