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- First Aid Course
- Wounds, Abrasions & Bleeding
- Road Accident
- Smoke & Fumes
- Electrical Injuries
- Anaphylactic Shock
- Heart Attack
- Strains & Sprains
- Spinal Injury
- Burn: Electrical & Chemical
- Insect bites & stings
- Take Exam
- If a wooden stick is unavailable, place a piece of rope or cord around the victim's ankles or under victim's arms and then pull away from the electrical source.
- If a wooden stick or rope is unavailable then pull the victim by any loose, dry clothing (sleeve , pant leg or hem of shirt) being careful not to touch the body. Remember , you risk electrocution by touching the victim's body.
- Once the power is off, evaluate the victim's for breathing and pulse.
- Begin CPR if the victim has no pulse or is not breathing.
- Call 911 emergency medical services
- All victims of electric shock need medical assistance. Internal injuries may have occurred that are not visible.
- Arrange to take or send the victim to a hospital so that he or she may be evaluated by professionals
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