First aid safety:


First aid refers to medical attention that is usually administered immediately after the injury occurs and at the location where it occurred. It often consists of a one-time, short-term treatment and requires little technology or training to administer. First aid can include cleaning minor cuts, scrapes, or scratches; treating a minor burn; applying bandages and dressings; the use of non-prescription medicine; draining blisters; removing debris from the eyes; massage; and drinking fluids to relieve heat stress. It's revised recordkeeping rule, does not require first aid cases to be documented. A worker goes to the first-aid room and has a dressing applied to a minor cut by a registered nurse. Although the registered nurse is a health care practitioner, the employer does not have to report the accident because the worker simply received first aid. The selected references below provide more information on first aid. The first aid safety is required in companies, factories, houses etc. the first aid safety should be kept far away from children's hands. The first aid safety should be always in the houses because we can't say when it may require. The first aid safety requires in companies because:
1. Protect the employees
2. Increase employee productivity
3. Promote a safe working environment

First aid products:
1. Bandages and ointments
2. Burn care
3. Eye care
4. Tablets

First aid products should contain everything for treatment of minor workplace injuries and illness.

First aid kits can be prepared in the houses:
For preparing first aid kit in the house you need these things:
1. Adhesive bandages in assorted sizes.
2. Gauze pads and roller gauze in assorted sizes.
3. Adhesive medical tape.
4. Scissors to cut bandages and tape.
5. Thermometer.
6. Tweezers, to remove splinters and ticks.
7. Calamine lotion, for itchy rashes.

Safety for eyes:
We should wear eyeglasses when we ride bikes or vehicles to protect our eyes from dust particles and sunrays. Sunglasses protect our eyes from dusts. We get different eyeglasses in the market for our protection of eyes. Safety glasses with tinted lenses for outdoor use. Eyeglasses are of different types which are; a) welding eyeglasses, b)eyeglasses for outdoor, c)eyeglasses for indoor.

First aid for fractures:
A fracture is any break in the continuity of a bone. Fractures can cause total disability in some cases death. They can most often be treated so there is complete recovery. A great deal also depends upon the first aid the individual receives before...

Travel first aid:
bandages and dressings. Having these items means that if you have to be treated by a doctor or a dentist you know that they will be operating with surgically sterile needles, syringes and scalpels. We should keep pain killers especially for travel...

Why do you need first training?
Trainees should develop skills through the use of manikins and trainee partners. Trainees should be exposed to acute injury and illness settings as well as the suitable response to those settings through the use of visual aids. Training should...

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