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Q: outline the procedures to be followed if an accident or sudden illness should occur
A: If you are present or come across an emergency situation follow these steps: Ask your supervisor or manager what types of accident and illness are most common in your working environment and make sure you know how to respond to these A ? Assess [ [ situation M ? Make area safe E ? Emergency aid G ? Get help A - Aftermath Assess the situation and environment. Never rush in. Don t touch an
individual who appears to have been electrocuted. ]
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User: outline the procedures to be followed if an accident or sudden illness should occur

Weegy: If you are present or come across an emergency situation follow these steps: Ask your supervisor or manager what types of accident and illness are most common in your working environment and make sure you know how to respond to these A ? Assess [ [ situation M ? Make area safe E ? Emergency aid G ? Get help A - Aftermath Assess the situation and environment. Never rush in. Don t touch an individual who appears to have been electrocuted. ]
chanson1|Points 280|

User: describe practice that prevents fires from starting

Weegy: A workplace emergency is an unforeseen situation that threatens your employees, customers or the public. It may disrupt or shut down your operations. It may cause physical or environmental damage. Emergencies may be natural or manmade. [ [ They include events such as the following: Hurricane Damage Flooding Hurricanes Tornadoes Fire Toxic gas releases Chemical spills Radiological accidents Explosions Civil disturbances and riots Workplace violence resulting in bodily harm and trauma An emergency action plan describes the actions employers and employees must take to ensure safety from fire and other emergencies. Not all employers are required by OSHA to establish an emergency action plan. However, even if you are not specifically required to do so, creating an emergency action plan is a good way to protect yourself, your employees, and your business during an emergency. When developing your emergency action plan, it's a good idea to look at a wide variety of potential emergencies that could happen in or near your workplace. Your plan should be tailored to your work site and include information about all potential sources of emergencies. Developing an emergency action plan means you should do a hazard assessment to determine what, if any, physical or chemical hazards in your workplaces could cause an emergency. If you have more than one work site, each site should have an emergency action plan. ]
chanson1|Points 280|

User: describe practices that prevent fires from starting and spreading

Weegy: Here are ten simple steps that might help to prevent a fire from starting. Fit smoke alarms and make sure they have a BS kitemark. [ Test monthly and change batteries annually. chip-pan fires are the most frequent type of fire - take care and never leave the stove unattended. Always use a proper candleholder, and keep candles away from draughts, or anything flammable. Keep portable heaters away from furniture, furnishings and flammable items, and switch them off every time you leave the house. Buy a fixed fire guard to place around an open fire. Don't use a hot or sparking power tool, and don't leave a soldering iron, or any DIY equipment on and unattended. At night, before you go to bed, unplug all electrical items not in use. Always use correctly rated fuses in all electrical appliances. Avoid using multi-way plug socket adapters, if possible. Never run electrical cables/leads under carpets. Inorder to stop a fire from spreading, perhaps the most simple solution is to make sure all doors, including bedroom ones are kept closed. ]
jeffreymcmillan|Points 260|

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Updated 8/16/2013 4:27:37 AM
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it is best to follow this procedure if an accident or sudden illness happen..
you must do:
>>assessment- of what a person feel and site of pains by asking relevant questions.
>>diagnosis- knowing/diagnosing the level of pain or kind f illness.
>>outcome identification- think of the possible outcome/result of the pain or illness.
>>planning- plan what to do to reduce level of pain the patient feel and the things to do to cure illness.
>>implementation- implement/do the things you have planned to cure a patient.
>>evaluation- evaluate if the intervention you did was effective and efficient.
Added 8/16/2013 4:27:37 AM
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During accidents or sudden illness it is important to be always ready.
if an accident happen, one should not panic.
try calling for help.
do some intervention you know if you have any knowledge on what to do in a certain situation.
Added 8/16/2013 4:17:34 AM
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