When you see an emergency you should?
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YOu should move a victim if the current environment is dangerous to the victim or to responders. . You may move victims who can tolerate the move to staging or triage areas. …. You must move a victim as part of the evac process if further treatment is required.
Make sure they can pass by your vehicle. Follow instruction if there is any. If you're in the way : GET OUT OF THE WAY. If you're waiting at a red light, carefully and s…lowly engage yourself so that the emergency vehicle can pass. Other road users will be warned by the siren. In most country, willingly blocking an emergency vehicle can lead to prosecutions in crime law.
PROTECT - You and the others. ALERT - The appropriate emergency service. RESCUE - Without taking any risk.
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Take a deep breath -or three- and survey the scene... swivel your head 360 degrees to take in all angles leading toward the area of concern... FIRST Ensure that YOU are… safe. Second Ensure that others are not endangered. Ask the victim if they want help. They might refuse. Lightly shake them (by the shoulder or foot) if they are unresponsive. Shout! ' Help, somebody call 9-1-1' loudly! If they are unconsious, a 'yes' answer is implied, and the Good Samaritan laws will protect you. If they are not breathing, lay them on their back and initiate the CPR procedures, if you have been trained. Once you begin CPR, you CANNOT stop until medics arrive, so GET HELP FROM A PASSERBY. Of course, if it's a non-life-threatening emergency, be sure to tell the operator the nature of the emergency.
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If it has sirens and lights on, you need to get out of its way!!!
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I tend to look around to see where there is room in traffic for meto pull over. You don't need to do this right away, but keep an eyeout.
If an emergency vehicle has its lights or sirens all, you must makeevery effort to get out of its way and pull off the side.
While remaining cognizant of your own and others safety, ifpossible make sure that there is a path for the emergency vehicleto proceed.