Place the casualty's hand which is nearest you up past their head, so that their arm is straight.
Place the casualty's hand which is furthest away from you on their side.
Check that the side nearest you has any objects in their pockets that might injure them when rolling over, or get broken. Do NOT remove any jewellery from the casualty as you could later be accused of theft, and the casualty may become agitated.
Place one of your hands on the shoulder of the casualty which is furthest away from you.
Place your other hand on the hip of the casualty which is furthest away from you.
Place your knees into the arch of the casualty's back.
Pull the casualty towards you.
Catch the Head when you have pulled them half-way over.
Lower the hand which is past their head so that it is next to their side.
Citation: Handley, A.J. (2006). Life Support: Basic Skills to Save Lives. Broom: Royal Life Saving Society (UK).