To turn the casualty into the Recovery Position, where do you put your hands?
Nearest Hand, Nearest Leg
Furthest Hand, Furthest Leg
Furthest Hand, Nearest Leg
Nearest Hand, Furthest Leg
You arrive on the scene of an accident. What is the first thing you do?
Find a phone to call an ambulance
Check for Danger
Which of the following is a reason for the head to be tilted back?
Prevention of Vomit clogging the airway
Maintaining a clear airway
Ensuring continued blood flow
Prevention of further damage from spinal injury
Helping to clear the nose
When you arrive, how should you position the hand nearest you?
Straight out above the head
Straight out towards you
In a 90o angle (or close to)
Across the body
What would you do if the casualty answered whilst you were checking for response?
Ensure Safety, Continue Recovery Position if appropriate
Call an Ambulance and Walk Away