You arrive at the scene of an accident and determine which victims
have received injuries requiring immediate attention.
instructions received at the first aid class, you
first cover and keep the victim warm and then proceed to stop the
breathing stoppage cases.
treat burn injuries immediately and
difficulty in breathing.
prepare splints for individuals with fractures and then aid the
breathing stoppage victims.
While working on a pole carrying high-voltage line, a lineman contacts
a wire and is shocked. The lines carry about 20,000 volts. A rescue
attempt may be made
by using rope.
by using rubber gloves.
by using green or dry poles.
after the circuit is broken.
Assume that you are completing some line work on a pole and a 10,000
volt wire comes in contact with a telephone line.
You are wearing
rubber gloves and your initial attempts fail to separate the wires.
You now attempt to separate them
with the damp hand line.
by cutting the primary wire.
by cutting the telephone line.
by pulling hard on the power line while holding on to the guy