THE ACTIONS: What you need to DO
First aid situations can be high stress. It is important to train your brain to: Check that they are stable. Call for help, and Care for the person until help arrives.
Ask about your organization’s first aid response procedure in case of an accident. Be ready to call 911 in the case of a severe emergency.
Know where to find first aid supplies in the case of wounds.
A safety committee lead or manager should make sure the location of first aid supplies is prominently posted for everyone to see.
Know what to do if someone is unconscious or unresponsive. The basic principle of first aid is ABC: Airway, Breathing, and Circulation. A first aid class can make you more confident to help someone.