First Aid - ucop.edu

First Aid Awareness University of California Office of the President First Aid Safety Meeting Topic Use of UCOP first aid kits General awareness on what to do if: You have minor injuries; Co-workers or family members are injured Safety Meeting Not intended to provide formal certified first aid training University of California Office of the President

First Aid Kits UCOP first aid kits Installed in common areas Size of the first aid kits: Large (Areas up to 75 persons) Medium (Areas up to 50 persons) Periodically replenished by vendor Self-administering University of California Office of the President UCOP First Aid Kit Contents

Bandages (Various Sizes) Roller Gauze & Gauze Pads Sterile Dressings & Tape Antiseptic Swabs, Spray, & Towelettes Finger Splint, Tweezers, & Scissors Burn Gel & Spray Antibiotic Ointment Eye/Skin Buffer/Flushing Solution Ice Pack Nitrile Gloves CPR Mask

University of California Office of the President General Guidance for Injuries Remain calm Take time to assess the situation and hazards (Avoid tunnel vision) Call 9-1-1 ASAP if serious Using a Cell Phone call the 9-1-1 Equivalent local phone number After calling 9-1-1 contact Building Security to initiate internal response University of California

Office of the President Cell Phone 911 Equivalent Local Emergency Numbers Add the seven-digit 911 Equivalent local phone number to your cell phone address book Contact Name: Oakland: 510-777-3211 Berkeley: 510-981-5911 Sacramento: 916-732-0100 San Francisco 415-553-8090 UCSB Police 805-893-2221

University of California Office of the President 911 Equivalent Oakland Phone Number: 1-510-777-3211 General Guidance Learn CPR! - Training Request Link: http://www.ucop.edu/facil/pd/emergprep/aed.html Suspect Spinal/Neck Injuries Do NOT move the person (unless extreme danger) Always

Trust Your Own: Initiative; Good Judgment; and Common Sense University of California Office of the President Bleeding Direct Pressure Steady firm pressure Clean cloth or bandage Avoid contact Maintain Pressure on Wound 15 Minutes

Apply more layers if needed Elevate down) extremity if no fractures (Lie e University of California Office of the President Burns First Degree Burn Minor redness Run cold water over burn for >5 minutes (No ice or ointments!) Second

Degree Burn Blistered skin Do Not Break the Blisters If the Blisters Break: Clean & apply antibiotic ointment Cover with sterile dressing Change dressing every day Third Degree Burn Charred skin Call 9-1-1 immediately University of California Office of the President Poisoning Identify the ingested substance

Container or Clues: Stains, Odors, etc. Contact Poison Control Center 1-800-222-1222 for Advice or 911 Induce Vomiting? Do NOT induce if unconscious or the person ingested corrosives or caustics If Vomiting - Roll onto their side for drainage (Recovery period) University of California Office of the President Cellular Phone ICE

Add ICE (In Case of an Emergency) phone number to your cell phone address book Provides contact person for you in the event of a medical emergency ICE John Doe (Spouse) 1-510-555-5555 University of California Office of the President

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