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First Aid At Work - End Of Course Exam

Hello there,

You've learned everything we have to teach you and now it is time for your end of course, multi-choice question paper. Below are a couple of pointers before you get started.

1: Each question has five possible answers to choose from. Only one answer is correct.

2: There are 25 questions in total. You can go back and change your answers if you change your mind part-way through or before clicking submit.

Good luck!

Q1: How far should you depress the chest when doing chest compressions on an adult during resuscitation?*
Q2:What is your action plan for managing an incident?*
Q3: How long should the check of a casualty's breathing last for?*
Q4: What is likely to have caused an incised/clean cut wound?*
Q5: Why should we always place an an unconscious casualty in the recovery position?*
Q6: A work colleague has lost part of their finger in an accident. What should you do with the digit?*
Q7: What should you do when you find a foreign object embedded in a wound?*
Q8: A visitor to your workplace is complaining of gripping chest pains, which is spreading to their jaw and down the left arm; shortness of breath, pale face, a rapid but weak pulse that was brought on by over exertion. The person begins to recover with rest. What is it that they are suffering from?*
Q9: What is the correct name for a burn that appears black, charred and waxy?*
Q10: A diabetic colleague starts to become hypoglycaemic; what can you do for them?*
Q11: What is the normal pulse rate over one minute for an average adult at rest?*
Q12: What should you suspect if soon after applying a dressing to a wound, the skin turns pale or blue-grey in colour; is also cold to touch as well as the casualty feeling tingling or numbness in that part of their body?*
Q13: If blood comes through the initial dressing on a wound, what should you do?*
Q14: How should you treat a partial thickness burn to the arm caused by hot cooking fat?*
Q15: How long should you keep a cold compress in place to reduce bruising and swelling?*
Q16: What is the very first thing you should after discovering that a casualty is not breathing normally?*
Q17: A casualty has fallen heavily on their outstretched arm. They have pain in their shoulder and whilst supporting their elbow are tilting their head to the injured side. What injury do you suspect?*
Q18: A casualty has had a bang to the head and briefly lost consciousness for no more than a minute. After a short period of disorientation they start to recover. What should you do?*
Q19: A colleague whom you know suffers from epilepsy is about to suffer a seizure. What should you do first?*
Q20: You are dealing with a conscious casualty whom you suspect is having a heart attack. After call for an ambulance you should put them in which position?*
Q21: A visitor to your workplace suddenly collapses. They are conscious but unable to speak, they are dribbling, confused, frustrated and unable to move on one side of their body. They also have a sudden and severe headache. What do you suspect they are suffering from?*
Q22: Which of these casualties would you go to first?*
Q23: A conscious casualty has suffered internal injuries, which has caused them to go into shock. What position should you place them into?*
Q24: In what position should you place a conscious casualty who is suffering from anaphylactic shock?*
Q25: On a hot day, one of your colleagues has become unconscious due to fainting. What do you do?*

You are now at the end of your 25 question exam - congratulations. When you click submit, your trainer will mark your answers and inform you of your results shortly.

Now go and grab a cuppa and relax!

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