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1. You arrive at a scene of an accident. A passenger is bleeding badly from an arm wound. What should you do?

A. Apply pressure over the wound and keep the arm down
B. Dab the wound
C. Get them a drink
D. Apply pressure over the wound and raise the arm


2. At an accident a casualty is unconscious but still breathing. You should only move them if

A. An ambulance is on its way
B. Bystanders advise you to
C. There is further danger
D. Bystanders will help you to


3. At an accident a small child is not breathing. When giving a mouth to mouth you should breathe

A. Sharply
B. Gently
C. Heavily
D. Rapidly


4. At the scene of an accident you should:

A. Not put yourself at risk
B. Go to those casualties who are screaming
C. Pull everybody out of their vehicles
D. Leave vehicle engines switched on


5. At an accident you suspect a casualty has back injuries. The area is safe. You should:

A. Offer them a drink
B. Not move them
C. Raise their legs
D. Offer them a cigarette


6. You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle accident. The rider is injured. When should the helmet be removed?

A. Only when it is essential
B. Always straight away
C. Only when the motorcyclist asks
D. Always, unless they are in shock


7. You arrive at an accident. A motorcyclist is unconscious. Your FIRST priority is the casualty’s

A. Breathing
B. Bleeding
C. Broken bones
D. Bruising


8. You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle accident. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious, lying in the middle of the road. The first thing you should do is:

A. Move the rider out of the road
B. Warn other traffic
C. Clear the road of debris
D. Give the rider reassurance


9. You arrive at the scene of an accident. There has been an engine fire and someone’s hands and arms have been burnt. You should NOT:

A. Douse the burn thoroughly with cool liquid
B. Lay the casualty down
C. Remove anything sticking to the burn
D. Reassure them constantly


10. When should you switch on your hazard warning lights?

A. When you cannot avoid causing an obstruction
B. When you are driving slowly due to bad weather
C. When you are towing a broken down vehicle
D. When you are parked on double yellow lines


11. On the dual carriageway the hard shoulder should be used

A. To answer a mobile phone
B. When an emergency arises
C. For a short rest when tired
D. To check a road atlas


12. You arrive at an accident where someone is suffering from severe burns. You should:

A. Apply lotions to the injury
B. Burst any blisters
C. Remove anything stuck to the burns
D. Douse the burns with cool liquid


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