1.List three workplace policies and procedures that are appl
1.List three workplace policies and procedures that are applicable… 1.List three workplace policies and procedures that are applicable to scene management. For each one, explain why they are important. 2. List three Acts relevant to your state or territory that are applicable to your work in managing the scene of an incident.3. briefly outline what the Paramedicine Board of Australia’s Code of Conduct states about privacy and confidentiality.4. briefly outline what the Paramedicine Board of Australia states about patients’ rights to informed consent, including patients who are unable to give consent.8. Explain how communicating with dispatch can help you gather information about the scene prior to your arrival.11. Explain the purpose of the ‘fend off’ position upon arrival at a scene.12. the pit crew method is a well taught and practised model of care for use in CPR. This model has key roles that are transferable between officers. Explain how this concept would be translated into the management of a scene and discuss the associated benefits of this.13. Explain the concept of the ‘staging area’.14. List three potential hazards you might encounter when attending the scene of a vehicle that has struck a power pole in a busy shopping strip. For each potential hazard, explain how they could impact access and egress.15. In a multi-vehicle collision, outline the main steps responders would take to make the scene safe.16. Assume that one of the people in the multi-vehicle collision is suspected to have a weapon. What procedure must you follow to keep yourself and your team safe? 18. outline the key protocols of the clinical practice guidelines that relate to working with agitated, combative or non-compliant patients. 19. Emergency sedation should only be performed at what point?20. Explain the purpose of the Sedation Assessment Tool (SAT).22. List the two (2) sided document you must complete when a patient with ABD needs to be sedated. NOTE: You must list both sides of this document.23. Define each of the three (3) safety zones in relation to patient de-escalation. Zone 1, Zone 2, Zone 3.24. Assume you are dealing with an aggressive patient. List three (3) things you can do to keep yourself as safe as possible (within Zone 1). 25. explain the 7% – 38% – 55% communication rule26. explain the three (3) steps of de-escalation27. outline the key protocols of the clinical practice guidelines that relate to patient refusal of transport.28. Outline the role of the following emergency services and allied agency personnel when at the scene of an incident. Also indicate at least one limitation of each service. (Police, Fire, SES, Surf live saving, Volunteer marine rescue).29. Identify two (2) other allied health services that could be contacted and their role/function.30. Outline six (6) common considerations you need to make when managing a scene.31. Explain the purpose of the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards. Which standards are applicable to your work in regards to scene management?32. Assume you are at a scene and are approached by a person who claims they are a qualified health professional. Explain what you must do in this situation.33. Who can approve a deviation from acceptable ambulance services practice, and what responsibility must they take in order to do so?34. For the situation in33, what information does the responding officer need to record, and where must they record it? 35. Assume you are at a scene where a health professional is taking actions or making decisions that you believe could put yourself, your team and your patients at significant risk. Explain the procedure you need to follow to handle this situation.36. Under what circumstances is a medical escort required?37. When a medical escort is provided, what procedures must the ambulance officers put in place?38. explain what an environmental hazard is 39. List three (3) items of personal protective equipment that a responder should utilise when attending a standard call out.41. You have been called to a private residence for reports of several people attending a gathering that are feeling unwell. On arrival, each person is complaining of sudden headache, nausea and breathing difficulties. On further scene assessment you immediately identify two (2) people are unconscious in the main lounge with a gas BBQ located inside. a) What information have you obtained in the case information and observations on arrival that causes concern for your own safety and the team’s welfare?b) What measures would you employ to safeguard yourself, your partner and others on scene?42. explain what measures you can employ to ensure that you identify ‘on scene’ hazards?’43. When approaching a potential crime scene, explain what additional precautions would you apply.44. define the following risks, providing a common example found in the workplace for each. (Physical risk, Biological risk and healthcare acquired risk)45. Define what is meant by ‘risk assessment’ and the identify the two (2) categories used to establish a level of risk.46. There are many ways in which consequences may be categorised (e.g. people, economy and environmental). Despite the category, they are provided the same ‘level’ descriptors. List the five (5) different levels used to illustrate risk consequence.47. The outcome of the risk evaluation process is to assign a priority to each risk based on its risk level and confidence associated with that risk. The priority is a level from one (1) (lowest priority, requiring monitoring and maintenance of existing controls) to five (5) (highest priority, requiring the highest level of attention). provide a definition of risk priority two (2).(Risk matrix located in Q Paramedical Module48. What risk priority rating would you give the following? (Risk Matrix located in Q Paramedical Module): a) Risk of tripping on a lifted floorboard unlikely to occur causing insignificant injuriesb) Risk of being hit by are vehicle whilst attending an accident site. Very rare in likelihood but with catastrophic injuries c) Risk of back injury due to transferring of a large patient on a slippery surface. Likely to occur with major injuries49. identify and write brief explanation of the risk treatment hierarchies. Health Science Science Nursing HEALTH 1000
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