When you call for help in an emergency What information should you give the operator quizlet?
When you call for help it is first of all important to make sure your safe and stay calm when talking to a 911 operator, and to give them all the information you can, including your name and location, about the situation.
What information should you give to emergency services when calling?
Give them the details of where you are, including street number, name, nearest cross street, and locality. In rural areas it is important to give the full address and distances from landmarks and roads, not just the name of the property. Don’t hang up until the operator has all the information they need.
What 4 pieces of information should you give to the emergency services?
When you call 999 an operator will ask which emergency service you need.
You will also be asked to give some additional information such as:
- the patient’s age, sex and medical history.
- whether the patient is conscious, breathing and if there is any bleeding or chest pain.
- details of the injury and how it happened.
When calling the emergency system you should inform about?
The phone number you are calling from. The nature of the emergency. Details about the emergency, such as a physical description of a person who may have committed a crime, a description of any fire that may be burning, or a description of injuries or symptoms being experienced by a person having a medical emergency.
What should you have bystanders do if you determine that a person is unresponsive?
Learn first aid for someone who is unresponsive and not breathing
- Check breathing by tilting their head back and looking and feeling for breaths. …
- Call 999 as soon as possible. …
- Give chest compressions: push firmly downwards in the middle of the chest and then release.
What are the 4 P’s to use when calling for help?
THE FOUR P. Control bleeding, lessen shock, give mouth to mouth or heart massage.
What are three 3 things an emergency response 000 operator will ask you for?
If you can’t speak English you can call Triple Zero (000) from a fixed line and ask for ‘Police’, ‘Fire’, or ‘Ambulance’. Once connected you need to stay on the line and a translator will be organised.
What questions does a 999 operator ask?
When you call 999, an operator will ask you which emergency service you require.
Initially, you will be asked four questions:
- Is the patient is breathing?
- What address are you calling from?
- What number are you calling from? (so we can call you back if you get cut off)
- What is the reason for your call?
What can I call 111 for?
What is 111? 111 is a new telephone service brought to you by the NHS. It is the number you should call when you need advice or medical treatment quickly, and you cannot wait for an appointment to see your doctor. If you need emergency medical treatment, you must call 999.
What’s the difference between 111 and 999?
999 is for emergencies and 111 is for non-emergencies.