Attention Students: This is an editable word document. This word copy of assessment is for student to work offline. Please DO NOT upload this document in Student Hub. You can copy and paste answers from this word document to your online assessment. Assessments Student : Sharanjeet Kaur - S1814386 Course : Diploma of Nursing Course Offer : 18VDONB6 Course Unit : HLTAID003 Provide first aid Assessment type : Theory Assessment 1. Refer to the Work Health and Safety Regulations 2011 and identify any 3 (three) specific obligations placed on the persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) regarding first aid provision in the workplace. 2. What is the duty of care of a trained first aider or trained volunteer in a first aid situation? (In 30-50 words). 3. What is the duty of care recommendation by the Australian and New Zealand Committee on Resuscitation (ANZCOR) for healthcare professionals who are off-duty in a first aid situation? (In 30-50 words). 4. Differentiate between expressed and implied consents and provide an example of each for these 2 (two) types of consents in the context of provision of first aid (in 60-80 words). 5. Identify 2 (two) legal factors that determine whether first aid could be provided without consent (reference- ARC Guideline 10.5 - Legal and Ethical Issues Related to Resuscitation). 6. Identify 5 (five) destressing strategies you could implement following an emergency situation. 7. Briefly describe the importance of debriefing following an emergency situation (in 20-40 words). 8. Briefly describe the recommended method to assess a collapsed person's response (in 30-50 words). 9. Identify parts of the human rib cage indicated in the following diagram. 10. Identify 2 (two) anatomical and physiological changes occurring to the upper airway of an unconscious person lying on their back. 11. What happens to the casualty's vital organs during cardio-pulmonary resuscitation? (In 20-40 words). 12. What is the recommended rate of CPR? 13. Provide 3 (three) situations where you could cease providing CPR to a casualty. 14. Identify the 4 (four) links within the chain of survival. 15. Briefly describe how you could conduct a visual assessment of the casualty as part of the secondary survey (in 40-60 words). 16. Briefly describe how you could conduct a verbal assessment of the casualty as part of the secondary survey (in 40-60 words). 17. What is the potential need for stress-management techniques following an emergency situation, especially for the first-aid provider or bystander? (20-40 words) 18. Briefly describe what a first aid provider should look, listen and feel for when assessing breathing.( 30-60 words) 19. Briefly describe the specific first aid management of the following scenarios adequately referring to the ARC guidelines. 19.1 An adult casualty suffering thermal burns from a direct heat contact (in 60-80 words): 19.2 An adult casualty suffering from crush injury on the chest (due to heavy falling debris) (in 60-80 words each): 19.3 An adult casualty with a medical warning bracelet for diabetes mellitus and presenting with symptoms of hypoglycaemia (in 50-70 words): 19.4 Dislocations:(50-70 words) 19.5 A drowning adult casualty:(50-70 words) 19.6 Hypothermia:(50-70 words) 19.7 A conscious casualty suffering from heat exhaustion and dehydration: (50-100 words) 19.8 Heat stroke: (50-100 words) 19.9 Scald injury of eyes: (50-80 words) 19.10 Bleeding left ear after diving: (50-100 words) 19.11 A child experiencing febrile convulsions:( 50-100 words) 19.12 Management of epilepsy (the first seizure episode lasted for five or more minutes and a second seizure quickly followed the first): (50-100 words) 19.13 A casualty in shock following severe bleeding: (50-100 words) 19.14 Casualties suffering from sprain, bruise and strain (50-80 words) 19.15 A casualty presenting with sudden (acute) facial weakness, arm weakness, difficulty in speaking: (50-100 words) 19.16 A casualty who is found in a confused state following a fall (suspected head injury):(50-100 words) 19.17 A conscious casualty suffering neck and spinal injuries following a bicycle incident: (50-100 words) 19.18 A casualty suffering from an accidental needle stick injury from a syringe used by another person: (50- 100 words) 19.19 A conscious casualty who mistakenly ingested a poisonous substance: (50-80 words) 19.20 A conscious casualty who has inhaled a toxic substance (50-80 words): 20. Identify the piece of good Samaritan™ legislation relevant to your State/Territory. Briefly outline the application of the identified Act in the provision of first aid (in 30-50 words). 21. Is gasping™ a normal respiratory pattern? How could you describe gasping? (In 20-40 words). 22. What happens to a casualty™s upper airway with the head tilt/chin lift manoeuvre? (In 20-30 words).