By Rachel Gould; Martyn Wady
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Always read the manufacturer’s instructions. Dispose of products correctly, according to policy and COSHH (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health) regulations. Replace lids and store products in the correct place. Heavy boxes Incorrect lifting may cause injury. Identify where the box must be moved to and where it can be stored safely. Lift by bending your knees to prevent injury, and seek help where appropriate. Chemicals Chemicals and food must be kept in separate areas to avoid contamination.
Minor cuts Put on protective gloves and apply a sterile dressing to the wound, pressing firmly until the flow of blood abates. If necessary, apply a second dressing on top, but do not remove the first dressing and expose the wound again. Serious cuts Check that there are no objects embedded in the wound. Put on protective gloves and, using a clean towel or cloth, apply pressure to the wound, where possible raising the wound above the level of the heart. If there is an embedded object, press either side of the object, not directly on it.
Check that the person is breathing. Stay with them until medical help arrives. Unconscious person not breathing If there are no obstructions in the mouth or throat and the head is tilted back, but there are still no signs of breathing, perform artificial respiration if you are qualified to do so. Minor cuts Put on protective gloves and apply a sterile dressing to the wound, pressing firmly until the flow of blood abates. If necessary, apply a second dressing on top, but do not remove the first dressing and expose the wound again.