Medical Services and First Aid
Identify the OSHA requirements for medical services and first aid as they relate to the electrical utility industry.
Identify the correct actions to take during an initial response to an accident or first aid situation.
Identify the correct actions to take when providing first aid for the following situations: examining the victim, bleeding, shock, and burns.
Identify the correct actions to take when providing first aid for the following situations: electric shock, head and spinal injuries, and fractures.
OSHA Requirements for Medical Services and First Aid
Initial Response to Injury Situations
First Aid Refresher – Part 1
First Aid Refresher – Part 2
29 CFR 1910.151 Subpart K, Medical Services and First Aid including Appendix A
29 CFR 1910.269 Subpart R, Special Industries, Section (b) “Medical services and first aid.” (Utility General Industry)
1926.951 Medical Services and First aid (Utility Construction)
29 CFR 1926.50 Subpart D Medical Services and First Aid including Appendix A (Construction and General Industry Utility)
Note: Both 1910.260 and the 1926 rules are unified for utilities under 1926.50.
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