Emergency First Aid. IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Emergency First Aid. IELTS Listening Answers With Audio, Transcript, And Explanation

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Question 1 - 7
Complete the sentences.
Write ONE WORD ONLY for each answer.
It is important for everyone to know simple first aid

After an accident, one must firstly be aware of

After that, the first-aider must

Clearing of airways may not happen when patients

The mouth must be checked for

CPR must be done if breathing is absent or

CPR must be done up to the arrival of

Question 8 - 10
Choose THREE answers from the list and write the correct letter, A-G, next to the questions.
Which THREE pieces of advice does the first-aid officer say are most important?
Have proper equipment
Give regular first-aid training
Have a safety officer
Instil safe behaviour
Put posters on walls
Have safety meetings
Have first-aid boxes

❓ Transcript

Emergency First Aid
Hello, everyone. Now, you know why I'm here. You all work in a factory, and in this environment, there always remains a significant possibility of accidents happening, in which case, first aid will be necessary.
What is first aid? It is the provision of emergency on-site care when an injury occurs, and it is essential for everyone to know, if only simply, the steps which must be followed.
There are, of course, minor injuries which may happen, not needing further medical care beyond the intervention of the first-aider, but you can never be sure, thus the following steps must always be followed.
These can be abbreviated to the words. 'Dr ABC"— in other words. D — R— A —B—C . The 'D' stands for " danger", and that's the first issue to keep in mind. When an accident happens, immediately ascertain that the environment is safe — that, for example, nothing else will fall or break or cause accidents.
If you, the first-aider, are also injured, the problem is even worse. The 'R' stands for ‘respond'. You must then ascertain the best response. Once all the danger has been eliminated, and the distress calls sent out, the appropriate action is, obviously, to help the injured partly.
Alright, that leads to 'A', which stands for "airway". In order to stay alive, all people need to have an open airway to allow breathing. A conscious person will automatically clear their own airway, but if unconscious, this may not happen.
The brain is stopped or hindered from properly directing the body and, obviously, in the worst case, death can result, for this reason, the injured person is normally put into the 'recovery' position — placed on the side, tilling the head back, and ensuring that there are no blockages in the mouth. To free any such blockages, the back can be slapped, or the chest compressed, allowing anything to be spat out.
Now that the airway is free, cheek for 'B' or 'breathing'. If breathing is not happening, or is irregular, the fust-aider may have to assist with what is technically known as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or more commonly. C P R.
This involves breathing for the patient, through mouth-to mouth contact, while periodically massaging the heart through compressions to the chest. This combination allows blood, and oxygen, to flow around the body, keeping the patient alive, hopefully until medics, such as doctors, advanced first-aiders, or ambulance staff, arrive.
Now, it’s certainly good to have know ledge of emergency fust aid. but. obviously, the best situation is simply not to have accidents occur in the first place, for that, you need to be aware of safety issues, but just saying "be aware' does not usually achieve much.
It is more important to have an appointed person whose job is to ensure awareness and work- safety. Safely inspections would obviously be part of their job, whereby they can make sure, for example, that the first-aid boxes are fully equipped.
Another idea is to put posters on the walls, but interestingly, research has proven that these lend to he ignored, becoming just part of the wallpaper— seen, but not put into practice. It is much better if everyone is just instilled to not be reckless, that is, to not rush into situations without thinking about the possibility of accidents, and instilling this mindset is part of the job of the safety officer.
Some other suggestions are ongoing first-aid training, and ‘no accident’ reward or star systems. These have had some success, but nothing beats a regular meeting, say, once a month, in which the subject of safety is brought to the attention of everyone, and any outstanding issues related to this are thoroughly discussed.

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smiley16 Loại từ cần điền là danh từ, đi với first aid

=> Biết đáp án sắp tới khi nghe "What is first aid?" smiley5 Nghe thấy "it is essential for everyone to know [...] the steps which must be followed"

=> Mọi người đều cần phải biết các bước cần làm theo (essential = important) => Đáp án: steps check

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