Topics: Incidents, accidents and emergencies

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You lose control of your car and damage a garden wall. No-one is around. What must you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re in collision with another moving vehicle. Someone is injured and your vehicle is damaged. What information should you find out? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You have a collision while your car is moving. What’s the first thing you must do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
What should you carry for use in the event of a collision? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Your vehicle has broken down on an automatic railway level crossing. What should you do first? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
What should you do as you approach a long road tunnel? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re in a tunnel. Your vehicle is on fire and you can’t drive it. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Your vehicle catches fire while driving through a tunnel. It’s still driveable. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Your vehicle breaks down in a tunnel. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
While you’re driving, a warning light on your vehicle’s instrument panel comes on. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re on the motorway. Luggage falls from your vehicle. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
What safeguard could you take against fire risk to your vehicle? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re driving through a tunnel and the traffic is flowing normally. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Before driving through a tunnel, what should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’ve broken down on a motorway. When you use the emergency telephone, what will you be asked for? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re driving on a motorway. When can you use hazard warning lights? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’ve stalled in the middle of a level crossing and can’t restart the engine. The warning bells start to ring. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Your vehicle has a puncture on a motorway. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Your tyre bursts while you’re driving. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You break down on a level crossing. The lights haven’t yet begun to flash. What’s the first thing you should do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’ve broken down on a two-way road. You have a warning triangle. At least how far from your vehicle should you place the warning triangle? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
There’s been a collision. A motorcyclist is lying injured and unconscious. Unless it’s essential, why should you not usually attempt to remove their helmet? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re at the scene of an incident. Someone is suffering from shock. How should you treat them? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, what should you do with a casualty who has stopped breathing? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
A collision has just happened. An injured person is lying in a busy road. What’s the first thing you should do to help? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
A casualty has an injured arm. They can move it freely but it’s bleeding. Why should you get them to keep it in a raised position? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re involved in a collision. Afterwards, which document may the police ask you to produce? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
After a collision, someone is unconscious in their vehicle. When should you call the emergency services? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
A tanker is involved in a collision. Which sign shows that it’s carrying dangerous goods? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, it’s important to look after any casualties. What should you do with them when the area is safe? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, a casualty is unconscious but breathing. When should you move them? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You arrive at an incident. A pedestrian is bleeding heavily from a leg wound. The leg isn’t broken and there’s nothing in the wound. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, someone is suffering from severe burns. What should you do to help them? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, a casualty isn’t breathing. What should you do while helping them to start breathing again? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, a small child isn’t breathing. To restore normal breathing, how should you breathe into their mouth? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. No other vehicle is involved. The rider is unconscious and lying in the middle of the road. What’s the first thing you should do at the scene? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
There’s been a collision. A driver is suffering from shock. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’ve stopped at an incident to give help. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident someone is unconscious. What would your priority be? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You arrive at an incident. There’s no danger from fire or further collisions. What’s your first priority when attending to an unconscious motorcyclist? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You arrive at the scene of a motorcycle crash. The rider is injured. When should their helmet be removed? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re the first person to arrive at an incident where people are badly injured. You’ve switched on your hazard warning lights and checked all engines are stopped. What else should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re the first to arrive at the scene of a crash. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
An adult casualty isn’t breathing. To maintain circulation, compressions should be given. What’s the correct depth to press for each compression? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re going through a long tunnel. What will warn you of congestion or an incident ahead? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
What should you do if you see a large box fall from a lorry onto the motorway? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
An injured motorcyclist is lying unconscious in the road. The traffic has stopped and there’s no further danger. What should you do to help? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
A person has been injured. They may be suffering from shock. What are the warning signs to look for? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
An injured person has been placed in the recovery position. They’re unconscious but breathing normally. What else should be done? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
A casualty isn’t breathing normally. Chest compressions should be given. At what rate? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
Following a collision, someone has suffered a burn. The burn needs to be cooled. What’s the shortest time it should be cooled for? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
At an incident, a casualty is unconscious. You need to check whether they’re breathing. How long should you allow for this check? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You arrive at the scene of a crash. Someone is bleeding badly from an arm wound. Nothing is embedded in it. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
On a motorway, when should the hard shoulder be used? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You’re going through a congested tunnel and have to stop. What should you do? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
When are you allowed to use hazard warning lights? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
When should you use hazard warning lights? Incidents, accidents and emergencies
You see a car on the hard shoulder of a motorway with a ‘help’ pennant displayed. What does this mean? Incidents, accidents and emergencies