In your home, on the street, at work, on holiday – accidents come out of nowhere, calling for quick thinking and crucial decision-making. But when it’s time to act, will you know what to do? Because anyone is a potential victim or rescuer, it’s vital you’re equipped with accurate, up-to-date information and the best advice on what to do. WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY delivers all you need to know to stay calm and confident in a crisis. Be prepared for everything from a bomb blast, cyclone or vicious dog to a smashed windscreen, phone scam or crashing computer. Read this book, keep it to hand, and avoid that terrible feeling of ‘I wish I’d known what to do’. You’ll gain the certainty that you could avert danger, administer first aid and even save a life. Don’t rely on vague advice from the internet – here you get current best practice from a source you can trust. Follow the book’s clear instructions and illustrations and be ready to give effective assistance – FAST!
Comprehensive, expert advice on more than 500 accidents and emergencies • 352 pages and more than 200 step-by-step illustrations and diagrams • Hardback binding (254mm x 197mm) • At-a-glance First Aid sections