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GUIDE33-First Aid 2nd Edition

GUIDE33-First Aid 2nd Edition

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GUIDELINES ON FIRST-AIDIN THE WORKPLACE
(2
nd
Edition)
DEPARTMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTHMINISTRY OF HUMAN RESOURCESMALAYSIA2004
JKKP : GP(I) 06 / 2004ISBN : 983-2014-43-3
 
 
PREFACE
“First-aid” is the assessment and interventions that can be performed by a first aiderduring an emergency with minimal equipment until appropriate medical personnel arrive. Thelife of an injured or ill worker or member of the public within the vicinity of the workplace maydepend on proper first-aid being given within the first few minutes of an accident or an illness.Besides saving lives, first-aid treatment is important in preventing further complications frominjury and pain and in promoting recovery. It is also important for minor injuries such as burns,sprains, cuts, etc.This guidelines help employers, occupiers and Occupational Safety and Health personnel, toplan and provide proper first-aid facilities in factories or other workplaces. It is presented in asimple format for quick and easy reference. It is hoped that it will meet the needs of industry.
 
 
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.
Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) Malaysia is grateful forthe valued input and content recommendations from the following contributors for thesecond edition of this guidelines:Prof. Dr. Krishna Gopal RampalSenior Lecturer of Occupational HealthMedical FacultyUniversity Kebangsaan Malaysia.Dr. Abu Hassan SamadMedical AdviserExonmobil Malaysia.Dr. Nik Hisamuddin Nik Ab. Rahman.Lecturer of Emergency MedicineSchool of Medical SciencesUniversity Science MalaysiaDr. Agus Salim Mohd. BanonManagerOccupational Health Division.NIOSHDr. Jefferelli Shamsul BahrinOccupational Health Physician,BASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn. Bhd.DOSH also acknowledge and appreciate the prior hard work, dedication, andfoundation provided by the editors of the prior edition, Dr. Abed Onn, Dr. Ling KinHong, Mr. D. Muniady, Major(R) Raja Harun Raja Ismail, Dr. Rosidah Ibrahim, Dr.Sarfuddin Osman, Hjh. Maimunah Khalid, Dr. Sarojiji S, Ir. Hj. Abu Bakar Che Man, Ir.Mohtar Musri, Mr. Anuar Mokhtar and Mdm. Muaziah Abd. Rahman, and the manyusers of the
Guides
who submitted recommendations concerning the revision. Theirinput was essential to creating this edition of 
Guides
.Ir. Hj. Abu Bakar Che Man Ir. Hj. Zainuddin AbdullahDirector General Deputy Director GeneralDOSH, Malaysia. DOSH, Malaysia.Dr. Faridah AminOccupational Health PhysicianIndustrial Health DivisionDOSH, Headquarters.Dr. Norsayani Mohd. Yaacob.Occupational Health PhysicianDOSH, Pahang.Mr. Haniff YahayaExecutiveOccupational Health Division.NIOSHDr. Siah Chui KhimMaster StudentSocial Preventive MedicineUniversity Malaya.Mr. Mohamad Husain Sajahan.Lead ParamedicBASF PETRONAS Chemicals Sdn. Bhd.

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