For the second time in my career (lucky!) Within one of my 10 feet, a co-worker was unconscious. I’ll be honest. I heard a tilt, looked up, saw nothing – and everything was fine. Two minutes later a secretary said, “O my God, _______ are down.”
Everything is fun, I feel like the crap for ignoring the mouth. So, if you hear a wont sound – then check.
In addition to ignoring the poor person, as if he remains stable (it is our understanding that this is a matter of greater exhaustion of work), I know that I had no clue what to do. I left it to someone else. Then, I was ready for the Bee Human Resources office and they came to know, to find someone to be equipped for this type of situation. Beyond that, I was very helpless. Last time, I do not remember a single employer who is telling me what to do with a coworker’s need for a co-worker. There is only one disease that has ever taught me sexual harassment.
– No slap or shaking! Save them when they get a clean bill of health.
– As long as you are not 100%, no one is completely conscious until eating or drinking. Even if dehydration / low Chinese can be criminal – you are likely to leave this step best for professionals.
There is too much of it here to get your first aid for unconsciousness.
I’m not recommending you to be a doctor – but you definitely do not want anyone to travel on your watch. The information above is for informational purposes only if you want a real hardcore scoop – consult your doctor.
The good news is that in the next phase, I get a chance to fight faint on my feet! But please meet with peer – if you are unconscious – save it for the weekend!