November 5, 2014
Remember Remember 5th November - Be Safe this Bonfire Night
St John's Ambulance tips on staying safe this bonfire night!
If someone has a burn or scald;
Run it under cold water for at least 10 minutes. You need to completely cool their skin to prevent pain, scarring or further damage.
If the burn is on a child, or if you think its a serious burn (for example, if its deep, larger than the size of their hand, or on the face, hands or feet) call 999 for an ambulance.
Remove any jewellery or clothing near the burn (unless the item is stuck to the skin).
Don't pop any blisters or apply creams - this can make it worse.
Once cooled, cover the burn with cling film or a plastic bag.
If necessary, treat them for shock, by laying them down with their legs raised and supported above the level of their heart.
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