Industrial Safety & Hygiene News December 2011 by Dave Johnson

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Handling EHS work is much higher than NIOSH’s more narrowly defined estimate. NIOSH estimates that there are 28,722 occupational safety professionals and 7,348 industrial hygienists. You can see where NIOSH is missing part of the EHS Nation by looking at the memberships of the American Society of Safety Engineers (33,000+) and the American Industrial Hygiene Association (10,000+). NIOSH does account for the multi-disciplinary scope of occupational safety and health work. NIOSH estimates only 25 percent of industrial hygienists work 100 percent of their time on industrial hygiene.

However, if the AED is ready to shock a victim, everyone must stand clear and not be touching the victim when the shock is delivered, otherwise they may get shocked as well. How to use an AED When the AED is opened up or turned on, it will instruct the user to connect the electrode pads to the victim’s chest with illustrations of where the pads should be placed. Once the pads are attached, the AED will instruct everyone to “stand clear” while it analyzes the victim’s heart rhythm. Nobody should be touching the victim at this time to avoid any false readings by the unit.

Survival from cardiac arrest decreases by 10 percent every minute without help. Most Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are not even on scene to help within 10 minutes of the cardiac arrest. Without CPR, the brain can only last 10 minutes before complete brain damage occurs (also called “biological death”), although special circumstances such as hypothermia may allow the brain to last longer than 10 minutes. Nonetheless, the heart will only have activity for about 10 minutes before it leads to asystole (flat-line) and then the AED will not shock the victim.

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