Exam Questions
Exam Questions

Proceedings in emergency situations - rescue operations after an accident

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Question № 1

Id: 6832
points: 3

Where on a vehicle should the warning sign be placed to indicate transport of dangerous goods?

    Only at the back.
    Only at the front.
    Both at the back and front.

Question № 2

Id: 6833
points: 3

What should you not do when assessing whether an accident victim is conscious or not?

    Pour water on his face.
    Check if he reacts to your voice.
    Gently shake him by the shoulders.

Question № 3

Id: 6835
points: 3

Which of the presented vehicles is transporting dangerous goods?


Question № 4

Id: 6836
points: 3

What is the first thing you should do in case of leakage of dangerous substances from a vehicle?

    Save life and health of people.
    Protect groundwater from contamination.
    Prevent the leakage of dangerous substances.

Question № 5

Id: 6837
points: 3

Which of the following authorities will you call in order to commence rescue operations consisting of neutralization of dangerous substances on the road?

    The Police.
    The Road Transport Inspectorate.
    The State Fire Brigade.

Question № 6

Id: 6838
points: 3

Can you extinguish fire from a cistern transporting gasoline, by yourself?

    Yes, only by means of a powder extinguisher.

Question № 7

Id: 6839
points: 3

Which of the following numbers must you call in order to report a car accident involving a vehicle transporting dangerous goods?

    996 or 1212.
    111 or 9696.
    112 or 998.

Question № 8

Id: 6840
points: 3

If a victim has mistakenly swallowed a caustic substance, should you induce vomiting?

    Yes, as quickly as possible.
    No, under no circumstances.
    Yes, but only if the corrosive substance was highly diluted.

Question № 9

Id: 7759
points: 3

What should you do, if you notice that an unconscious victim of a road accident is not breathing?

    For fear of a possible spinal injury, leave the injured in the vehicle until the emergency medical services arrive.
    Remove the injured from the crashed vehicle and commence resuscitation.
    Leave the injured in the vehicle, cover him with a thermal insulation blanket and wait for the emergency medical services to arrive.

Question № 10

Id: 7760
points: 3

In which of the following cases should you put on protective gloves when giving first aid to a road accident casualties?

    Only after removing the injured from the vehicle and after observing that the person is bleeding.
    Only for the time of dressing a bleeding wound.
    Prior to removing the injured person from the wrecked vehicle.

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