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Proceedings in emergency situations - rescue operations after an accident

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Question № 1

Id: 6934
points: 3

What should you do in the event of an aggressive behaviour of a passenger towards you or other passengers, making it difficult for you to drive?

    Continue driving to the nearest police station.
    Stop the vehicle and call the relevant forces.
    I do not have to take any action.

Question № 2

Id: 6935
points: 3

At what distance behind the vehicle should you place a warning triangle in order to secure an accident scene on an express road?

    100 m.
    30-50 m.
    10 m.

Question № 3

Id: 6936
points: 3

What should you primarily take care of in the event of a fire in the bus you are driving?

    My safety and that of my passengers'
    Minimizing damages to the vehicle.
    The transported luggage.

Question № 4

Id: 6938
points: 3

How should you behave in case of a fire inside a bus during the journey?

    Go to the nearest car park and start evacuating passengers.
    Stop the vehicle, activate the extinguisher and try to extinguish the fire alone.
    Stop the vehicle, switch off the engine and start evacuating passengers.

Question № 5

Id: 7771
points: 3

While carrying passengers on a tourist bus you notice smoke coming out from the engine compartment. Which of the following actions should you take immediately after stopping the vehicle?

    Try to extinguish the fire.
    Move away from the bus as quickly as possible.
    Evacuate the people transported.

Question № 6

Id: 7772
points: 3

Where on the road should you stop your vehicle, when you see in front of you injured persons, crashed vehicles and emergency services vehicles approaching them?

    As close to the accident casualties as possible.
    In a place that provides an unobstructed access for the emergency services vehicles to the casualties and crashed vehicles.
    As close to the crashed vehicles as possible.

Question № 7

Id: 7773
points: 3

While performing resuscitation to an adult you should perform chest compressions at the rate of:

    100-120 chest compressions per minute.
    60-80 chest compressions per minute.
    140-160 chest compressions per minute.

Question № 8

Id: 7774
points: 3

Which method of chest compressions is correct when performing a cardiac massage to an adult?

    Pressing downwards with two hands placed in the centre of the chest.
    Pressing downwards with one hand placed just below the sternum.
    Pressing downwards with two fingers placed on the chest above the heart.

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