What To Do In A Crisis Situation (Transcript)

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we’re gonna go talk about today we’re gonna talk about emergency situations

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and emergency handling emergency situations today on the show first of

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all first one thing you are gonna notice is that the sound quality is probably a

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little bit better I’m recording this on my my unit here my laptop and my

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microphone my mixing board and all that so you’re gonna notice the sound quality

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is a little bit different but oh by the way folks I forgot to mention our

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website survivalistpodcast.org so I want to talk about emergency situations I

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want to talk about handling emergency situations very very important with

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everything going on all things you’re hearing you have to you all watch the

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news we all see what’s going on it’s very important that we all know about

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what to do in an emergency situation regardless what this emergency situations

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is a lot of things you can spend hours and hours talking about how to handle an

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emergency situation but it’s very important folks to go over the emergency

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situation one thing I do want to point out folks in a crisis or an emergency

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situation I got the shooter or something like that happens I do want to point out

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folks very important I see the people versus where that what they would do and

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stuff like that you have to remember folks in in a crisis or an emergency

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situation it’s very hard to say what you’re going to do everybody reacts

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differently the situation everything the adrenaline is pumping you’re getting

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nervous you’re scared so it’s very hard to say what you’re going to and going to

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do or what you’re not going to do so it is very important folks you realize that

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you know a lot of people say oh I would never do that I would never that but you

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don’t know folks it’s a very very tough touch you know situation when you’re

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when you’re there and things are going on you know it’s tough if you don’t know

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how you’re going to react to me yes you do your best to try to react but you

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know it’s tough because you don’t know exactly what you know how you’re going

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to react or what’s going to happen so it’s a tough thing the number one thing

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I should say in any emergency situation always always try to remain calm and

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collected try not to panic that’s the worst thing you could do in a crisis

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situation is panic always you know try your best you try to stay calm try to

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keep you know paying attention to what’s going on pay attention was going around

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you very very important I see a lot of people all time I’ve been in emergency

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situations before I’m not shooting or anything but I’ve been in crisis

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situations before and then the first thing you do people just they just panic

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and that’s the worst thing you do the number one thing you could do try to

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stay calm stay collected first of all it’s going to make the people around you

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a lot calmer and it’s going as well to give you a better handle on situation

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prime example I was involved in a situation one time where you had a

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couple had somebody they knew their child had gone missing and I was there

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helping out with the search and the mother was getting really really bent

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out of shape and in rightfully so I understand you know but she was getting

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really pumped really upset really nervous and never turn her kids were

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getting nervous everybody around her we can do her family nerves and that’s one

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of the worst things you can do because when you elevate yourself you being the

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person that’s I don’t see in control but at the center focus of the situation you

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being like that is going to adversely affect everybody around you which causes

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a very bad situation so always do your best folks try to remain calm and

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collected very important in any type of a crisis or emergency situation another

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thing too I do want to point out books in an emergency situation the first thing

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you should always try to do is get communication a line of communication

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open an emergency situation always do that when I mean by that you know try to

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get try to get some kind of communication out there you know if it’s

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something where you’re going to need medical assistance or fire it was always

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first thing you do before you do anything is call 911 first thing you

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always do very very important I was a situation one time where I had something

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that was choking and the first thing somebody started doing was was trying to

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you know they gave him the Heimlich or something like that and you know and

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after that you know they you know they can call 9-0 mobile the person should be

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seen for medical attention but now in the case of he’s choking you are gonna

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want to give him the Heimlich maneuver first obviously try to see this because

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time police you know medical or police get there obviously they’re gonna be

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gone but the situation like where somebody has a heart attack and they

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fall to ground people first need to use like a CPR and they keep doing CPR well

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if you well you know first you do call 911 there have somebody call 911 that’d

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be the best thing and then you can administer CPR while the police and

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ambulance are on their way very very important I knew is that a lot I see a

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lot of people right away they start jumping down to CPR and nothing did you

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call 911 no so all that time they even CPR you know fire and fire or ambulance

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could have been on their way to help you know especially ambulance or police and

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that you know very very important so always first thing you show you establish

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line of communication another thing to folks if you’re ever in a situation

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where you’re going to need to communicate especially in the if you’re

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in a in the woods or a cop a bit any situation where you’re in a hostage

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situation the first thing you’re going to want to do is try to get a line of

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communication with the police so they can tell you what’s going on and and try

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to get try to get them the information that they need so they can help you out

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so the first thing you’re supposed to do is you know sit back fortify your

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defenses and get a lot of communication up and very very important those

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definition that’s everything you’re going to want to do like I said nothing to

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folks one thing you are gonna want to do if you are in a situation where you’re

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in a crisis always try to either evacuate the building where the

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situation’s happening very important there also do one of the things you do

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not want to do and I’ve heard a lot of people do this say this and they’ve done

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this one thing you definitely definitely don’t want to do is you don’t want to

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put yourself in a room or an area without an exit always try to give

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yourself a situation where you have two exits legs you came in on and an exit to

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enter or exit out of very very important I know a lot of people sometimes that

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have crisis or a panic situation the first thing they want to do is put is

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hide in the bathroom very very very important the one thing you never want

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to do in a great situation you want to go ahead and you want to put yourself in

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a place where you can have an exit in a bathroom especially there’s there’s no

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eggs there’s no other exit and the windows are very tiny so you can’t get

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out of them so let’s put yourself in a situation in a room where you have two

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exits obviously if you’re trying to evacuate a building obviously the first

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important the most thing is do not jump knock on the elevator again first of all

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use power you’ll be strapped there and the other thing as well too there is no

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exit in an elevator as well so that’s another thing so always make sure to

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don’t take the stairs in that situation always always always take the stairs and

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like I said try to make sure you get out of the building and if it is a situation

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where you see a fire always by the way first before you do anything as you’re

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leaving you can always find your alarms always pull the alarm to hit the fire

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alarm very important so that anybody else in the building can evacuate

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obviously safely and always make sure folks like I said too that you you can

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only find the alarms beauty by exits so always pull the alarm and exit the

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building immediately yourself by the way don’t go back and see if anybody else

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did always get out right away very very very important there and like I said

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when you echo the alarm obviously as well that will also get the the fire

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department and police and all that everybody emergency personnel that you

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need there immediately that’s why it’s so important to pull that alarm that’s

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what it’s there for I know the folks I do want to point out as far as like

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fires and all that go one thing you should always have is a crisis plan with

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your family your husband your husband your your wife your children you’d

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always have a crisis plan what that what a crisis plan is it’s that everybody

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knows where they’re gonna go in the case of an emergency so in other words if you

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can tell your kids well hey there’s an emergency you know their house they’re

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on fire you get out don’t wait for daddy and I you know go right to you know you

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know this deal go right to the mailbox and stay there until you follow I don’t

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you know always make sure you have a plan of where you’re gonna go where

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everybody’s gonna meet up so everybody can meet up and everybody can see who’s

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missing and all that you know very very important a lot of people don’t have

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that always make sure there’s a point of gathering where everybody’s gonna gather

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so everybody can you know you know assemble and say who’s missing what

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we’re gonna do who do we need and all that kind of stuff very important a lot

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of people don’t have that always make sure you have an emergency plan in place

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with your family so that you can know who you’re missing and you know we’re

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gonna do to get the group to group it all you don’t get everybody regroup

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together you know the other thing to you what you want to do is like I said you

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want to keep one thing I would recommend to folks as far as an emergency

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situation if you get the one thing is image if you do call 911 and you don’t

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know where you are you may want to you know stand the flame with the dispatcher

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don’t hang up right away especially in like earthquakes that I’d be a trapped

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and you don’t know where you are go ahead and stay on the line but the

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dispatcher doesn’t dispatch you can take care of trying to find you and stuff

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like that so that’s also you know very important make sure you don’t hang up to

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the dispatcher obviously hangs up on you and also to folks one thing I do want to

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point out always always always always make sure you give the address to the

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dispatcher because it will save them a ton of time they’re trying to find you

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very very important there again always know like I said always know your

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evacuation routes no I know we know the first way out of your house last way to

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have some new first page of work another alternative way to get out of the place

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you work very important there as well a lot of people don’t know an alternative

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way that’s very bad always know you know alternative way to get out of your

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office always know where the back entrance is always know place where you

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work by the way folks should have fire drills at least yearly so that everybody

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knows new employees and all that kind of know where things are I know a lot of

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companies don’t have that time to do that or they don’t have their have but

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it’s very important if you’re a new hire or if somebody you know is a new hire to

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a company make sure that they know where the emergency exits are and all that’s

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very very important always make sure that because that could be you never

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know these things gonna happen so you can’t say well this happens follow me

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because you don’t know if you’re gonna be that they might be off something so

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or take the time maybe on a lunch break let’s say hey let’s go out the exit way

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so I can show you always take the time you know to know you know where

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everything is like I said they’re always important like I said you know you know

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what it was the two folks social media obviously a big thing nowadays one thing

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I do want to point out if you are in a crisis situation and you have gotten out

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and you have alluded the authorities and all that if it’s in a public place where

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something’s going on like a bit of shooting or something like that one thing

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you may want to do is post it on social media or something like that and say hey

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you know notify people hey don’t go to this place you know you know there’s a

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shooting one on this like that not saying it’s your most important thing to

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do but if you are safe and you know you’re safe and nothing’s gonna happen

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to you might as well save another life while you’re at it that’s one of the

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things that did a lot of good at that one club you know down in Florida as

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people posted on a lot of people stayed away from the club so that’s very very

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important so I always make sure you do you can do that if you want not just to

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have to but if you know you’re safe and you have access to communication

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definitely go ahead and do that as well nothing to folks like I said make sure

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that you always always always by the way if you were injured or something like

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that always make sure you dress your you know always make sure you’re taking care

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of yourself first and then take care of somebody else is very important if you’re

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hit or something like that always make sure it got your shot or your head or

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something like that always be treating yourself for eating or somebody else

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very very important because if you get hurt obviously the person next you can’t

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you can’t help them if you’re out so a very important make sure you always take

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care of yourself first and then take care of somebody else a couple of things

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folks do as far as what to do you know emergency responses I do want to point

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out folks some of the things that I have learned over the years a lot of things

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people do wrong and there was an article of you in the other day it was some kind

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of interesting talking about what to do how people handle situations wrong

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a couple interesting things to just to just to point out information say for

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some reason you spill a cup of hot coffee on yourself just for example

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people usually the first was possibly to put ice on it first of all the first

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thing you do if you ever spilled ain’t coffee on yourself in your clothing the

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first thing you do take that clothing off dispose to start it and then run

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cold water over the burn so those some things you can do by the way as well

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ice or or even you know ice is usually cost more damage sometimes that is skin

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anything else so that’s very important I will think I think so these are things

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these are the most common these are 12 most common things that people do wrong

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in these situations by the way if you see it was something to they say people

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that see tornadoes approaching the first response usually to take shelter under

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an overpass that’s actually very wrong if traffic is light and you can see the

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tornado in a distance try to drive out of its path or you know drive the other

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way or some of that don’t ever go underneath another pass yeah because

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it’s you know it’s dangerous you don’t want to be underneath something

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especially if it’s sort of collapsing some of these two folks that people do

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wrong if you lose by this is getting to my to ever if you lose your child in a

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store a lot of people a lot of people just go searching for you know searching

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for by yourself they actually say the one thing you should call out to your

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child or have them pay some or loudspeaker a lot of people are

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embarrassed to do that but that’s actually the safest way to do it because

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I don’t know if you know it’s not but if you lose your child in a Walmart they

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will you tell go up to the things they hey I lost my kid they will actually go

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ahead and page it and lock the store down until the kid is found so nobody can

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leave with them very very important this is another thing when I read if you’re

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confronted by by a bear in the woods a lot of people’s first response is to

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play dead actually those of you don’t know the folks but most bears are most

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bears are you know you know afraid of you to begin with and they’ll run the

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other way so the best thing to do is to just stand still and just or just keep

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walking or you know you know stand there with your arms up don’t whatever you do

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don’t don’t lay there and play dead that’s worth you can do something else

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folks do you should know if you ever find somebody that may be in some you

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know loved one a kid or older folks that’s losing that you know all together

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if you ever find them with any type of medication you should always call poison

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control first thing you should do I’ve hit your head or fall on the ground the

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first the first thing people’s first response is to the hospital actually if

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somebody you think has a head or neck injury you should leave them where they

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are don’t move them and call 911 that’s another thing you should know very

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important never turn moves maybe they think a head or neck injury without a

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backboard very bad if you get stung by a jelly jellyfish most people the first

00:15:38.720 –> 00:15:42.160
response is to rub alcohol on the moon actually the first thing you should

00:15:42.160 –> 00:15:44.800
actually do is rinse it with seawater they say it’s the best thing you can do

00:15:44.800 –> 00:15:51.880
and obviously get to an emergency room right away obviously bit by a snake you

00:15:51.880 –> 00:15:56.280
know first thing you want to do is put a turnikin on it and release it every

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couple minutes by the way ain’t calling a moose right away one thing in years

00:16:01.880 –> 00:16:04.400
ago if you watch any of the old like shows like house in the prairie that

00:16:04.400 –> 00:16:08.960
they always cut it and sucked sucked the poison out I think the worst thing you

00:16:08.960 –> 00:16:11.680
could do actually because you’re actually putting the poison deeper into

00:16:11.680 –> 00:16:14.880
the bloodstream so that’s actually very very bad to do and you should never ever

00:16:14.880 –> 00:16:20.400
do that nothing to you folks you have somebody that gets poked in the eye one

00:16:20.400 –> 00:16:23.520
thing you should do people’s first next is open up the eye and look at it it’s

00:16:23.520 –> 00:16:28.160
a word you tell me it’s in the eye leave the eye closed tape it up and take a

00:16:28.160 –> 00:16:31.120
mighty burn through never try to open the eye that can be very very bad for

00:16:31.120 –> 00:16:37.720
them always make sure the eye is closed so some other things folks as well in an

00:16:37.720 –> 00:16:42.200
emergency situation one thing like I said always one thing is I just want to

00:16:42.200 –> 00:16:47.120
assess the emergency see what kind of emergency it is you know you don’t want

00:16:47.120 –> 00:16:51.000
to panic right away and you want to know to you know any case like in words if

00:16:51.000 –> 00:16:55.120
you’re in a if you know now if you’re in a motors you know a motor vehicle accent

00:16:55.120 –> 00:16:59.720
you know the cars on fire you know yeah like everybody’s oh you’re free she

00:16:59.720 –> 00:17:03.200
closed call 911 first in that situation you’re probably gonna want to get the

00:17:03.200 –> 00:17:07.520
guy out of the car and if the car is on fire and all kinds of you’re probably

00:17:07.520 –> 00:17:11.840
gonna pull them out first because you know it with him called 9-1 a car could

00:17:11.840 –> 00:17:15.640
explode in that situation I advise you take be very very cautious because I

00:17:15.640 –> 00:17:18.400
bet you can lose your life as well with some of that but in situations like that

00:17:18.400 –> 00:17:20.640
you’re gonna have to assess the situation and know what you do for it’s

00:17:20.640 –> 00:17:25.840
obviously they always say call 911 first but in certain situations you know also

00:17:25.840 –> 00:17:28.360
two folks they say all time well you know you should never move somebody the

00:17:28.360 –> 00:17:30.920
head or neck injury and I do agree with that but if something’s gonna happen

00:17:30.920 –> 00:17:33.720
cars can over a cliff something like that I’m sure we can make an exception

00:17:33.720 –> 00:17:39.600
for that and by the folks there are laws by the way if you do help somebody and

00:17:39.600 –> 00:17:43.360
you know you hurt them by helping them you know it was a life or death

00:17:43.360 –> 00:17:45.980
situation there are ways to protect you because I know if they’re raised to

00:17:45.980 –> 00:17:51.440
happy but there are laws against that good Samaritan laws against that so you

00:17:51.440 –> 00:17:53.880
know sometimes I know a lot of people are like hesitant because they’re very

00:17:53.880 –> 00:17:59.640
soon happy but there are good Samaritan laws to protect you so you know

00:17:59.640 –> 00:18:03.720
sometimes you just unfortunately you know human life is precious and you got

00:18:03.720 –> 00:18:09.360
to do what you got to do save it by the way folks medical emergencies depending

00:18:09.360 –> 00:18:12.860
on the situation if you have some of the massive heart attack obviously your

00:18:12.860 –> 00:18:16.440
first response you to call 911 they get the defibrillator something like that

00:18:16.440 –> 00:18:21.880
very very important to tell you know my CPR we have somebody who has mild chest

00:18:21.880 –> 00:18:27.000
pain and the thing they may be having a heart attack obviously you know all

00:18:27.000 –> 00:18:29.560
the way you don’t hit them with the defibrillator like that you know you

00:18:29.560 –> 00:18:32.060
don’t want to be a hero if they’re they’re okay they’re conscious having

00:18:32.060 –> 00:18:36.620
chest pain you know that’s person they have nitro and like that if not maybe

00:18:36.620 –> 00:18:40.220
aspirin or some of that help them out a lot you don’t necessarily start

00:18:40.220 –> 00:18:44.680
compressions and stuff like that you have to kind of assess the situation

00:18:44.680 –> 00:18:51.120
you know obviously people that have you know people that have you know mental

00:18:51.120 –> 00:18:56.080
mental illness so like that you know if you know they’re gonna hurt themselves

00:18:56.080 –> 00:18:59.400
obviously call the police right away and they can you know deal coin never getting

00:18:59.400 –> 00:19:03.960
to them so that you know obviously very important there you know there’s always

00:19:03.960 –> 00:19:06.600
there’s always you know there’s always think you know there’s always situations

00:19:06.600 –> 00:19:09.760
where you know things are gonna happen so that but you know you can try you

00:19:09.760 –> 00:19:13.060
know I know some people you know they they you know if you break up your girl

00:19:13.060 –> 00:19:16.980
French probably yell is they all gonna kill myself me a best thing to do is

00:19:16.980 –> 00:19:21.060
you think she’s really serious is call the police and tell them and they can do

00:19:21.060 –> 00:19:23.740
ahead and contact her make sure she’s okay and get her maybe some mental

00:19:23.740 –> 00:19:30.040
attention if she needs it but you know those type of situations are few are

00:19:30.040 –> 00:19:35.140
fewer be over dream 90 pin time people say that they’re not going to but it’s

00:19:35.140 –> 00:19:38.040
really concerned you can call the police and they can get them the attention they

00:19:38.040 –> 00:19:43.020
need again you know one of the things you can do folks the you know the crisis

00:19:43.020 –> 00:19:46.820
you always be alert to what’s going on around you obviously find some emergency

00:19:46.820 –> 00:19:51.940
situation you know you may get you a safe location you know find you know

00:19:51.940 –> 00:19:54.920
find shelter you know do whatever you have to do to keep yourself say remember

00:19:54.920 –> 00:19:58.300
your number one priority is protecting yourself and then is to help yourself

00:19:58.300 –> 00:20:05.980
and then you can help others you know be attentive to warning signs you know

00:20:05.980 –> 00:20:09.480
folks that’s one of the things too I see a lot of is people aren’t prepared and

00:20:09.480 –> 00:20:13.140
they’re not watching you know folks if you see outside thunder lightning maybe

00:20:13.140 –> 00:20:15.820
you want to go into your phone see there’s gonna be you know a tornado or

00:20:15.820 –> 00:20:18.840
something like that you may want to have a weather channel app on your phone or

00:20:18.840 –> 00:20:22.540
some kind of weather app on your phone to alert you to tornadoes especially if

00:20:22.540 –> 00:20:25.060
you live in area like Nebraska or something where you’re prone to a lot of

00:20:25.060 –> 00:20:29.400
tornadoes if you live in a place to put a lot of hurricanes a lot of floods you

00:20:29.400 –> 00:20:32.280
may want to put an app on your phone that’ll alert you so you have you know

00:20:32.280 –> 00:20:36.460
ample time to get the alert and to go ahead and get to those safe places so

00:20:36.460 –> 00:20:40.800
very important to that you have a way to alert you I know you know years ago

00:20:40.800 –> 00:20:44.360
people just leave the TV on and they see the lure you know the national broadcast

00:20:44.360 –> 00:20:47.520
system but this day we all have cell phones we all have a way of getting

00:20:47.520 –> 00:20:52.660
information to us quicker than years ago so you know it would be helpful to have

00:20:52.660 –> 00:20:55.460
an app on your phone that alerts you to when something like this is going to

00:20:55.460 –> 00:21:00.820
happen so that you can go ahead and get you know where you have to go and get

00:21:00.820 –> 00:21:06.140
emergency response and all that you know and get safe so very important if you

00:21:06.140 –> 00:21:10.360
have it if you don’t have it get the app on your phone there’s they are you know

00:21:10.360 –> 00:21:13.820
there’s tons of different apps out there there’s tons of text messaging services

00:21:13.820 –> 00:21:18.540
that alert you for weather news alerts for emergency crisis situation all kind

00:21:18.540 –> 00:21:23.460
of stuff all that stuff very very important and most of the services are

00:21:23.460 –> 00:21:30.420
free so by the way folks you know one of the main things to do like I said is

00:21:30.420 –> 00:21:35.620
you know if you know you know make sure you’re leaving a hazardous area you know

00:21:35.620 –> 00:21:37.860
if you know you’re leaving a hazard hazard area make sure you alert other

00:21:37.860 –> 00:21:43.300
people obviously around you know by the way folks that things can suddenly turn

00:21:43.300 –> 00:21:48.580
can turn you know quickly you know you know you could be having a day we just

00:21:48.580 –> 00:21:51.260
walk into the park and also somebody could pull like no start shooting know

00:21:51.260 –> 00:21:54.300
that you know situations can come up at the blink of an eye you know obviously

00:21:54.300 –> 00:21:59.020
I’ll never happen to me you know I can have a name buddy and it can happen that

00:21:59.020 –> 00:22:04.340
the place you don’t expect it obviously first aid training obviously is very

00:22:04.340 –> 00:22:08.900
handy if you do know first aid obviously you be very very very valuable in a

00:22:08.900 –> 00:22:13.340
crisis situation first aid is usually available is first aid training is

00:22:13.340 –> 00:22:17.340
usually always made available free by the American Red Cross you can obviously

00:22:17.340 –> 00:22:23.060
go on their website and find all stuff all type of first aid training CPR

00:22:23.060 –> 00:22:26.340
training and all that kind of stuff obviously super your go bag we talked

00:22:26.340 –> 00:22:30.500
about a couple episodes ago would come in handy with medical supplies and all

00:22:30.500 –> 00:22:35.820
that kind of stuff so very very important folks in any type of crisis

00:22:35.820 –> 00:22:40.540
situation or panic situation to go ahead folks and have those supplies handy

00:22:40.540 –> 00:22:45.500
that’s what the go bag and all that and the everyday carry bag is for so if you

00:22:45.500 –> 00:22:49.540
haven’t if you don’t know about that stuff go a couple episodes back and I

00:22:49.540 –> 00:22:55.460
have a whole episode on that kind of stuff so very important I also to folks

00:22:55.460 –> 00:22:59.660
one things people don’t do by the way as they immediately go and try to help

00:22:59.660 –> 00:23:02.980
people it wouldn’t hurt to ask the question or two you know if you see

00:23:02.980 –> 00:23:06.500
somebody holding their chest it may be you know you may have said before you go

00:23:06.500 –> 00:23:09.500
over there throw them to the floor start pumping on the chest I know it sounds

00:23:09.500 –> 00:23:13.180
crazy but it does happen you may want to go over them say hey you okay so that

00:23:13.180 –> 00:23:17.060
also two folks very important to a lot of people don’t realize this most people

00:23:17.060 –> 00:23:21.700
that are having issues don’t diagnose myself properly so if you see if you’re

00:23:21.700 –> 00:23:25.180
walking through the mall and you see somebody sitting there on a chair you

00:23:25.180 –> 00:23:28.560
know hunched over hold over hold the chest I’m just walking by you may say

00:23:28.560 –> 00:23:32.180
hey you’re right pal you know it takes two seconds to ask that and they may say

00:23:32.180 –> 00:23:37.140
yeah or if they or you know I’m fine or if they say yeah my chest is killing me

00:23:37.140 –> 00:23:40.120
and I don’t see your sweat you may want to go over to the next person hey you

00:23:40.120 –> 00:23:43.220
know you sure you’re okay I’m gonna call hospital and call somebody you know

00:23:43.220 –> 00:23:48.340
something little like that can actually save somebody’s life so very very

00:23:48.340 –> 00:23:53.340
important go you know keep your eyes open notice something’s gonna happen you

00:23:53.340 –> 00:23:58.020
know if you see you know a car accident happened rather than just to keep going

00:23:58.020 –> 00:24:01.540
you know you may want to not say you have to pull over but you may want to

00:24:01.540 –> 00:24:05.100
just you know you know see some easy tough accident you may want to say hey

00:24:05.100 –> 00:24:08.980
you know yeah you know can I do anything for you if you have your go bag with you

00:24:08.980 –> 00:24:13.340
maybe you know just say hey you need anything or something like that you know

00:24:13.340 –> 00:24:17.940
you can save somebody’s life and life is precious another thing folks to it take

00:24:17.940 –> 00:24:19.820
I said you want to point out talked about forward I want to get a little

00:24:19.820 –> 00:24:23.860
nothing out when you do call 911 it’s very important to get the information

00:24:23.860 –> 00:24:30.860
that they need obviously you know when you call them you know make sure you

00:24:30.860 –> 00:24:35.980
give them the address kind of tell them kind of what’s going on if you don’t

00:24:35.980 –> 00:24:39.940
know where you are or you’re concerned you stay on the whole dispatch dispatch

00:24:39.940 –> 00:24:44.160
it can help you if you have somebody that’s really hurt or down you can say

00:24:44.160 –> 00:24:47.780
hey you know let me you know I need to CPR can you help walk me through it

00:24:47.780 –> 00:24:50.380
sometimes they will actually walk you through how to do CPR so if you don’t

00:24:50.380 –> 00:24:53.180
know how to do it you should know how to do it but if you don’t they will walk

00:24:53.180 –> 00:24:57.980
you through I think it’s a very important you know take you know you

00:24:57.980 –> 00:25:01.740
know the first aid class is very important everybody I think everybody

00:25:01.740 –> 00:25:05.540
everybody should know how to do CPR it should be a Muslim I mean in person of

00:25:05.540 –> 00:25:08.900
everybody you should all know everybody or anybody listening to this you know

00:25:08.900 –> 00:25:11.580
just you know if you don’t know how to do right now go on YouTube and watch

00:25:11.580 –> 00:25:17.380
how to do it okay very very important noted to CPR it’s so important another

00:25:17.380 –> 00:25:22.500
thing to folks you know one thing you should do if you have and I think if you

00:25:22.500 –> 00:25:27.300
have an iPhone I think there is a way to do it as well on Google one thing you

00:25:27.300 –> 00:25:31.220
should always do is is have the emergency contact stuff set in your

00:25:31.220 –> 00:25:37.160
phone I do find it’s very important because I’ve heard of several situations

00:25:37.160 –> 00:25:40.240
and I’ve been in one where I was actually able to get the person’s

00:25:40.240 –> 00:25:43.660
emergency contact information from their phone now I know if you set the

00:25:43.660 –> 00:25:47.340
emergency contact information on your phone I know yes if I pick up your phone

00:25:47.340 –> 00:25:50.580
I can hit that and get an emergency contact even if your phone is locked you

00:25:50.580 –> 00:25:53.820
can get the emergency contact information from it I know people are a

00:25:53.820 –> 00:25:56.780
little bit hesitant about that because it’s like oh so me get my number me at

00:25:56.780 –> 00:26:05.340
my address I know I know but in a crazy situation that information is invaluable

00:26:05.340 –> 00:26:08.680
and I’ve actually had a situation where I was able to pick up a person’s iPhone

00:26:08.680 –> 00:26:12.660
and get the contact in phone calls wife right away for him and I wouldn’t have

00:26:12.660 –> 00:26:15.020
been able to do that if I didn’t have his phone because he was in capacity

00:26:15.020 –> 00:26:19.060
and I was able to call his wife so I know some people are like oh it’s evasion of my

00:26:19.060 –> 00:26:28.420
privacy I know it is but in an emergency situation that information can be

00:26:28.420 –> 00:26:32.420
extremely valuable to have and mostly everybody has cell phone everybody knows

00:26:32.420 –> 00:26:35.980
how to do it like I said if it’s if you have your phone locked it’s right in

00:26:35.980 –> 00:26:38.880
your lock screen to hit that and then get your emergency contact info even if

00:26:38.880 –> 00:26:42.380
all I mean again I can’t get any order I can’t read your email I can’t you know

00:26:42.380 –> 00:26:44.980
text message a friend of yours I can’t know that all I can do is get the

00:26:44.980 –> 00:26:50.420
emergency contact info so I know some people saying well if my phone’s locked

00:26:50.420 –> 00:26:54.740
and you can get the emergency contact I know I know but it’s the only

00:26:54.740 –> 00:26:57.080
information I can get if your phone’s locked it’s the only information I can get I can’t

00:26:57.080 –> 00:26:59.440
get read your email I can’t read your text all I can do is get emergency

00:26:59.440 –> 00:27:03.500
contact very very important that information can be vital if you have

00:27:03.500 –> 00:27:07.420
also to folks if you’re not a techie person some of you aren’t I know that

00:27:07.420 –> 00:27:12.580
some of you still use flip phones and all that kind of stuff but if you are somebody that into

00:27:12.580 –> 00:27:20.740
that I would strongly recommend folks to save time in a situation have the

00:27:20.740 –> 00:27:25.940
contact information phone numbers of at least a couple other people I had a

00:27:25.940 –> 00:27:30.780
situation while back my friends a nurse and she was telling me that they found

00:27:30.780 –> 00:27:34.540
look through the guy’s wallet and you know he had his wife’s number in there

00:27:34.540 –> 00:27:37.500
and they were able to call her she got there but merely come that’s where he

00:27:37.500 –> 00:27:41.820
died if he had a call had his license you to call the police they would have

00:27:41.820 –> 00:27:45.860
hunted him down a lot kind of stuff so I know it doesn’t sound like a lot but

00:27:45.860 –> 00:27:48.940
the having that information available to somebody who’s helping you especially

00:27:48.940 –> 00:27:53.620
re incapacitated could be a big thing so it’s not much take a sticky if you don’t

00:27:53.620 –> 00:27:56.220
have it right now I’m tell you right everybody listen Joe take a sticky note

00:27:56.220 –> 00:28:00.580
out write your name of somebody write your phone number put in your wallet and

00:28:00.580 –> 00:28:03.140
right around the piece of paper emergency contact and put in your wall

00:28:03.140 –> 00:28:07.380
I can tell you right now twice I’ve heard that this the friend of mine it’s

00:28:07.380 –> 00:28:11.380
a nurse says this has been a big help there so very important and if you never

00:28:11.380 –> 00:28:14.660
need hopefully you never need to never need to use the paper but at least if you

00:28:14.660 –> 00:28:19.580
do it there so again really important another thing folks you should always

00:28:19.580 –> 00:28:25.580
wear an emergency wear a medical ID tag if you have any type of health issues

00:28:25.580 –> 00:28:29.380
it’s very important if you’re diabetic you definitely should be wearing it if

00:28:29.380 –> 00:28:34.460
you have heart problems you’d be wearing it anything that could have any any if

00:28:34.460 –> 00:28:37.940
you have any kind of a condition medical response team should be aware of such as

00:28:37.940 –> 00:28:42.280
the most important one I think is diabetes because my you know my mom and

00:28:42.280 –> 00:28:48.460
dad are both diabetics and you know somebody having a sugar low is is really

00:28:48.460 –> 00:28:52.260
very dangerous and if they have that on somebody as soon as they see it knows

00:28:52.260 –> 00:28:56.500
what it is they can go ahead and and you know put a little sugar honey on your

00:28:56.500 –> 00:29:02.660
tongue maybe give them a little Lawrence juice the people that are coming from

00:29:02.660 –> 00:29:05.500
Merck medical not to give them glucose instead of you know they know it’s not a

00:29:05.500 –> 00:29:08.740
heart attack may be a sugarless and it’s so very very important if you do have

00:29:08.740 –> 00:29:13.140
somebody with a medical illness like that you should always always give them

00:29:13.140 –> 00:29:16.700
medical braces they’re free they can wear it around their neck or they can

00:29:16.700 –> 00:29:19.580
wear it around the rest of whatever they prefer

00:29:19.580 –> 00:29:25.700
beware things like diabetes are important certain allergies are very

00:29:25.700 –> 00:29:29.140
very important for them to know they have certain and why these work is folks

00:29:29.140 –> 00:29:33.100
there’s all different colors and all different symbols for them that you know

00:29:33.100 –> 00:29:37.420
that they know you should you know anything allergies like I said epilepsy

00:29:37.420 –> 00:29:41.100
should always have that on if you have epilepsy so they know certain seizure

00:29:41.100 –> 00:29:45.620
disorders and a lot of other medical conditions a medical ID tag you know can

00:29:45.620 –> 00:29:49.580
provide this information to anybody it’s unavailable and ladies it’s not giving

00:29:49.580 –> 00:29:53.120
up any of your personal information all it’s saying is you know if it’s a

00:29:53.120 –> 00:29:56.340
certain color oh you have diabetes if it’s this color oh this person’s a heart

00:29:56.340 –> 00:29:59.660
problem look at thread you know this person’s episode it looks got this little

00:29:59.660 –> 00:30:03.260
symbol on it so all it does is give them the very

00:30:03.260 –> 00:30:06.100
incapacitated just lets them know and like I said it’s something you wear on

00:30:06.100 –> 00:30:08.660
your neck something you can wear around your wrist you can’t even leave it in

00:30:08.660 –> 00:30:11.600
your keys not the best place for it should be on you where it’s visible

00:30:11.600 –> 00:30:16.640
wrist or neck but again it can it can help help out quite a bit they’re free

00:30:16.640 –> 00:30:20.140
they don’t cost anything you can get it from any any drug store usually give them

00:30:20.140 –> 00:30:24.660
to you or you can get a meal to you free on the off the internet so you know it’s

00:30:24.660 –> 00:30:29.500
very very important you know most medical response look on a person for

00:30:29.500 –> 00:30:33.160
these things – that’s the other thing why it’s important they’ll actually look to

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see especially you know in certain disorders like Tourette’s autism

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dementia anything like that they have different ID tags of those as well and

00:30:41.560 –> 00:30:45.260
they like I said they actually do look for these other things folks to talk

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about crisis situations if you have an elderly person with mental with the

00:30:50.260 –> 00:30:55.060
type of mental issues you know Alzheimer’s dementia stroke and that

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it’s very very important get them a wrist place it or some type of tag around

00:31:01.140 –> 00:31:05.080
their neck necklace and they do have very decorative ones who I know some

00:31:05.080 –> 00:31:07.940
people say I don’t know it looks like a hospital bracelet they have very

00:31:07.940 –> 00:31:12.300
decorative ones that you can get them that don’t look more like jewelry than

00:31:12.300 –> 00:31:17.340
they do you know hospital stuff but if you put that on have them wear the

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bracelet 24 hours a day or have them wear the necklace I had a friend of mine

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who what they did was she wore a cross all time for a beautiful cross by the

00:31:24.860 –> 00:31:29.340
way now what they did was they actually got the medical ID tag with her

00:31:29.340 –> 00:31:33.580
information on and they put it with the cross so you know look for it looks

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fairly decorative they even if you want if you don’t want to spend a little

00:31:36.500 –> 00:31:39.980
money they do have companies that will send you really discount silver once or

00:31:39.980 –> 00:31:42.780
gold ones if you want to be look more decorative they’re very decorative you

00:31:42.780 –> 00:31:46.420
know it’s important but the but you know they do have that so it’s very very nice

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and you know at least this way got fidgeton miss lost cuphead you know

00:31:51.380 –> 00:31:55.140
Alzheimer’s patient I think it’s lost person can look at their ID tag and know

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who they are or God forbid somebody stops them they you know it’s a hey we

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sure okay I don’t know I’m supposed to be you know if they look at their

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necklace they’ll say oh hey you’re supposed to be here if they look at

00:32:03.940 –> 00:32:07.460
their wrists oh hey I know you live following me back so all those are very

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important things to have to in the merge situation I know I know especially if

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you are on the other end of it I know myself my grandmother had Alzheimer’s

00:32:14.780 –> 00:32:19.460
she never was able to she never got in the house but um I know a couple times

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we had a couple friends of ours that being the family knowing that they’re out

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there and they do have something on them that they can send it back to you you

00:32:26.300 –> 00:32:30.100
know very important and as well folks if you have a pet I know obviously pets not

00:32:30.100 –> 00:32:33.380
as partners people I know but they do are part of your family always make sure

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your pet has their ID on them and all that because God future Peck has lost

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this way you know they can go ahead and you know they know where the pet belongs

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as you know you know at least somebody with Alzheimer’s they could actually

00:32:45.780 –> 00:32:49.220
talk to somebody while your pet can tell them where to live so your pet if you

00:32:49.220 –> 00:32:51.860
have packed in a little collar a little name tag on they can always get back to

00:32:51.860 –> 00:32:57.300
you the same thing goes for your pet very important done there are tons of

00:32:57.300 –> 00:33:01.840
folks tons of stuff folks we can talk about with emergency situations there’s

00:33:01.840 –> 00:33:05.420
just so many things to talk about medical bingo medical stuff too that

00:33:05.420 –> 00:33:08.740
can be another podcast talking about all different medical things we can do with

00:33:08.740 –> 00:33:14.540
stuff like that there’s so many things to talk about how to handle bleeding

00:33:14.540 –> 00:33:17.580
there’s all those type of type of stuff about when it comes to medicine or all

00:33:17.580 –> 00:33:20.100
that kind of stuff of we can do emergency wish to help some but that’s a

00:33:20.100 –> 00:33:23.060
whole nother podcast I’m actually thinking about getting a friend of mine

00:33:23.060 –> 00:33:25.900
he actually is a first responder he knows all about first aid and how to

00:33:25.900 –> 00:33:29.740
what to do in situations of that so I think of having him on maybe some time

00:33:29.740 –> 00:33:34.100
to work with us so he can tell us a little bit more about what to do in

00:33:34.100 –> 00:33:37.260
certain situations this way we’d all be a little more educated on what to do I’m

00:33:37.260 –> 00:33:41.740
only giving you the basics right here of what to do in an emergency situation but

00:33:41.740 –> 00:33:45.940
there are millions of other things you can do to help somebody if you’re

00:33:45.940 –> 00:33:50.260
familiar with first aid and first responding medicine and all

00:33:50.260 –> 00:33:54.780
that kind of stuff but that’s a whole nother show but like I said folks I do

00:33:54.780 –> 00:33:57.740
want to say like I said you can find all of our information at our website

00:33:57.740 –> 00:34:05.820
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00:34:05.820 –> 00:34:09.940
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