If you completed the workbook, you may upload the file below and do not need to fill out the requirements below. If you do not submit the workbook, you can complete the questions below for requirements you did not complete during class.
1.Earn the First Aid merit badge.
2(b) Using a chart, graph, spreadsheet, or another method approved by yourcounselor, demonstrate your understanding of each aspect of emergency preparednesslisted in requirement 2a (prevention, protection, mitigation, response,and recovery) for 10 emergency situations from the list below. You must use thefirst five situations listed below in boldface, plus any other five of your choice.Discuss your findings with your counselor.(1) Home kitchen fire(2) Home basement/storage room/garage fire(3) Explosion in the home(4) Automobile crash(5) Food-borne disease (food poisoning)(6) Fire or explosion in a public place(7) Vehicle stalled in the desert(8) Vehicle trapped in a blizzard(9) Earthquake or tsunami(10) Mountain/backcountry accident(11) Boating or water accident(12) Gas leak in a home or a building(13) Tornado or hurricane(14) Major flooding or a flash flood(15) Toxic chemical spills and releases(16) Nuclear power plant emergency(17) Avalanche (snowslide or rockslide)(18) Violence in a public place
2 (c) Meet with and teach your family how to get or build a kit, make a plan,and be informed for the situations on the chart you created for requirement2b. Complete a family plan. Then meet with your counselor and report onyour family meeting, discuss their responses, and share your family plan.
Requirement 3. Show how you could safely save a person from the following:(a) Touching a live household electric wire(b) A structure filled with carbon monoxide(c) Clothes on fire(d) Drowning, using nonswimming rescues (including accidents on ice)
Upload a photo of you showing the techniques used for each part of requirement 3
Requirement 4. Show three ways of attracting and communicating with rescue planes/aircraft.
Requirement 5.With another person, show a good way to transport an injured person out of a remote and/or rugged area, conserving the energy of rescuers while ensuring the well-being and protection of the injured person.
6.Do the following:
Requirement 7(b) Prepare a written plan for mobilizing your troop when needed to do emergency service. If there is already a plan, explain it. Tell your part inmaking it work.
Requirement 8. Do the following:(a) Tell the things a group of Scouts should be prepared to do, the training they need, and the safety precautions they should take for the following emergency services:
8(b) Prepare a personal emergency service pack for a mobilization call.Prepare a family emergency kit (suitcase or waterproof box) for use byyour family in case an emergency evacuation is needed. Explain the needsand uses of the contents.
9. Do ONE of the following:(a) Using a safety checklist approved by your counselor, inspect your home forpotential hazards. Explain the hazards you find and how they can be corrected.(b) Review or develop a plan of escape for your family in case of fire inyour home.(c) Develop an accident prevention program for five family activities outsidethe home (such as taking a picnic or seeing a movie) that includes an analysisof possible hazards, a proposed plan to correct those hazards, and the reasonsfor the corrections you propose.