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ReferencesHealthline. (n.d.). Tinel's Sign: Test for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Other Uses, and Results. Retrieved from Page 2 of 7Review Test Submission: Unit VI Assessment – BOS3701-16I...7/27/2019...
Nims, D.K. (1999). New York, NY: Wiley. Stack, T., Ostrom, L. T., & Wilhelmsen, C. A. (2016). . Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.World Health Organization. 2010. WHO guidelines on drawing blood: Best practices in phlebotomy. Annex I, Modified Allen test. Available from: The first instinct when a person sees money lying on the ground is to bend over and pick it up. By using the four e’s, steps can be taken to help train someone to avoid injury when bending to retrieve something. Empowerment is the authority or power given to someone to do something. Encouragement is the action of giving someone support, confidence or hope. Education is an enlightening experience. The last is enlightening which is defined as the action of enlightening or the state of be enlightened. Education provides people with the knowledge and skills needed to do avoid hazards that could place them at risk. Teaches them how to identify risk and hazards. A reaction is an action taken in response to something. A prime example is a story that was told during a safety training. An employee noticed another employee lying on the ground in a lab. Their first reaction was to go check on the employee. This was a fatal mistake, that employee was overcome with whatever was lurking in the room. Three additional employees did the same thing. Each employee’s reaction was to go check the down person to see what happened, even when they were unsure what was wrong with the employees. There was a chemical leak that was releasing a highly toxic gas that was fatal to anyone that entered the space without proper personal protection. All five lives were lost that day due to the reaction they took to seeing a fellow employee on the ground. Page 3 of 7Review Test Submission: Unit VI Assessment – BOS3701-16I...7/27/2019...
The best way to reduce accidents is to develop a strong safety culture. This can be achieved through the 4 E’s empower, encourage, enlighten and education (Smart Safety Group, 2013). As a person gets older it only takes a wrong turn or twist to cause injury to the back. Empower the individual through education regarding their health and why some acts can harm you. Encourage the individual to use the proper technique when bending to pick something up. Though education and enlightenment we can train people to not react as their first instinct to something and the proper bending procedure to ensure

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