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Free Nursing and Assisted Living Facility Forms Policies for Residential Care, Nursing Homes, ALF, RCFE, CCL


Auto Accident Procedures

This document explains good procedures to follow in case of an automobile accident. It is a useful tool for nursing homes, assisted living facilities and community based care employees. It is designed to help the driver(s) understand their responsibilities and the procedures they are to follow in the event of an auto accident.

Excerpt:
In the event of an accident these procedures should be followed:

1. Check to see if anyone is injured and needs assistance, provide first aid as needed. Keep everyone away from any potential safety hazard. The police will respond when 911 is called, if necessary call 911 yourself or ask someone reliable to do so for you. Only disclose resident information to proper authorities. Resident confidentiality should be respected.

Document size: 96 KB   (98,428 bytes)
Version: 4.0
Created: September 17, 2003
Last updated: July 14, 2015

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