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what to do in case of an accident
1 Secure the accident area- 
protect with crossed skis or plant snowboard above the slope from the injured person.
2 First Aid
conduct ABC
check the Airway is clear
check for Breathing
check for a pulse (Circulation)
cover any wound and apply firm pressure.
provide warmth
give nothing to eat or drink.
3 Alert Rescue Services
give piste name and nearest piste marker
number of people injured
type of injury
4 Establish the Facts-
names and addresses of people involved and witnesses
place, time and circumstance of accident
terrain, snow conditions, visibility 
markings and signs
report to police

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