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In this video we will teach you what to do if youve found someone collapsed. The initial assessment is called a primary survey. This is a quick, orderly assessment to establish how best to treat our casualty in order of priority. We can use the initials DR. ABC or DRABC to remind us of the steps we need to follow. These initials stand for Danger, Response, Airway, Breathing and Circulation. So, when I see a casualty, first Im going to check for any danger, to make sure its safe for me to approach them. I dont want to become a casualty myself. Then Im going to see if I can get any response from the casualty. As you approach, introduce yourself. Ask them questions to try to get a response. If they are not alert and do not respond to your voice, kneel down beside them and gently shake their shoulders Hello Amy, its Winston, can you hear me? Open your eyes. Still no response? You can pinch their ear lobe to see if they respond to pain. Depending on how the casualty responds to you