I imagine some older riders around here know already, and there have been threads organising motorcycle specific First Aid courses in the past. --[ Yes, I searched. Put your aerosol can and lighter away ]-- But THIS thread (or the video in it) made me so angry. Several of you have probably done first aid courses etc, but there are a couple of very different things about being first on the scene for a motorcycle accident. You'll see in that video that the poor crasher's mate comes over and turns his helmet towards him. YOU DON'T DO THIS I know, I know - he was worried, upset, he forgot, it's a lot to think about. But don't break your friend's necks! If it's difficult to remember that - try harder. Anyway, there's a motorcycle specific first aid course St Johns run, you can book here. But knowing that everyone's busy and has better things to spend their money on, here's a guide by some guy who did the course. It includes instructions for safe helmet removal in instances where the rider is not breathing, choking, etc. Motorcycle Accident Scene Management Every rider should read that... at least so you know to kick someone in the nuts who's trying to get you to sit up after you wake up on the road. Or, look after one of your mates properly: so maybe they've got a shot at riding again someday.