OBSERVANT: That an officer may note the causes and signs of injury;
TACTFUL: That an officer may, without thoughtless questions, learn the symptoms and the history of the case, and secure the confidence of the patient and the bystanders;
RESOURCEFUL: that an officer may use to best advantage whatever is at hand to prevent further damage and to assist Nature's efforts to repair the mischief already done;
DEXTROUS: Than an officer may handle a patient without causing unnecessary pain, and use appliances efficiently and neatly;
EXPLICIT: That an officer may give clear instructions to the patient and/or bystanders on how best to assist;
DISCRIMINATING: That an officer may decide which of the several injuries should be treated first;
PERSEVERING: That officers may continue their efforts, though not at first successful;
SYMPATHETIC - That an officer may give real comfort and encouragement to the suffering.