First Aid training provides participants with the knowledge to make a difference when accidents or injuries occur. The information you receive will help you think more clearly & make educated decisions while waiting for medical assistance to arrive.
Michael Jones, the Head Trainer & Director of First Aid Advantage is passionate about training others in First Aid. Michael delivers a high quality, professional & practical course with a few laughs!! First Aid Advantage conducts First Aid courses every Wednesday & Friday at their Mackay Harbour premises. First Aid Advantage also offers on site course for groups of 8 people & over.
A defibrillator can save someone’s life if they have a cardiac arrest. Application of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) within minutes dramatically increases the survival rate. Without defibrillation, for every minute that passes, the chance of survival is reduced by 10%, even if CPR is being performed. Each year more than 30,000 Australians suffer a cardiac arrest.
Defibrillators are devices that restore a normal heartbeat by sending an electronic pulse or shock to the heart.
Anyone can operate a defibrillator. They are safe & easy to use. They will talk you through the process giving very simple directions on what to do & when. You don’t need training to use a defibrillator, however First Aid training will increase your confidence.
Learn how to save a life. All First Aid Advantage CPR courses include training on a defibrillator.
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Traumatic injuries often require first aiders to assist injured persons. It is therefore very important to know how to respond in different situations. Providing initial care and supporting more advanced responders in delivering pre-hospital care are the two most valuable interventions any first aider can contribute to seriously injured persons.⠀
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1 826 November, 2019
At Hill Osteopathy we always have our patients health and safety in front of our minds.
We keep our emergency first aid training current and up to date, so you can feel even more safe in our hands.
We make sure we're up to date with all relevant qualifications and certificates to ensure that whoever we're working with are in the best possible hands, no matter what. So we're pleased to say Jill, our Act It Out First Aider, passed her latest Emergency First Aid course including Defib training (with flying colours even if we do say so ourselves 😉). Although something we never want to have to use it's important for us to have these skills! It was a great course with an ex military medic and paramedic trainer... thanks Carly and congrats Jill!
Here at Mansons First Aid, we have delivered courses to a huge variety of different workplaces; from nightclubs to laboratories and everything in between!
Get in touch to book your first aid course with us, we have something to cater for everyone!
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Fantastic training exercise this week for our Hazardous Area Response Team and Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue Service.
Thanks to Thames Water contractors, Barhale, who are carrying out a sewer extension and allowed us access to the site.
The exercise saw workers trapped in a tunnel leading from a five metre shaft dug vertically downwards.
Barhale have their own rescue team as part of their pre -planning which saw them heading in and rescue a first casualty, followed by HART and OFRS working together to access a second casualty, provide initial emergency medical care and then bring them to the surface.
3 16419 October, 2019
I have a new found respect for babies learning to walk. They fall so many times and they dust themself off and try again. Just watch them and see how many times they fall.
Well I feel like I can't trust my own walking and I am definately now afraid of the dark. All because I FELL OVER!!! This wasn't a easy fall at all. In the dark, straight onto the side of the big fan bursting lip, banging my shoulder and cutting my leg on the fan. (It was disgusting - the open wound, the blood 😣 it was horrible)
Hubby jumped into action doing his own romantic emergency first aid. After screaming my name as If I FELL over on purpose he then scooped me up ran to get a top and cotton pads (I don't know what else he did I was too shocked) he ripped the top like some Ashanti Tarzan and tied it round the wound etc me looking at him shaking from the shock from the drop. (FYI I did go to hospital after to clean it and dress it anf check if I needed tetanus etc)
Now I approach night time walking differently. The @samsunguk torch has never seen as much use as it does now.
I make sure I assess my path before I start walking etc I literally could walk around the whole house in the dark but now I'm very cautious.