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Who Should Get Basic First Aid and CPR Training

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Who Should Get Basic First Aid and CPR Training

Emergency situations are scary, but they are part of life and something bad will eventually happen at one point. Knowing what to do in this case could save the life of a family member or co-worker one day. The American Heart Association states that: CPR can increase the chances of survival 2-3 times Most of the cardiac arrests (more than 85%) take place at home, and unfortunately less than 8% of the people survive. Most victims appear healthy and do not have a history of heart problems. Cardiac arrests are the cause of most deaths worldwide, the same number as...

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How To Deal With A Workplace Emergency

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How To Deal With A Workplace Emergency

  Workplace emergencies are a normal part of life and regardless of all the precaution measures, they can still happen. That’s why it is important for all employees to know what to do in an emergency situation.  Taking the right steps at the right time, can sometimes make the difference between life and death. To make it easier for people to remember what to do, we came up with the acronym STOP, which includes 4 essential steps: Stop what you are doing All working activities should be stopped as soon as there is something wrong. In case the accident was...

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Holiday First Aid Advice for Travelling with Children

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Holiday First Aid Advice for Travelling with Children

Travelling with a baby or toddler can be a very challenging experience, and in this article we’ll give you some practical tips to make the journey smooth and pleasant for everyone. Flying with a child Going through the flight is the first challenge that you need to tackle. Air pressure might bother the little ones, so make sure to have some Calpol with you (or something similar). To relieve ear pressure you can also give them something to chew on, to sip some water or suck on a dummy. Also make sure to have some toys or books to keep...

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