• End of Financial Year First Aid Advice

    | 14 Jun 2017

    End of Financial Year is fast approaching and it’s important that every business has ticked all the boxes available to benefit their business before tax time arrives. But far more important than financial savings, End of Financial Year is the ideal time to ensure your business is well placed to save a life. Checking your Kits, […]

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  • First Aid for Overexposure to the cold – Frostbite and Hypothermia Treatment– 9 Essential Tips

    | 08 Jun 2017

    What is Hypothermia? Hypothermia is a condition which is triggered when the body’s warming abilities fail or are overwhelmed. This causes the body temperature to drop below 35°C, under the normal average of 37°C. With the onset of winter, Victorians are exposed to colder, wetter and windier weather conditions. You could find yourself in a […]

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  • A Guide To Setting Up Your Philips HeartStart AED in 5 Easy Steps

    | 06 Jun 2017

    So, you’ve made the wise decision to purchase a Philips HeartStart AED for your workplace, community club or school to ensure you are First Aid ready in case of a cardiac emergency. But, what’s next? Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are designed to be simple to use for people of all ages, education and background and setting […]

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  • Guide to First Aid Training – What First Aid Providers to Book and Why

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    Incidences that require First Aid can present themselves anywhere, at any time. The workplace is one of the most common places a First Aid situation will occur so it is imperative that every business is First Aid ready. With a range of options available for First Aid training it is essential that you are confident […]

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  • How to Choose a Defibrillator – 22 Life Saving Features Compared

    | 31 May 2017

    When it comes to saving a life during a cardiac arrest every minute counts. If a Defibrillator is available it is vital that it can be used reliably and quickly by the user. The sooner the casualty receives defibrillation the greater their chance of survival is in the life threatening situation of cardiac arrest. It’s […]

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  • Are You About To Have a Heart Attack? Top 11 Heart Attack Signs to Watch For

    | 30 May 2017

    The words ‘heart attack’ strike fear into all of us. It brings to mind images of a sudden, painful and scary end. Which it sadly is for around 9,000 Australians each year. But what is the reality and the truth when it comes to heart attacks? And, importantly what heart attack signs should you keep […]

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  • How to Choose the Best First Aid Kit

    | 23 May 2017

    We know the world of First Aid Kits can be a little daunting if you’re unfamiliar with what’s available. Will it have the right equipment, or enough of the right contents for me? How will I know what needs to be in there? How you choose the best First Aid Kit from dozens of potential […]

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  • Why Small Businesses Need To Be More Engaged With Mental Health – Inside Small Business

    | 22 May 2017

    Our idea of occupational health and safety generally stops at the obvious physical risks we see at our workplace – the loose cables, broken wires or large pots of boiling oil that we’ve been trained to see as threats – but with last week’s World Day for Safety and Health at Work, there was a […]

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  • Mental Health First Aid

    Why small businesses need to be more engaged with mental health – Inside Small Business

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    Many small businesses are well aware of the possible health issues that can effect their staffs ability to perform adequately at work. However, there is a common illness that is highly prevalent in the work force but is often overlooked and that is; mental health. With 1 in 5 Australian adults experiencing symptoms of mental […]

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  • Fainting First Aid

    Fainting First Aid

    | 16 May 2017

    Fainting can be a fairly common occurrence, but nonetheless it is concerning to see someone collapse in front of you with no warning. You may not know if they’re simply fainting or having a serious incident such as a sudden cardiac arrest that could result in death. Once you learn the correct fainting First Aid […]

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