• 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


    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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  • St John VIC Volunteers

    St John Ambulance invites the Warrnambool community to get behind the cause – The Standard

    | 14 May 2017

    St John Ambulance Victoria has been working for the Service of Humanity for over 134 years, in 2017. St John Victoria’s mission is to provide the public with First-Aid related services which build individual and community resilience. St John aims to have volunteers present at community events, public gatherings and civil emergencies. Our volunteers are […]

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  • St John Ambulance Volunteer Requirements – What it Really Takes

    | 12 May 2017

    We get a huge amount of volunteer enquiries every month – up to 150 in Victoria alone. We’re very fortunate and humbled that so many people want to join us in delivering First Aid services to the community at festivals and events. Our volunteers are so incredibly valued by the public when they’re out and […]

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  • Royal Visit – Caufield Glen Eira Leader

    | 09 May 2017

    St John Victoria’s vision is to have at least one person educated, equipped, and prepared to provide life-saving First Aid in every household, workplace and public gathering in Victoria. St John believes early education on first aid is crucial to achieving this goal. This inspired the St John Victoria First Aid in schools initiative which has […]

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  • St John Victoria Volunteer

    National Volunteer Week: Ballarat thanks hard workers – The Courier

    | 08 May 2017

    It takes complete humility, compassion and selflessness to volunteer your spare time to providing care and assistance to your community. At St John Victoria we are very fortunate that our volunteers fully encompass these traits. We are so incredibly grateful for their ongoing commitment and efforts to contribute to the safety of our community and build resilience across […]

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  • CPR Training St John

    First Aid Taught To A Driving Rhythm – The Senior

    | 26 Apr 2017

    As part of our CPR Lab tour of retirement communities in Victoria, we recently visited Cumberland View in Wheelers Hill. The Senior published this piece online to spread the word, you can take a look here.

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  • Camping First Aid Myths – Practical Parenting

    | 13 Apr 2017

    Just in time for Easter camping trips away in the wilderness, Practical Parenting published this handy guide on camping first aid myths in collaboration with St John Ambulance. It covers what to do and what not to do for a bee sting, dehydration, snakebite and burns around the camp fire. Going bush can be dangerous, […]

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