• Push For Work Lifesavers – Herald Sun

    | 05 May 2018

    St John Ambulance Victoria is calling for action to be made by demanding Defibrillators to be compulsory for businesses across the state. Read more below in this article by the Herald Sun.

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  • St John Ambulance Gifts Halls Gap Zoo A Defibrillator During Heart Week – Stawell Times

    | 04 May 2018

    In celebration of heart week, St John Ambulance (VIC) gifted Halls Gap Zoo a Defibrillator in a bid to raise awareness of the life-saving devices. Halls Gap Zoo experiences a significant amount of foot traffic throughout the zoo each year, as a key tourist attraction in the area. Businesses across Victoria were invited to apply […]

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  • St John Ambulance Calls For Mandatory Workplace Defibrillators – Bendigo Advertiser

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    Research commissioned by St John Ambulance (VIC) revealed that just three in 10 Victorian workers were aware of a Defibrillator in their workplace. The worrying statistic prompted the organisation to giveaway five life-saving machines to deserving businesses across the state. Disability group Golden City Support Services was the Bendigo region winner. Read more in this […]

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  • Have You Had Your Flu Vaccination – Alexandra Eildon Marysville Standard

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    A recent study conducted by St John Ambulance (VIC) revealed that 85 per cent of Victorians have experience some level of flu symptoms in the past 12 months and 29 per cent have taken two or more days off to cope with their symptoms. St John Ambulance (VIC) advocates all Victorians get their flu vaccination […]

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  • First Aid Tip – How to Stop a Nose Bleed

    | 01 May 2018

    A nose bleed is something most of us encounter at least a few times a year. Often unexpected and inconvenient, understandably we want them to end as soon as possible.  Whether it’s a child, another adult or ourselves, the distress of having blood gushing out of your nose is unpleasant and knowing how to stop […]

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  • Many Learning CPR – Riverine Herald

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    St John Ambulance (VIC) recently partnered with the Heart Foundation and Ambulance Victoria as part of the Heart Safe Community Initiative, by visiting local businesses in Tatura with our CPR Lab community program. The Heart Safe Community Initiative aims to raise awareness of the importance of providing early CPR and use of an Automated External […]

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  • Should You Get the Flu Vaccination This Year?

    | 26 Apr 2018

    A tickle, a sneeze, an ache, a sniffle or a cough – this time of year it often leads to the same thing; the Flu. With a particularly severe 2017 Flu season behind us, many people are considering getting the flu vaccination, and with good reason. With 745 deaths in 2017 directly from the Flu, […]

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  • Life-Saving Training Provided – Shepparton News

    | 19 Apr 2018

    St John Ambulance (VIC) visited Shepparton Maude St Mall on Wednesday 18th April as part of the 2018 CPR Lab Rural Roadshow. Professional trainers provided locals the opportunity to learn real life-saving skills with 10 minute CPR lessons using the state of the art QCPR technology, exclusive to St John Ambulance. Read more in this […]

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  • Chance To Learn Vital Life-Saving Skills – Shepparton News

    | 18 Apr 2018

    St John Ambulance (VIC) CPR Lab made its second stop on the 2018 Rural Roadshow, visiting Shepparton Maude St Mall on Wednesday 18th April 2018. If you’re interested in the CPR Lab visiting your town in regional Victoria, send your enquiries here. See more in the article below from Shepparton News.

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  • 5 Ways to Know if You’re Getting Your Training from a Real RTO

    | 17 Apr 2018

    When you’re completing any type of training, whether it be First Aid training or another sort of workplace course, you depend on knowing you’re dealing with a reputable RTO training organisation that will deliver more than just a piece of paper. After all, your time, money and effort are all extremely valuable and you have […]

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