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First Aid for Electric Shock

Updated June 2021 How do you treat an electric shock? Follow these steps to help minimise the impact of electric shock: Do not touch the person unless you are sure […]
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‘Paper Bag’ Technique is Not First Aid for Asthma

Asthma is a respiratory condition that afflicts 2.7 million people in Australia — this amounts to around one in every 9 Australians (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2018). One person in […]
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First Aid Training Tips for Burns & Scalds

With temperatures cooling down over winter, our Melbourne first aid training team felt it was essential to publish a comprehensive first aid 101 for treating and preventing burns and scalds, […]
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How to Treat Poisoning

Caboolture First Aid Tips for Poison Safety Every year thousands of Australians seek medical attention due to either being poisoned outdoors or in the home, which is why our team […]

First Aid Training to Manage Anaphylaxis

People who undertake our Melbourne first aid training leave in no doubt about the serious nature of anaphylaxis. Most people who suffer from allergies only experience mild symptoms, ranging from […]

Winter First Aid Tips for Asthma Sufferers

As we head into the winter months and conditions start to cool — even in hotter areas, such as Brisbane and other Queensland locations —  this time of year can […]
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Where to do your course when we’re booked out?

Let’s start with the blatantly obvious – We may be a bit biased, but we think it would make no sense to go anywhere else than Australia Wide first aid […]
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How To Prevent Choking Hazards

For most parents with young children, the danger of their child choking is a common fear that’s never far from mind, causing a lot of anxiety. As small children are […]

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