First Aid for Valentine’s Day

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we know many of you are working hard to plan a memorable evening to share with your loved one. You’re trying to think of everything, the dinner, chocolates, flowers, dessert – but you’re missing one thing, first aid preparation.

We know it doesn’t sing “love” however, disaster can still occur and […]

By |February 10th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Asthma and Bushfire Smoke

It’s bushfire season, which means the burning of wood and bushland releases harmful gases, including carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide, carbon dioxide and a range of organic compounds. This not only causes a threat to your home and the environment, but it also affects the air quality,  irritating sensitive airways and triggers asthma.  Children, the elderly, […]

By |January 9th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

Universal First Aid Signs

Are you planning on travelling this summer break? Thinking of heading to a non-English speaking country? You’ve learnt the basic words of the destinations language; “yes”, “no”, “toilet”, “food”. But have you thought about learning “help”, “first aid”, “defibrillator”, “exit”, or “hospital”? Be First Aid prepared and educate you and your loved ones on how to ask for help […]

How to be SunSmart

Skin Cancer, caused by too much exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation, is the most common form of cancer in Australia. Your skin can burn in as little as 15 minutes in the summer sun (between December and February) and can also burn on windy or cloudy days. Every time your skin is exposed to […]

How to Check and Remove Paralysis Ticks

It’s Spring, which means it is time to take preventative measures to avoid the hard-to-detect TICKS!

Although paralysis ticks can be found all year round, the peak season is spring and summer, when warm weather combines with periods of rain. Before gardening, bush walking, camping or just playing outdoors, make sure tick bite prevention and tick […]

By |September 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

What Does Drowning Look Like?

Unfortunately, 291 people drowned in Australian waterways between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013. From 291 lives lost, males claimed 238 of these lives compared to 53 females. Inland waterways including rivers, creeks, lakes, and dams represented 34 per cent of these drowning’s prompting an urgent message to all Australian’s –  ‘DROWNING DOESN’T […]

Heart Attacks in Women: More Deadly

Women are less likely to survive a heart attack than men, according to new statistics from the Heart Foundation which show men suffering twice as many heart attacks as women every year, but the same number of each sex do not survive.

Every year, 36,000 men and 19,000 women suffer a heart attack of which […]

By |September 15th, 2014|First Aid, Heart, Uncategorized|0 Comments|

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