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First aid tips - Shock

First Aid For Shock:

Shock is for sure a life-threatening condition which happen to a person when their body isn&rsq...


Rio Ferdinand Foundation

On the 11th of December 2015 the Rio Ferdinand Foundation delivered a Football and Employability event at Trafford Power League in Greater Manchester.

The event brought employers and youn...


What should I have in a First Aid Kit?

A concern which is shared by all business owners is the safety of their employees. Whilst they are carrying out work which is a part of their job role, it is the responsibility of the employer to e...


What is CPR ?

CPR, Cardio (Heart) Pulmonary (Lungs) Resuscitation (Revival) is an emergency life saving procedure that is performed on people whose heart has stopped.  By pressing on the casualties chest an...


St John Ambulance statistics

Key Statistics

  • Fewer than one in 10 people have the skills to save a life
    [St John Ambulance Census Feb 2014*]
  • Our re...


HSE Changes in First Aid

The regulation changes 
From 1st October 2013 the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) no longer requires to formally approve first aid training which now gives employers...


Guidelines 15th Oct 2015 - Resuscitation Council (UK)

Extract taken from Resuscitation Council (UK)

The Resuscitation Council (UK) published new resuscitation guidelines online on 15th October 2015 following the review...


First Aid Facts

First Aid Facts

  • A blocked airway can kill someone in three to four minutes, but it can...


Bonfire Night Injuries

At Response First training we all think fireworks are great, but we also know that with fireworks comes the Fireworks safety code - read them follown them and adhere to them as these can prevent so...


Health and safety statistics

Key figures for Great Britain (2014/15)


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What a great course! The pace was good with time to address questions, as English is not my first language Saied was very patient and considerate and through key points. Great to have supportive documents to take away and consolidate learning. Thank you for the fantastic pen :) M...

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Review of EFAW Course: A very informative, well-paced course with excellent practical demonstrations. Have already had cause to use what I learned. Highly recommended. Jan Grzywinski, The Polish Saturday School in Manchester ...

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Thank-you Saied Patel at Response First for the extremely professional but fun First Aid training course I attended last week. I hope I never have to use the skills I learnt but I'm more than confident to do so if needed. These life skills often get over looked, would you know wh...

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