Archive for month: November, 2012

Health and Safety Executive to revoke all Approvals from FIRST AID Training Providers.

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Health and Safety Executive to revoke all Approvals from FIRST AID Training Providers. As of midnight on the 5th April 2013, the HSE will no longer be responsible for the approval and monitoring of HSE Approved training organisations in the UK. Following an amendment of the Regulations, there will be no such thing as a […]

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Should Children’s Centres have a Defibrillator?

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Should Children’s Centres have a defibrillator? Among the childcare managers I’ve heard from, the general opinion is that very few centres have automatic external defibrillators (AEDs). Those that have them focus on their use for adult cardiac emergencies. However, some centres have be moving toward implementing these safety precautions. AEDs are used to treat sudden […]

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Defibrillator – AED

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Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) are the latest, most important, advancement in sudden cardiac arrest response. They are amazing little gadgets that pretty much anyone can operate with little aed training and they are popping up all over the place, from schools to churches to health clubs to homes. Action Training have provided over 22 AEDs […]

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