Warming weather means Caravan and Marine AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) bundles are being towed out the door! Summer is approaching fast so the team at FAAE have put together the perfect Defib Bundles to help keep your outdoor adventures safe.
Re-Start A Heart Day is an annual international initiative to bring awareness to the importance of learning CPR skills and increasing access to AEDs in the global community. This year Re-Start A Heart Day falls on October 16th. For this year’s Re-Start A Heart Day, FAAE are pledging $50.00 for every Defibrillator sold at our online Defibrillator Shop between the week of October 12th – 19th 2020. These donations will help save lives throughout Australia.
Peter Cary attended a First Aid course in October of 2015, when he suddenly has a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA). Ironically, this happened during a role-play session in the CPR Course where students were practicing their newly acquired First Aid skills on each other. Our qualified First Aid trainers thought Mr Cary was merely getting […]
Everyone who experiences this disease will experience it a little differently, because their bodies will respond to the virus in a different way. Following a positive diagnosis you may be able to remain at home in self-isolation or you may need treatment in a hospital. Home treatment and self-isolation For most Australians, the virus will […]
We recommend that all schools throughout Australia consider investing in a defibrillator to have kept on their campus. Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is unpredictable—you never know when it might happen to a student, teacher or parent at the school. Read more in our latest blog.
Karen made an emergency visit to us today to replace the defibrillator pads and the battery for a School Defibrillator Bundle Pack. It was used at her school here on the Gold Coast to successfully resuscitate a parent at a school assembly. Read more about the importance of defibrillators in our latest blog.
Regardless of the industry you work in, there’s always a chance that injury or illness will strike while you’re on the job. We’ve put together a simple summary of some of the basic and most important first aid equipment to ensure you have in your workplace first aid kit.
Ensure you and your staff are prepared to manage a complete range of medical emergencies by considering an onsite first aid training session with the experts at FAAE. Our professional team travel to workplaces all over the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Northern NSW regions to deliver fun and informative first aid and CPR training courses.
Previously known as ‘Senior First Aid’, ‘Provide First Aid HLTAID003’ is the Workplace Level 2 Australian Standard for first aiders within working environments. This particular course is conducted face-to-face and only takes one day session to complete.
I refreshed my First Aid certification this week with Scott Whimpey from First Aid Accident and Emergency. I just wanted to give a shout out to Scott as he an an excellent trainer and is especially passionate about teaching all levels first aid to people from all walks of life. – Mayor Tom Tate
First Aid Accident & Emergency
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