Restart A Heart Day – Australia 2020

“Let’s  save more lives”

Do you know how to save a life? 

Make a difference, learn CPR and know how to use a Defibrillator.

At First Aid Accident & Emergency, we have been training Australian people to save lives by teaching the life saving skill of CPR and how to use a defibrillator for over 15 years.

Restart a heart day SPECIAL: Not only special prices – we are also pledging $50 for every defibrillator sold to Re Start A Heart Day in the week of 12th to the 19th of October 2020.

As the trusted Defibrillator supplier to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, we have some life saving prices on workplace and club Defibrillator Bundles, every bundle comes with a free online training video for your team.

Improve the chance of survival

in a Sadly, the survival rate from a cardiac arrest is only 10%.

Time is a critical factor with survival – for every minute that passes without intervention, the chance of survival decreases by 10%. Having a bystander willing, and confident, to start CPR can mean the difference between life and death.

This is why the global ‘Restart a Heart’ day initiative is so important. October 16 is international Restart a Heart Day, a global initiative designed to raise awareness and educate the community on the importance of learning CPR and having access to AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) in the community.

Learn these THREE SIMPLE but VERY IMPORTANT STEPS to save a life?

Call / emergency services on 000

Call 000 as soon as possible by using the EMERGENCY+ App on your smart phone, this app will tewll you where you are so the Ambulance can access you quickly.

PUSH / CPR

Start CPR as soon as possible after you check the Airway and Breathing on the patient, if they are not breathing- START CPR with 30 Compressions followed by 2 breaths. Compressions only are acceptable if you are un willing to place your mouth on the patient.

SHOCK – Defib to restart the heart

Place the Defibrillator onto the patient as soon as possible after CPR has been started, dont stop compressions to apply the DEFIB and follow the prompts of the Defibrillator.