Bleeding Control Kits

Injury results from a wide variety of causes, including accidents or intentional harm, and in a wide variety of locations, such as your home or workplace. It is important that as many people as possible survive their injuries if they sustain trauma. Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma. The greater the number of people who know how to control bleeding in an injured patient, the greater the chances of surviving that injury.

In addition to training law enforcement officers in bleeding control and instantly providing them with equipment to do so, emergency medical service personnel also need quicker access to the wounded. However, another key element calls for using civilian bystanders as immediate responders who perform external bleeding control for victims at the point of wounding before the arrival of professional responders.

We have designed Personal Bleeding Control Kits and packaged in a zippered bag for long-lasting durability.  Bring it with you camping or hiking, office, high-rise buildings, schools, universities, at sporting events, in-vehicle, on trips etc. The zippered nylon bag will protect the kit and keep you prepared for a bleeding emergency wherever you are.

Kit includes:

  • Bleeding Control Instructional Card – 1
  • C-A-T™ tourniquet – 1
  • Tytek Emergency Trauma Bandage 6″ – 1
  • QuikClot® Bleeding Control Dressing – 1
  • Gloves – 2 pairs
  • Compression bandage – 2
  • Sterile gauze pad 4×4 – 1 pack
  • Roller gauze 2″ – 4
  • Trauma shear – 1
  • Adhesive tape – 1
  • First aid bandage – 10
  • Normal saline – 25ml
  • Marker – 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The only thing more tragic than a death from bleeding…
IS A DEATH THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED.

So get trained and make the difference between life and death.  Mark your calendar today for our next competency based training session to learn how to stop bleeding and revive heart.

Karachi:           July 07, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Lahore:             July 15, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Islamabad:      July 29, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

 

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Personal Safety – Stop the Bleed

Blood vessels are present throughout the body. Bleeding occurs when tissues are damaged. Heavy bleeding is likely if a major blood vessel is damaged. Bleeding reduces the oxygen-carrying capacity of blood. If heavy or uncontrolled, bleeding can quickly become life threatening.

Arterial bleeding is bright red and will often spurt from a wound. It can be difficult to control due to pressure created by the heart’s contractions.

If the blood is dark red and flowing steadily, it is likely coming from a damaged vein. Bleeding from a vein can be heavy. Regardless of the source, all heavy bleeding must be controlled as soon as possible.

Clot-forming fibers naturally collect at a wound site to create a path to stop bleeding. Severe bleeding can overwhelm this process and prevent clotting from occurring.

Earlier the ABC was associated with CPR which has now become CAB, but now there is new ABC and this time it is associated with bleeding control.

How and Who Can Help:

The greater the number of people who know how to control bleeding in an injured
patient, the greater the chances of surviving that injury. You can help save a life by knowing how to stop bleeding if someone, including yourself, is injured.

Traumatic injury is one of the leading cause of death for people under 50 years of age. A large potion of those deaths are from severe bleeding – the treatable cause. Up to 20% trauma deaths could be prevented with effective bleeding control.

PRIMARY PRINCIPLES OF TRAUMA CARE RESPONSE:

■ Ensure you own safety

The ABCs of Bleeding

■ A – Alert – Call EMS (1122 for All Punjab or local EMS in other parts of Pakistan)

■ B – Bleeding – find the bleeding injury

■ C – Compress – apply pressure to stop the bleeding

1. Covering the wound with a clean cloth and applying pressure by pushing directly on it with both hands, OR

2. Using a tourniquet, OR

3. Packing (stuffing) the wound with gauze or a clean cloth and then applying pressure with both hands.

Personal Safety:

REMEMBER, your personal safety is always always the top priority. A general impression is a quick sense of what has occurred, or is occurring, when you first observe an emergency scene. This impression can help guide you in your approach. Emergency scenes are often unsafe. Your personal safety is always the highest priority, even before the safety of an ill or injured person. Always pause for a moment before approaching an emergency and look for obvious hazards. Consider the possibility of hidden dangers.

■ If you become injured, you will not be able to help the victim.
■ Provide care to the injured person if the scene is safe for you to do so.
■ If, at any time, your safety is threatened, attempt to remove yourself (and the victim if possible) from danger and find a safe location.
■ Protect yourself from blood-borne infections by wearing gloves and other valid barriers, if available, and if not then improvise but don’t compromise your personal safety.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The only thing more tragic than a death from bleeding…
IS A DEATH THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED.

So get trained and make the difference between life and death.  Mark your calendar today for our next training session:

Karachi:           July 07, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Lahore:             July 15, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Islamabad:      July 29, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

 

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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Stop the Bleed – Introduction

In the wake of a traumatic event, uncontrolled bleeding is one of the most frequent causes of death. A person can bleed to death in less than five minutes, which makes it difficult for emergency medical responders to arrive fast enough to control bleeding and save lives. Injury results from a wide variety of causes, including accidents or intentional harm, and in a wide variety of locations, such as your home or workplace. It is important that as many people as possible survive their injuries if they sustain trauma.

In addition to training law enforcement officers in bleeding control and instantly providing them with equipment to do so, emergency medical service personnel also need quicker access to the wounded. However, another key element calls for using civilian bystanders as immediate responders who perform external bleeding control for victims at the point of wounding before the arrival of professional responders.

Uncontrolled bleeding is the number one cause of preventable death from trauma. The greater the number of people who know how to control bleeding in an injured patient, the greater the chances of surviving that injury. You can help save a life by knowing how to stop bleeding if someone, including yourself, is injured.

In this series of articles, you will learn the various ways to control bleeding, whether you only have your two hands to use or whether you have a full trauma first aid kit available to you.

PRIMARY PRINCIPLES OF TRAUMA CARE RESPONSE

■ Ensure you own safety

■ The ABCs of Bleeding

■ A – Alert – Call EMS (1122 for All Punjab or EMS in other parts of Pakistan)

■ B – Bleeding – find the bleeding injury

■ C – Compress – apply pressure to stop the bleeding by:

1. Covering the wound with a clean cloth and applying pressure by pushing directly on it with both hands, OR

2. Using a tourniquet, OR

3. Packing (stuffing) the wound with gauze or a clean cloth and then applying pressure with both hands.

We will go over each of these points in our coming articles.

The only thing more tragic than a death from bleeding…
IS A DEATH THAT COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED.

 

So get trained and make the difference between life and death.  Mark your calendar today for our next training session:

Karachi:           July 07, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Lahore:             July 15, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Islamabad:      July 29, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

 

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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What Are Your First Aid Fears?

At work, injuries and illnesses kill about 2.2 million people in the world each year. In the US, about one-third of all injuries and 20% of injury deaths occur at home. 82% of parents would not know what to do if their children choke on food, burned themselves or drowned in their own back yard.

Today we would like to request you to take part in this poll and let us know what are your fears. We have decided to post series of articles covering all those topics you feel uncomfortable/hesitant about, so you don’t have to be.

Safe practices at work, home, and play can prevent many injuries, illnesses, and deaths. However, once injury or sudden illness has occurred, effective first aid can make the difference between a rapid or prolonged recovery, a temporary or permanent disability, and even life or death. The most critical decision you will make is whether to get involved when a medical emergency has occurred. It is normal to feel hesitant because you are unsure of your ability to help.

 You might hesitate because you feel like you are alone in helping. You are only the first link in a progressive chain of emergency care. Your involvement lasts only until relieved by another first aid provider or responding EMS providers – in most cases, a very short period of time.

You might hesitate for fear of making things worse. Your basic first aid training provides you with sound knowledge and skills designed only to help – and not harm – those in need.

You might also hesitate because you think you don’t have a lot of medical knowledge. Extensive medical knowledge is not necessary. First aid skills are based on common sense and simple, effective procedures that can be easily learned and safety applied.

Finally, you might hesitate because others have already stopped to help. It never hurts to see if additional assistance is needed. Other bystanders may not have any first aid training or may be hesitant to provide care.

A general impression is a quick sense of what has occurred, or is occurring, when you first observe an emergency scene. This impression can help guide you in your approach. At First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan, we offer training courses such as First Aid, CPR & AED for Adults, Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AEDCPR and AED for All (Adult, Children & Infants)Emergency Oxygen First AidFirst Aid Instructor Development CourseBloodborne Pathogens. To find out more or book a course, contact us today on 0345 5656307 or send an email to faisal@firstaidtosavealife.com

 

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How to Prevent Choking

Prevention is better than CURE.

No child should die of choking.  Yet every day children choke, and every year hundreds die and thousands land in emergency departments. One of every parent’s biggest fears is seeing their child choking. Knowing what to do in this situation could be the difference between life and death for loved ones. But the most important thing is to train yourself and others around you to recognize and respond to choking hazards.

The info in this post is intended for multiple audiences including parents, grandparents, siblings, teachers, hotel/food industry, childcare providers, babysitters, youth, primary grade students and all. I would not take lot of your time or resources to learn anti-choking techniques to same someone’s life.

Choking is largely preventable. To help reduce the chances of injury and death from choking, this post focuses on prevention strategies and knowing what to do if choking emergency occurs. Choking on food and small objects is a leading cause of death in children under the age of 5. Adults do choke on food and can die because of that too. It is common that food/eatables are biggest threat we have to deal with.

  • Kabab, sausages
  • Nuts and seeds
  • Whole grapes
  • Popcorn
  • Hard or gooey/sticky candy
  • Chunks of peanut butter or cheese
  • Raw vegetables such as carrots
  • Rice cakes; etc.

These days we often see a caution on packing materials and bags that secure them away from babies and young children. There are many other items found in the home that can lodge in a child’s throat and include:

  • Balloons
  • Coins
  • Chewing gum
  • Marbles and ball
  • Toys with small parts that can break off
  • Clothing buttons
  • Small button type batteries
  • Pen or marker caps; etc.

What can be done: 

  • Cutting food into small pieces for young children.
  • Supervising the children at mealtime.
  • Not allowing children to run or play while eating.
  • Encouraging not to take sip when something chewing/eating.
  • Monitoring and educating older children or siblings to prevent them from giving smaller children dangerous foods or small objects.
  • Avoiding toys with small parts.
  • Not allowing young children to play with coins and other small objects.

While you can’t predict when an emergency will occur, you can be prepared. In less time than you think, First Aid to Save a Life can give you the vital knowledge and skills you’ll need to respond to a life-threatening situations like choking with confidence.

FATSAL is a trainingconsultancy and sales company working since 2011 with a mission to train people to prevent injuries/illness and save lives. We strive to make first aid part of everybody’s life. We use best training supplies during our sessions to make learning easy and enhance its retention. For choking we use Act+Fast Medical’s Anti-Choking Trainer (an educational medical device patent in US) to educate participants, parents, teachers, as well as the children themselves, to learn these simple life-saving techniques. Practicing with this product will provide the confidence to react during an emergency and save lives. Use this trainer to teach yourself and everyone you know, and help make the world a little safer.

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life

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Choking Child/Baby

No child should die of choking.  Yet every day children choke, and every year hundreds die and thousands land in emergency departments. One of every parent’s biggest fears is seeing their child choking. Knowing what to do in this situation could be the difference between life and death for loved ones.

Choking among school-aged children is on the rise. Choking on food and small objects is a leading cause of death in children under the age of 5. Young children may not have fully developed muscles for chewing, enough teeth, or the ability to chew and swallow certain foods thoroughly. Toddlers explore their world by putting things in their mouths and their airways are very small in diameter. These traits and behaviors make them vulnerable to choking on foods and small objects that can lodge in the throat and block the airway.

Choking is largely preventable with a little knowledge and by following proven guidelines. But knowing what to do if a child’s airway becomes blocked is equally important.

82% of parents would not know what to do if there child choke, burned themselves or even stopped breathing.

While you can’t predict when an emergency will occur, you can be prepared. In less time than you think, First Aid to Save a Life can give you the vital knowledge and skills you’ll need to respond to a life-threatening situations like choking with confidence.

How to recognize? 

In a choking emergency, quick recognition and action are keys to clearing a blocked airway successfully. when the airway becomes blocked, a child will instinctively begin coughing to clear the blockage and may grasp at the throat.

Other signs of choking may include:

Coughing may be forceful, or weak with wheezing noises.

The child’s skin color may change.

The child may have a look of panic on his/her face.

The child may not be able to cough at all, speak, cry, or breathe.

If the child is not able to cough, speak, cry, or breathe, you must act fast to clear the airway. These signs are an indication of severe choking. All other signs listed above are indicating mild choking.

Alert:

Make sure it is safe for you to help. Get consent if parent/guardians are present and unable to help. Ask for help if no one is present and choking patient is conscious, for rest of the cases implied consent authority will prevail.

Types of Choking:

Mild Airway Obstruction: If a choking child is coughing forcefully, you should encourage coughing, observe closely, and not interfere. But be ready to help if the child/s condition gets worse, such as if the child is not able to clear the blockage with coughing, or can’t breathe.

Severe Airway Obstruction: if the child can’t cough, speak, cry, or breathe, you should have someone else call EMS, while you give first aid for choking.

Don’t wait for help to arrive or delay care. A child in this condition is not getting any oxygen and needs immediate care. If you are lone rescuer, you should give first aid for choking to clear the airway, and then call EMS.

Child Anti-Choking Technique (Abdominal Thrusts/Heimlich Maneuver):

1:- Ask for help (illustrated above).

2:- Wrap your arms around the child’s waist, and find the child’s belly button with one or two fingers.

3:- Next, make a fist with the other hand and place it flat, thumbside against the child’s stomach, just above your fingers(s) and below the lower tip of the child’s breastbone.

4:- Cover your first with the other hand.

5:- Give quick, inward and upward thrusts until the airway is clear.

6:- Monitor the child until help arrives, and ensure follow-up medical care to assess for possible injury.

If the child becomes unresponsive………….

Help the child to the ground, face-up.

If alone, provide 2 minutes of CPR before activating EMS yourself.

Begin CPR starting with compressions (chest compression + ventilation) if you are trained. If not, seek guidance from EMS and do compression-only CPR. Look in mouth for an object before giving rescue breaths. Remove any object seen. Continue CPR until child shows obvious signs of life, or another provider or EMS personnel take over.

Infant Anti-Choking Technique (Chest Thrusts/Back Blows):

1:- Assess Infant:

Look at infant’s face. If infant has weak, ineffective coughs, or lack of sound even when clearly attempting to breathe, act quickly! If available, have a bystander activate EMS.

2:- Give 5 Back Blows:

Lay infant face down over your forearm with legs straddled and with head lower than the chest. Support the head by holding the jaw. Using heel of other hand, give 5 back blows between the shoulder blades.

3:- Give 5 Chest Thrusts:

Sandwich infant between your forearms and turn onto back. Place 2 fingers on breastbone just below the nipple line and give 5 chest thrusts. Repeat back blows and chest thrusts until infant can breathe normally.

If infant becomes unresponsive…………

Gently place infant on firm surface. If alone, provide 2 minutes of CPR before activating EMS yourself.

Begin CPR starting with compressions. Look in mouth for an object before giving rescue breaths. Remove any object seen. Continue CPR until infant shows obvious signs of life, or another provider or EMS personnel take over.

FATSAL is a training, consultancy and sales company working since 2011 with a mission to train people to prevent injuries/illness and save lives. We strive to make first aid part of everybody’s life. We use best training supplies during our sessions to make learning easy and enhance its retention. For choking we use Act+Fast Medical’s Anti-Choking Trainer (an educational medical device patent in US) to educate participants, parents, teachers, as well as the children themselves, to learn these simple life-saving techniques. Practicing with this product will provide the confidence to react during an emergency and save lives. Use this trainer to teach yourself and everyone you know, and help make the world a little safer.

 

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life

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How to recognize the signs of a stroke

Stroke

is a life-threatening condition that is most common in people aged over 60, but can occur at any time in life. Stroke is the third most common cause of death and the first leading cause of disability in developed and developing countries. No large scale studies are available to determine the true incidence of stroke in Pakistan. Estimated annual incidence is 250/100,000, translating to 350,000 new cases every year. WHO says that 1 in every 6 suffers stroke once in lifetime.

Strokes often happen suddenly, without warning. Educating yourself on the signs of a stroke and taking urgent action is vital, as the sooner someone has access to treatment, the less damage their brain is likely to receive.

How do strokes happen?

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of a person’s brain is cut off. There are three different kinds;

  • Haemorrhagic– when a weakened blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain bursts.
  • Ischaemic– where blood supply to the brain is stopped due to a blood clot.
  • Transient Ischaemic– where blood supply to the brain is temporarily stopped.

In Pakistan, about 13% of strokes are Haemorrhagic and 87% Ischaemic. A stroke is fatal, and those who survive are often faced with long-term complications, even disability of some type. These include problems with walking, speech, balance, vision and bladder and bowel control. In fact, half of all stroke survivors have a disability and over a third are dependent on others.

The signs of a stroke

Stroke symptoms happen within very quick succession of each other, so if you suspect someone is confused, has severe sudden headache, unable to speak/understand, s/he might be having a stroke and you must act quickly so BE-FAST.

The signs you need to look out for can be remembered with the acronym B.E.F.A.S.T;

Balance – Is the person unsteady on his feet?

Eyes – Vision in one or both eyes lost?

Face – Has the person’s face dropped on one side? Can they smile? Has their mouth or eye dropped?

Arms – Can the person lift both arms in the air and keep them there? Do they have arm weakness or numbness? See if one arm drifts back.

Speech – Is the person’s speech slurred or strange in any other way? Can they speak at all?

Time – If you notice anyone suffering from these symptoms, it’s time to dial EMS (1122/any other number) immediately and ask for an ambulance.

The longer a person’s brain is left without oxygen, the more damaging to them a stroke will be. Immediate recognition by a bystander and a fast response from the emergency services can make a potentially fatal difference to someone suffering from a stroke.

Steps you can take to reduce your risks

Research showed that up to 80% of all strokes can be prevented. There are certain lifestyle choices you may make that increase your risk of having a stroke. Smoking, being overweight, lack of exercise, poor diet and drugs abuse can increase your risks.

Committing to a healthy lifestyle including regular exercise, eating more fruit and vegetables, and cutting out smoking can help reduce your risks of a stroke.

At First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan, we offer training courses relating to all areas of first aid, such as First Aid, CPR & AED for Adults, Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED, CPR and AED for All (Adult, Children & Infants)Emergency Oxygen First Aid, First Aid Instructor Development Course, Bloodborne Pathogens. To find out more contact us today on 0345 5656307 or send an email to faisal@firstaidtosavealife.com

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Update on Recovery Position

Update:

The recovery position is used for unresponsive adult victims who clearly have normal breathing and effective circulation. This position is designed to maintain a patent airway and reduce the risk of airway obstruction and aspiration. The victim is placed on his or her side with the lower arm in front of the body.

AHA Viewpoint on Recovery Position:

There are several variations of the recovery position, each with its own advantages. No single position is perfect for all victims.

The position should be stable, near a true lateral position, with the head dependent and with no pressure on the chest to impair breathing.

Studies in normal volunteers show that extending the lower arm above the head and rolling the head onto the
arm, while bending both legs, may be feasible for victims with known or suspected spinal injury.

The above update is from the adult and pediatric basic life support (BLS) 2017
focused updates to the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and emergency cardiovascular care (ECC).

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life

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CPR, AED and First Aid

When an Emergency Strikes, 

WIll YOU BE READY TO SAVE A LIFE?

While you can’t predict when an emergency will occur, you can be prepared. In less time than you think, First Aid to Save a Life training can give you the vital knowledge and skills you’ll need to respond to a life-threatening situation with confidence.

MEDIC First Aid International (USA) CPR, AED and First Aid for Adults training will teach you to:

  • Care for conscious and unconscious choking victims
  • Perform CPR
  • Use of AED
  • Give first aid for a variety of injuries, such as burns, wounds, head, neck and back injuries, and heat and cold-related emergencies
  • Manage sudden illnesses, stroke, seizure, bites and poisoning
  • and many other topics

You’ll also receive a participant’s workbook and MEDIC First Aid USA quick revision card that include full-color images and easy-to-read text that will walk you step by step through a variety of lifesaving skills. The skill card will also serve as an excellent refresher and reference tool after training is complete and can be kept in wallet.

Mark your calendar today for our next training sessions:

Lahore                            Feb 26, 2018                             Register

Karachi                           March 11, 2018                          Register

Faisalabad                     March 25, 2018                         Register

Sialkot                            April 14, 2018                            Register

Islamabad                     April 28, 2018                            Register

Karachi                          July 9, 2018                                Register

Lahore                           July 12, 2018                               Register

Everyone likes to think they are different. We are the same but let me assure you its not just talk. Frankly we try much harder to offer a more attentive, imaginative and enhanced and credible learning experiences.

Course Benefits & Key Features:
01:- Certification: Successful participants will receive (individual) successful accredited certificate with 2-years validity card.
02:- Training Booklet: Full-color Student Guide Book from approved course contents.
03:- Wallet Skill Card: A personal wallet skill guide card which can be used for quick reference/revision.
04:- Award-winning, professionally produced videos.
05:- A proven “seeing, hearing, doing, speaking, feeling” approach to learning.
06:- Low-stress training with user-friendly materials and positive coaching.
07:- Significant classroom time for hands-on practice.
08:- Performance-based student evaluation.

Remember CPR is as easy as A B C D E ………. 

 

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life

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Advanced Bleeding Control Course

According to the CDC traumatic injury is one of the leading causes of death for people under 50 years of age (in the U.S). A large portion of those deaths are from severe bleeding – the most treatable cause of death due to trauma. Up to 20% of trauma deaths could be prevented with effective bleeding control technique’s application.

The new Advanced Bleeding Control training program is designed to provide detailed instruction on the control of severe external bleeding, including the use of direct pressure, commercial pressure bandages, tourniquets and packed dressings.

The programs are ideal for those who have a greater than average chance of witnessing an injury event in which severe bleeding occurs and professional medical care is not readily available or is overwhelmed, such as law enforcement, private security, workplace emergency response team personnel and staff at large events, campuses or large occupied buildings.

This program can be used for standalone training or as an alternative training segment for the existing Control of Bleeding segment from current courses available.

“Don’t bleed on roads but donate blood.”

So get trained and make the difference between life and death.  Mark your calendar today for our next training session:

Karachi:           July 07, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Lahore:             July 15, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

Islamabad:      July 29, 2018            Advanced Bleeding Control Techniques

 

For Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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First Aid in Karachi – MEDIC First Aid International

Respected All,

First Aid to Save a Life (FATSAL) Pakistan is pleased to announce 1-day “CPR, AED & First Aid” International Training Certification by MEDIC First Aid International in Karachi on March 11th, 2018.

 

This is a registered training course and globally recognized. This training program is designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider and fulfills industry requirements. The course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

This course will help students to gain the knowledge skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available. Also, participants will get real life experience to use Automated External Defibrillator (AED). This training familiarizes the candidates with the latest concepts in emergency/workplace first aid according to latest guidelines released by 19 resuscitation councils of the world.

Kindly remember that we have limited seats available so don’t wait for last day and finalize your registration as early as possible to confirm your participation.

Kindly visit our upcoming trainings page for more comprehensive details and/or our online registration page. Do let us know if you have 1o or more number of delegates to be trained in one city and we can join you there to run the session for your organization.

Everyone likes to think they are different. We are the same but let me assure you its not just talk. Frankly we try much harder to offer a more attentive, imaginative and enhanced and credible learning experiences.

Equipments available for Training:
1:- Professional adult and infant CPR-AED training manikins (with CPR monitor) for realistic experiences and feedback.
2:- Professional anti-choking manikins for lifelong learning experience.
3:- AED device for training purpose.
4:- First aid supplies for extensive training and learning purposes.

Course Benefits & Key Features:
01:- Certification: Successful participants will receive (individual) successful accredited certificate with 2-years validity card.
02:- Training Booklet: Full-color Student Guide Book from approved course contents.
03:- Wallet Skill Card: A personal wallet skill guide card which can be used for quick reference/revision.
04:- Award-winning, professionally produced videos.
05:- A proven “seeing, hearing, doing, speaking, feeling” approach to learning.
06:- Low-stress training with user-friendly materials and positive coaching.
07:- Significant classroom time for hands-on practice.
08:- Performance-based student evaluation.

You are kindly requested to disseminate this training course to your respective organizations and colleagues so that they can positively participate in the said training program and acquire the benefits.

We look forward to your valuable cooperation and support.

To Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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First Aid in Lahore – MEDIC First Aid International

Respected All,

First Aid to Save a Life (FATSAL) Pakistan is pleased to announce 1-day “CPR, AED & First Aid” International Training Certification by MEDIC First Aid International in Lahore on February 26th, 2018.

Also note that MEDIC First Aid International training/s are planned:

Karachi – March 11th, 2018

Faisalabad – March 25th, 2018

This is a registered training course and globally recognized. This training program is designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider and fulfills industry requirements. The course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

This course will help students to gain the knowledge skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available. Also, participants will get real life experience to use Automated External Defibrillator (AED). This training familiarizes the candidates with the latest concepts in emergency/workplace first aid according to latest guidelines released by 19 resuscitation councils of the world.

Kindly remember that we have limited seats available so don’t wait for last day and finalize your registration as early as possible to confirm your participation.

Kindly visit our upcoming trainings page for more comprehensive details and/or our online registration page. Do let us know if you have 1o or more number of delegates to be trained in one city and we can join you there to run the session for your organization.

Everyone likes to think they are different. We are the same but let me assure you its not just talk. Frankly we try much harder to offer a more attentive, imaginative and enhanced and credible learning experiences.

Equipments available for Training:
1:- Professional adult and infant CPR-AED training manikins (with CPR monitor) for realistic experiences and feedback.
2:- Professional anti-choking manikins for lifelong learning experience.
3:- AED device for training purpose.
4:- First aid supplies for extensive training and learning purposes.

Course Benefits & Key Features:
01:- Certification: Successful participants will receive (individual) successful accredited certificate with 2-years validity card.
02:- Training Booklet: Full-color Student Guide Book from approved course contents.
03:- Wallet Skill Card: A personal wallet skill guide card which can be used for quick reference/revision.
04:- Award-winning, professionally produced videos.
05:- A proven “seeing, hearing, doing, speaking, feeling” approach to learning.
06:- Low-stress training with user-friendly materials and positive coaching.
07:- Significant classroom time for hands-on practice.
08:- Performance-based student evaluation.

You are kindly requested to disseminate this training course to your respective organizations and colleagues so that they can positively participate in the said training program and acquire the benefits.

We look forward to your valuable cooperation and support.

To Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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First Aid in Faisalabad – MEDIC First Aid International

Respected All,

First Aid to Save a Life (FATSAL) Pakistan is pleased to announce 1-day “CPR, AED & First Aid” International Training Certification by MEDIC First Aid International in Faisalabad on March 25th, 2018.

This is a registered training course and globally recognized. This training program is designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider and fulfills industry requirements. The course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

This course will help students to gain the knowledge skills, and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available. Also, participants will get real life experience to use Automated External Defibrillator (AED). This training familiarizes the candidates with the latest concepts in emergency/workplace first aid according to latest guidelines released by 19 resuscitation councils of the world.

Kindly remember that we have limited seats available so don’t wait for last day and finalize your registration as early as possible to confirm your participation.

Kindly visit our upcoming trainings page for more comprehensive details and/or our online registration page. Do let us know if you have 1o or more number of delegates to be trained in one city and we can join you there to run the session for your organization.

Everyone likes to think they are different. We are the same but let me assure you its not just talk. Frankly we try much harder to offer a more attentive, imaginative and enhanced and credible learning experiences.

Equipments available for Training:
1:- Professional adult and infant CPR-AED training manikins (with CPR monitor) for realistic experiences and feedback.
2:- Professional anti-choking manikins for lifelong learning experience.
3:- AED device for training purpose.
4:- First aid supplies for extensive training and learning purposes.

Course Benefits & Key Features:
01:- Certification: Successful participants will receive (individual) successful accredited certificate with 2-years validity card.
02:- Training Booklet: Full-color Student Guide Book from approved course contents.
03:- Wallet Skill Card: A personal wallet skill guide card which can be used for quick reference/revision.
04:- Award-winning, professionally produced videos.
05:- A proven “seeing, hearing, doing, speaking, feeling” approach to learning.
06:- Low-stress training with user-friendly materials and positive coaching.
07:- Significant classroom time for hands-on practice.
08:- Performance-based student evaluation.

You are kindly requested to disseminate this training course to your respective organizations and colleagues so that they can positively participate in the said training program and acquire the benefits.

We look forward to your valuable cooperation and support.

To Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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WHY First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

WHY First Aid to Save a Life?

Everyone likes to think they are different. We are the same but let me assure you its not just talk. Frankly we try much harder to offer a more attentive, imaginative and enhanced experience and credible learning experiences.

First Aid to Save a Life provides the best quality training at very best, affordable and lowest possible rates without compromising on quality of education. Here is the answer to many questions those may come to your mind that why you should choose First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan for training and consultancy jobs.

  • Internationally acceptable and accredited trainings in lowest possible prices in Pakistan.
  • Why go to other countries to avail internationally recognized and acceptable trainings, when we provide you the training in Pakistan at reasonable investment.
  • Your people have no travel costs, no time off-site. Why travel to the training, when we bring the training to you.
  • We utilize examples and problems from your business in our training, not made-up examples that are just not relevant.
  • We don’t believe one-size-fits-all, tailor-made training solutions are effective. You can’t get those elsewhere!
  • If you choose, we provide optional pre-exams and post-exams, for proof of training effectiveness.
  • We provide training certificates, as proof of education, and training credit, as applicable.
  • We’re ready when you are! We work to your schedule, not ours. Weekend training? No problem for us.
  • Small classes or large classes no problem with us. We provide training unique to your needs.
  • Successful participants will receive (individual) successful certificate with 2-years validity card from MEDIC First Aid International.
  • A personal wallet skill guide card which can be used for quick reference/revision.
  • Award-winning, professionally produced videos.
  • Safe and effective first aid response techniques based on G2015 Guidelines for CPRand First Aid.
  • A proven “seeing, hearing, doing, speaking, feeling” approach to learning.
  • Professional adult CPR-AED training manikins (with CPR monitor) for realistic experiences and feedback.
  • Professional infant manikin.
  • First aid supplies for pure training purposes.
  • Automated online bookings which may take 1 minute to complete the online booking process.
  • We firmly believe your training experience shouldn’t stop at the end of your course. All our delegates get access to 24 months of continuous learning links, information regarding any updates in guidelines, support and advice from our experienced trainers.
  • Quality of education is also maintained in accredited training courses where only limited participants are enrolled in one session.
  • We upload course videos on our YouTube Channel from where you can share your memories and learning experiences with your contacts.
  • In our courses we do our best to involve participants in different roles to understand actual requirements and ask him/her to perform how they will react in real life scenarios which enhances their learning, command on presenting the learning to others and learn how to handle the crowd as well to give real life experiences.
  • and many more reasons.

Also, do let us know if we have missed something which you want to see in our upcoming courses or any other facility which we are not providing in our courses.

If you are convinced and really like to hear more from us then please contact us. Click below to join us to get routine updates.

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First Aid for Family

When an Emergency Strikes

Will You Be Ready to Save a Life?

May be or may be not???

While you can’t predict when an emergency will occur, you can be prepared. In less time than you think, First Aid to Save a Life can give you the vital knowledge and skills you’ll need to respond to a life-threatening situations with confidence.

First Aid for Family training will teach you to:

  • How to stop bleed
  • Care for conscious and unconscious choking victims
  • Care for heart attack / pain in chest / cardiac arrest
  • Care for unconscious but breathing person
  • Perform CPR
  • Use of AED

This training program is designed specifically for families. Now you and your family members can learn to provide the best care possible in your own home/venue when it’s convenient for you.

Why this course?

82% of parents would not know what to do if their child started choking, burned themselves or even stopped breathing. Do you know?

Do you know the difference between cardiac arrest and heart attack?

83% of minors and young adults would feel more confident helping those around them if they were taught First Aid.

70% of out-of-hospital (OHCA) cardiac arrest occurs at home/residence. Do you know what CPR/AED is? Do you know CPR for adult/child/infant or how to use AED?

85% of minor and young children drowned in their home/residence. Do you know how to save them in future?

Falls, burns & poisoning are among the leading causes of death and injuries of children up to the age of 14. Do you know how to stop bleeding or administer required first aid?

First Aid for parents is essential, it is vital to know what to do in an emergency situation.  You are kindly requested to disseminate this flyer to others so that they can positively participate in this training program.

And remember….

First Aid is for everyone, everywhere.

 

To Your Safety,
Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life Pakistan

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