Why First Aid to Save a Life?

First Aid to Save a Life (FATSAL) is the leading training, consultancy and sales company working since 2011. We are pioneer in introducing MEDIC First Aid International & ASHI (USA) certifications in Pakistan and provider of exemplary first aid courses; offering outstanding training for groups and individuals at your venue or ours.

Experience:

With over 12 years of experience in health and safety profession and over 13 years experience with MEDIC First Aid we are proven leaders and the preferred single-source provider of emergency care and first aid training solutions for instructors, small businesses and large corporations, schools, daycare, sports coaches, diving instructors, life guards, personal and fitness instructors, international certification bodies, and international agencies.

Smooth Scheduling:

In this very global but competitive world, we are proud to serve our clients where they work and live. We also offer flexible scheduling to work with your hours of operation and provide bespoke and on-site training to minimize time losses.

Realistic Trainings:

Our programs put lifesaving skills in context with real-life scenarios students can relate to. The cornerstone of training is material available for hands-on learning and we ensure that students have ample time for learning on the best tools available.

Compliance:

Compliance with regulatory requirements or corporate policies or industry challenges or
international policies is often the motivation to provide workplace training/s. However, the true value of safety and emergency care training is preventing workplace injuries and preparing your team to respond when something does happen.

When an Emergency Strikes,
Will You Be Ready to Save a Life?

A robust training program helps ensure that someone is available with the confidence and knowledge to use the appropriate techniques, practices, and recognize, assesses, and prioritize the need for first aid, provide appropriate first aid, recognize limitations and personal safety, seek professional medical assistance when necessary, avoid secondary accidents, and sometimes, even save a life. While you can’t predict when an emergency will occur, you can be prepared.

In less time than you think, FATSAL can give you the vital knowledge and skills you’ll need to respond to a life-threatening situations with confidence. Students who have trained through our training programs are prepared to come to the aid of those around them. From lay providers with basic first aid skills to professional responders using advanced techniques, the training we provide can make all the difference.

Depth of Courses:

Our most popular courses include the intensive one day Basic First Aid training to meet local requirements as well as fully accredited and regulated Emergency First Aid, Advance First Aid  courses and short courses. We run specific courses for all sorts of sports organisations, schools, nurseries and health professionals. We also have specific courses for carers of adults and teenagers and will adapt these entirely according to your requirements.

Bespoke and Outdoor Courses:

We run bespoke courses for groups and have scheduled courses for individuals. All courses are tailored to your needs. We are first to offer outdoor first aid courses to comply with your specific requirements.

After Training Support:

We will help you retain your skills and knowledge: you will receive a comprehensive first aid manual, regular updates and a reminder when your certificate is about to expire. Language support is available for those with English as a second language and continuous online learning resources enable you to easily update your skills.

Content Guidelines:

All our courses incorporate best practice and comply with the latest guidelines from the American Red Cross, American Heart Associations, Resuscitation Council UK, European Resuscitation Council and comply with the local requirements.

Individual Course Booking:

For individual course booking visit upcoming courses for announced schedule and follow the procedure. For any help see below info to contact us.

Corporate/Group Training Solutions:

If you have delegates with similar training needs, FATSAL can also offer cost-effective in-house and/or onsite bespoke training solutions. For Corporate Training Solutions and to share your training requirements do contact us:

faisal@firstaidtosavealife.com         /         0092 345 5656307

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First Aid CPR AED Course | Sep 26 | Karachi

WHY learn first aid with FATSAL?

Because we allow participants to express themselves and practice skills.

Learning by doing enhances the skills and knowledge retention time and also builds the confidence to deal with the situation in reality. Join FATSAL in Karachi on September 26 from 9 am to 6 pm to experience the learning by doing first aid training session to get ready to Save Lives!

National Course: The course fee is =6,000/- PKR per person inclusive of course notes, certification, refreshments & lunch.

MEDIC First Aid International (USA) Course: The course fee is =14,500/- PKR per person inclusive of course book, quick wallet card, MEDIC First Aid certification, refreshments and lunch.

Click here to download the sample course book.

This training program is designed specifically for the layman to learn first aid care which exceeds local and industry requirements. This course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

By the end of the session, participants will be able to understand and perform:

  • Role of the first aid care provider
  • Care for conscious and unconscious choking victims – practical of anti-choking practices
  • Perform CPR – hands-on session
  • Recovery position – practical exercise
  • Use of AED – practical by participants
  • Give first aid for a variety of injuries, such as burn, fracture, eye injury, bleeding control, head, neck & back injuries, and heat & cold-related emergencies. There are a variety of scenarios for hands-on practice.
  • Manage sudden illnesses, heart attack, stroke, seizure, bites, poisoning, diabetics and many other topics.

This course will help students gain the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available. Kindly remember that we have limited seats available so don’t wait for the last day. Do grab your mobile/system 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.

 

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

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COVID19 and Heart Health

A growing number of studies suggest many COVID-19 survivors experience some type of heart damage, even if they didn’t have underlying heart disease and weren’t sick enough to be hospitalized. This latest twist has health care experts worried about a potential increase in heart failure.

“Very early into the pandemic, it was clear that many patients who were hospitalized were showing evidence of cardiac injury,” said Dr. Gregg Fonarow, chief of the division of cardiology at the University of California, Los Angeles. “More recently, there is recognition that even some of those COVID-19 patients not hospitalized are experiencing cardiac injury. This raises concerns that there may be individuals who get through the initial infection, but are left with cardiovascular damage and complications.”

Fonarow said these complications, such as myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart muscle, could lead to an increase in heart failure down the road. He’s also concerned about people with pre-existing heart disease who don’t have COVID-19 but who avoid coming into the hospital with heart problems out of fear of being exposed to the virus.

“The late consequences of that could be an increase in heart failure,” he said. “It is much safer if having symptoms that could represent heart attack or stroke, to come into the emergency department than to try to ride it out at home.”

Nearly one-fourth of those hospitalized with COVID-19 have been diagnosed with cardiovascular complications, which have been shown to contribute to roughly 40% of all COVID-19-related deaths.

But two recent studies suggest heart damage among those infected may be more widespread. In JAMA Cardiology, an analysis of autopsies done on 39 COVID-19 patients identified infections in the hearts of patients who had not been diagnosed with cardiovascular issues while they were ill.

Another JAMA Cardiology study used cardiac MRIs on 100 people who had recovered from COVID-19 within the past two to three months. Researchers found abnormalities in the hearts of 78% recovered patients and “ongoing myocardial inflammation” in 60%. The same study found high levels of the blood enzyme troponin, an indicator of heart damage, in 76% of patients tested, although heart function appeared to be generally preserved. Most patients in the study had not required hospitalization.

 

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Basic Life Support with AED Practice | Karachi | Sep 27

FATSAL is the leading first aid service provider in Pakistan with over 10 years of field/training experience and equipped with latest and most versatile training supplies.

First Aid to Save a Life is proud to offer hands-on skills session to teach lifesaving skills to save lives. Our Basic Life Support (BLS) Course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations, provide early use of an AED and clear foreign body obstruction (choking) from the airway.

FATSAL is pleased to announce Basic Life Support to raise awareness about cardiac emergencies and train people in CPR, anti-choking skills and safe use of an AED to build more resilient communities. Our objective is to train community lifesavers to get trained and Save Lives.

In our hands-on approach, students participate in scenarios and learning stations.

Features
• Reflects science and education from the 2019 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC .
• Instructor-led, hands-on class format reinforces skills proficiency.
• Emphasis on high-quality CPR including a team dynamics classroom activity.
• Video-based course with real world scenarios.

Course Content
• High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
• Chain of Survival
• Use of an AED
• Effective ventilations using a barrier device
• Importance of teams in multirescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multirescuer CPR
• Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults, children and infants.

We have limited seats to maintain the quality of training so don’t wait for last day. The fee includes refreshment, quick card and certification.

These workshops are open for ages 15 & over. Pre registration is must. The participants would be limited and the best equipment to student ratio to be maintained to ensure quality learning.

These workshops are must do for all. These are great for parents as 82% of parents would not know what to do if their children choked, burned themselves or collapsed. More than 70% of cardiac emergencies occur at home. Its high time to get trained, become a lifesaver and save lives.

This is going to be a learning by doing session where you can call upon your family, friends & colleagues to challenge in CPR skills. So learning with fun filled competition. I hope you spread the word & bring along more challengers who are willing to learn life saving skills – CPR & anti-choking care.

 

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

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MEDIC First Aid USA Certification Course | Sep 26 | Karachi

WHY learn first aid with FATSAL?

One of the most difficult decisions to make is whether or not to get involved when you think medical emergency has occurred. We offer learning by doing first aid sessions which enhances the knowledge and skills retention time those also builds the confidence to deal the real situation.

Join FATSAL in Karachi on September 26 from 9 am to 6 pm to experience the learning by doing first aid training session.

MEDIC First Aid International (USA) Course: The course fee is =14,500/- PKR per person inclusive of course book, quick wallet card, MEDIC First Aid certification, refreshments and lunch.

Click here to download the sample course book.

This training program is designed specifically for the layman to learn first aid care which exceeds local and industry requirements. This course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

By the end of the session, participants will be able to understand and perform:

  • Role of the first aid care provider
  • Care for conscious and unconscious choking victims – practical of anti-choking practices
  • Perform CPR – hands-on session
  • Recovery position – practical exercise
  • Use of AED – practical by participants
  • Give first aid for a variety of injuries, such as burn, fracture, eye injury, bleeding control, head, neck & back injuries, and heat & cold-related emergencies. There are variety of scenarios for hands-on practice.
  • Manage sudden illnesses, heart attack, stroke, seizure, bites, poisoning, diabetics and many other topics.

This course will help students gain the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available. Kindly remember that we have limited seats available so don’t wait for last day. Do grab your mobile/system 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.

 

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

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Practical First Aid Course | Karachi | Sep 26

WHY learn first aid with FATSAL?

One of the most common causes of preventable death is uncontrolled bleeding.

Learning by doing enhances the skills and knowledge retention time and also builds the confidence to deal with the situation in reality. Join FATSAL in Karachi on September 26 from 9 am to 6 pm to experience the learning by doing first aid training session to get ready to Save Lives!

National Course: The course fee is =6,000/- PKR per person inclusive of course notes, certification, refreshments & lunch.

MEDIC First Aid International (USA) Course: The course fee is =14,500/- PKR per person inclusive of course book, quick wallet card, MEDIC First Aid certification, refreshments and lunch.

Click here to download the sample course book.

This training program is designed specifically for the layman to learn first aid care which exceeds local and industry requirements. This course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

By the end of the session, participants will be able to understand and perform:

  • Role of the first aid care provider
  • Care for conscious and unconscious choking victims – practical of anti-choking practices
  • Perform CPR – hands-on session
  • Recovery position – practical exercise
  • Use of AED – practical by participants
  • Give first aid for a variety of injuries, such as burn, fracture, eye injury, bleeding control, head, neck & back injuries, and heat & cold-related emergencies. There are a variety of scenarios for hands-on practice.
  • Manage sudden illnesses, heart attack, stroke, seizure, bites, poisoning, diabetics and many other topics.

This course will help students gain the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available. Kindly remember that we have limited seats available so don’t wait for the last day. Do grab your mobile/system 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.

 

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

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Family First Aid Course

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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World First Aid Day

World First Aid Day is an annual opportunity to highlight the importance of first aid around the globe as an act of humanitarian empowerment and as a key component of a wider resilience approach; it is an occasion to reach a wider public audience and try to change the way the world thinks about first aid. September 12 is World First Aid Day for year 2020. It was instituted by the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) in 2000 and has been celebrated each year ever since.

First aid training provides more than the knowledge and skills to effectively respond – it also provides the confidence to act when needed. First Aid to Save a Life offers a wide variety of first aid, basic life support and CPR training courses, empowering general public and professionals to act on, prevent, and manage life’s emergencies.

First aid does not necessarily require any prior knowledge and can involve improvisation. However, if the person performing first aid doesn’t know what they are doing, they might hurt instead of helping. That is why governments and all global organizations encourage people to undergo basic first aid training or at least educate themselves using any available reliable sources.

Recent polling by the Red Cross shows that nearly 40 per cent of people say they have been in an emergency situation where they have had to perform first aid; however, only 18 per cent are currently certified. This World First Aid Day, FATSAL is calling on all Pakistanis and global citizens to ensure they have the skills needed to save lives when an emergency happens.

Millions of people are hurt or killed by injuries every year due to inadequate response or lack of timely assistance. Taking immediate action and applying the appropriate techniques, while waiting for professional help, can considerably reduce deaths and injuries, and the impact of disasters and everyday emergencies. First aid is not a replacement for emergency services. It is a vital initial step for providing effective and swift action that helps to reduce serious injuries and improve the chances of survival.

Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death for the ages of 1 and 44. Having the skills to act immediately in an emergency situation can help save lives and reduce the impact of injury, but the knowledge also helps prevent injuries in the first place.

Have you completed the first aid course? Sign-up one of our upcoming courses to learn key first aid skills to SAVE LIVES.

 

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Faisal Javed Mir & First Aid to Save a Life

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Bystander CPR SAVING LIVES in Singapore

A new study published in The Lancet Public Health found that a series of public health interventions in Singapore cumulatively increased the likelihood of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) by bystanders during out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA) nearly eightfold and survival over threefold, underscoring the importance of such interventions to improve OHCA outcomes.

Sudden cardiac arrest is a serious healthcare concern all over the world. In the United States, over 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of a hospital annually, and about 90 percent of the victims die, according to 2015 statistics cited by the American Heart Association. In Singapore, a 2015 study found that about 70 percent of OHCA occurred at home and just over three percent of casualties survived to hospital discharge.

For a victim of sudden cardiac arrest in an out-of-hospital setting, CPR (performed by pushing hard and fast on the center of the chest) by a bystander could save their life. But in many communities around the world, the rate of bystander CPR is low, prompting some health authorities to initiate bystander-focused public health interventions at the community level to improve this.

The study by researchers at Duke-NUS Medical School (Singapore), Duke University (Durham, NC, USA), Singapore Health Services (SingHealth), the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) and the Singapore Ministry of Health’s Unit for Prehospital Emergency Care (UPEC) found that three national public health interventions in the city-state increased the rate of bystander CPR more than twofold. These measures included 1) dispatch-assisted CPR, 2) CPR and automated external defibrillator (AED) training, and 3) a first responder mobile application, known as myResponder, which alerts volunteer first responders trained in CPR to give life-saving assistance when they are in close proximity to someone experiencing cardiac arrest, before paramedics arrive on the scene.

In the nationally gathered datasets that were analyzed in this research, it was seen that, in general, bystander CPR was administered in nearly half (48 percent) of OHCA events. With the implementation of dispatch-assisted CPR, the likelihood of bystander CPR increased. Additional implementation of CPR and AED training further increased the likelihood of bystander CPR. Finally, the addition of the myResponder mobile application to the intervention strategies resulted in nearly eight times increased likelihood of bystander CPR compared to no intervention.

In this population, when all three measures were adopted, the likelihood of survival increased more than threefold, compared to no intervention. Variations were seen in the predicted bystander CPR probability and survival rate after adopting each of these measures for residential versus non-residential settings.

“Understanding the impact of public health interventions helps inform strategies to increase bystander CPR and targeted initiatives to improve survival from OHCA,” said Prof Marcus Ong, senior author of the study, who is Director of the Health Services and Systems Research Programme at Duke-NUS Medical School, and Senior Consultant at the Department of Emergency Medicine in Singapore General Hospital. “Importantly, our findings show that the increased likelihood of bystander CPR resulting from the bundled interventions was associated with increased survival.

Prof Ong, who is also Director of SingHealth’s Health Services Research Centre, and Medical Director of UPEC and Senior Consultant at the Ministry of Health, Hospital Services Division, added, “Over the last 10 years, we have been advocating for the immediate application of chest compressions and the use of an AED during an OHCA. Patients stand a much better chance – up to 50 percent – of survival if those interventions are performed. Studies like this allow us to enhance our public health systems and save more lives in the process.”

SOURCE: Duke-NUS Medical School

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Family First Aid Program

On this World First Aid Day, FATSAL is pleased to share that we are available for in-house family first aid training sessions. 00/- PKR per person inclusive of course notes, certification, refreshments & lunch.

This training program is designed specifically for the family and friends. Our courses are video based, are instructor led, and feature group interaction and hands-on coaching. Skills are taught with the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique that allows students to practice skills as the video guides them. This course is based on the current guidelines for CPR and First Aid.

By the end of the session, participants will be able to understand and perform:

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 for adults, children and infants
  • Safe use of an AED

This course will help students gain the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to manage a medical emergency using CPR and first aid until more advanced help is available.

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.

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

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