As Defibrillators become more commonplace in communities, we feel it is essential that people are trained properly on using them. We aim to dispel the many myths surrounding their use and ensure users are familiar enough to deploy them quickly and effectively.
After approximately three to five minutes in cardiac arrest, irreversible brain/tissue damage may begin to occur. For every minute that a person in cardiac arrest goes without being successfully treated (by defibrillation), the chance of survival decreases by 7 per cent per minute in the first 3 minutes, and decreases by 10 per cent per minute as time advances beyond 3 minutes.
Gain a fully regulated certificate ensuring compliance for companies who provide a defibrillator. This course also fulfills your annual update and provisions required under PUWER 1998.