Wednesday, 20 January 2016

Fire Scotland now offers CPR training

I received this from the local Station Manager Jonathon Miller:

The Scottish Fire and Rescue service has now instructional DVDs and mannequins which can be made available to members of the public at our fire stations with a view to teaching how to conduct CPR.  This is in partnership with the British Heart Foundaton, and in line with the Scottish Government's pledge to save an extra 1000 lives from out of hospital cardiac arrest by 2020.
I aim to run two sessions a month (one at Tollcross and one at Liberton, dates to be confirmed).  Also, in addition to this my crews could attend any groups interested in this input. The group would simply need a venue with DVD player and screen.  Let me know if you have any questions.
Contact jonathon.miller [at] firescotland.gov.uk
 

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