If you find yourself at the scene of an emergency and an injured person has a bleeding wound, it can feel very overwhelming. However, each and every one of us may be a zero responder at some point in our life and we all have the ability to save a life if we are equipped with the right information and tools.
Take a read of some common questions we get asked when it comes to stopping a severe bleed.
It’s our passion and mission to educate, equip and empower the public with the tools and knowledge they need to stop a catastrophic bleed. This is because bystanders or zero responders will always be the first person on the scene of an accident or incident. That could be any one of us; whether it’s waiting at a bus stop, doing our weekly grocery shop, or attending a concert. No matter how fast the emergency services arrive, it’s the bystander who becomes the first responder.