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  • September 8, 2021

    How to stop severe bleeding

    We believe that educating, equipping and empowering people to recognise and stop severe bleeding saves lives. Here we bring you a full overview and refresher of bleeding control.

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  • August 24, 2021

    Common Questions When Treating a Severe Bleed

    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.

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  • August 10, 2021

    How to apply direct pressure

    Over the past month in our blog we have been looking at the different ways to save a life in the event of a catastrophic bleed. From applying a tourniquet to packing a wound, each method is effective in stopping a bleed if you find yourself being a zero responder. This is when you are the first person at the scene of an emergency whilst waiting for medical assistance. It could be any one of us and it's vitally important that we know of these effective methods so more lives can be saved.
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  • July 27, 2021

    How to Pack a Wound – A Guide

    We are continuing our mission and passion to educate, equip and empower the public with the tools and knowledge they need to save a life in the event of a catastrophic bleed.

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  • July 13, 2021

    How to apply a tourniquet and stop a 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. 

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