What you need to know about choosing the right Defibrillator for you. First Aid Accident & Emergency (FAAE) are a 100% Australia owned, emergency management training, defibrillator and equipment supplier. As a CCF QLD partner and supplier to the construction
RACGP updates GP Standards Our BEST TIPS for Accreditation Ischaemic heart disease is the number one cause of death for men in Australia, and the second most common cause of death for women. Updates to the RACGP Standards have
A guide to Choking First Aid How to manage Choking - learn the basics By Scott Whimpey- Medic, TAE and Director of First Aid Accident & Emergency RTO 32508 When I see headlines published like the following from ABC
How a defibrillator works How a Defibrillator works - By Scott Whimpey, Director of FAAE, Medic, cert IV TAE and AED Expert Most people think defibrillators are a device that only medical people can use. No doubt you
First Aid Training scenarios are the best. CPR and First Aid Training is not just a tick and flick, the live- interactive scenarios are important as they help the student to manage themselves and the patient during a
Whatever industry you work in, there will always be some chance of injury or illness striking you or one of your colleagues. The team at FAAE have created a summary outlining some of the most common workplace injuries, along with what first aid equipment your workplace should have readily available.
How to use a Band Aid This video shows you the basics in first aid - How to use a band aid the right way. Here at First Aid Accident & Emergency, we are a professional First Aid training
Anaphylaxis Fast Facts Caring for people with severe allergies or Anaphylaxis is an important job, ongoing education and sharing the latest information is vital to help keep these patients safe. Anaphylaxis is becoming more common in Australia, affecting around
This video shows you Defibrillator Cabinet Maintenance and how to change the battery in the alarmed defibrillator wall cabinet. Here at First Aid Accident & Emergency, we recom mend this is done on the 1st of April each year.