Together, we can change this. First aid is quick to learn and knowing just a few simple things could help you save someone’s life! There are a number of first aid training providers in Norfolk.
You never know when an emergency may occur and first aid skills are required. With coronavirus with us, people may be more unsure about stepping forward to help others mostly because of the physical contact. If you’re able to, wear a face mask and gloves and wash your hands after contact with someone. The NHS website has some information on the items you should keep in your first aid kit at home:
Here are some key links:
- What to keep in your first aid kit: https://www.nhs.uk/common-health-questions/accidents-first-aid-and-treatments/what-should-i-keep-in-my-first-aid-kit/
- Overview of First Aid: First aid – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
- British Red Cross first aid resources: British Red Cross first aid resources
- First aid at work: First aid – First aid at work (hse.gov.uk)
- St John Ambulance first aid advice: Get first aid advice | St John Ambulance (sja.org.uk)