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A Guide To First Aid Courses In Singapore

A Guide to First Aid Courses in Singapore

First Aid Courses in Singapore Guide is brought to you by the Singapore Emergency Responder Academy (SERA) (www.sera.sg). Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. As we spend approximately 40 hours a week at work, there is a high possibility that…

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Spotlight On Depression At YMCA Youth Event

Spotlight on depression at YMCA youth event

Article by Melissa Heng, The Straits Times. Published 22 September 2019 Around 70 students and members of the public discussed the increasingly pressing topics of depression and mental health at the YMCA Conversation Series 2019 held at Singapore Management University…

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SERA Goes Green

SERA goes Green

SERA goes Green! 

In line with Singapore’s effort to go Green and cut down on the high usage of plastics and papers, SERA will be implementing the following changes.

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[Events] NTU First Aid Awareness Roadshow

[Events] NTU First Aid Awareness Roadshow

On 12 March 2019, SERA was engaged by Nanyang Technological University (NTU) to set up a First Aid Awareness Booth! Our First Aid Awareness booth was well received by the students and staff! Check out the photos before!

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Latest Guidelines From SRFAC

Latest Guidelines from SRFAC

Training Guidelines Updates by Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) With effect from June 2019 onwards the following are the training guidelines and syllabus: Latest guidelines for Standard First Aid Course  Latest guidelines for Child First Aid Course 

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[Events] First Aid For Kids!

[Events] First Aid for Kids!

On 27 February 2019, SERA conducted the First Aid for Kids Workshop for Childcare Centre at our Premises! The workshop received many positive feedbacks from our clients! Here are some of the photos taken during the Workshop!

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How To Help Someone Who Is Choking

How to help someone who is choking

Adult Choking Guidelines When encountering adult casualty who is choking, knowing what to do in that split seconds can help to save his lives! When someone is choking, they experience either complete airway obstruction or incomplete airway obstruction. Coughing is the…

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