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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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NParks sets up first-aid room on Pulau Ubin

SINGAPORE — With cycling accidents on Pulau Ubin showing no signs of a let-up, the authorities have set up a first-aid facility on the island, heeding public calls in recent years for a formal space to attend to the injured.…

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When Palpitations Lead To Cardiac Arrest

When palpitations lead to cardiac arrest

Fluttering of your heart is not always the sign of love, nor is skipping of a beat. The fluttering could be a sign that you need to pay attention to your heart. So what if your health parameters are more or less fine,…

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First aid training: Why is it so important?

The first four minutes after an accident are the most crucial in saving a life and avoiding significant impairments later in life. Hundreds of people are injured in workplace accidents every year, and first aid training is crucial. Keeping first aid training up-to-date is important to ensure incidents are dealt with appropriately and in a timely manner.

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