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Request Your Free CPR Charts

Did you know, if no CPR is performed, it only takes three to four minutes for the person to become brain dead due to a lack of oxygen? But what is CPR and how do you do it? CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation. It is an emergency procedure used in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function of a person who is in cardiac arrest.

Did you know that performing this life-saving procedure is not just for healthcare professionals? Every day, thousands of people suffer a cardiac arrest which is an irregular and often fatal heart rhythm. While these individuals need immediate CPR to help save their lives, data shows that most of these emergencies occur outside of a hospital.

Request Your FREE Chart

As part of our core value Passion for Safety, we are happy to offer you complimentary resuscitation charts for your home or office. These charts are printed on high quality glossy card so they are very durable. Place these posters in key traffic areas, explaining 7 basic steps for performing CPR. The posters are available in an A4 size or an A3 size. The A4 size is great for home and the A3 size is great for office OH&S/WH&S notice boards, lunch rooms and throughout the workplace.

To obtain your Free High Quality Glossy Resuscitation Chart from us, please fill in the form below. Our team will get in touch with you for further details. Alternatively, you can download and self print the PDF chart here:Download Resuscitation Chart

Resuscitation Chart

Resuscitation and First Aid

When cardiac arrest occurs, the victim needs immediate, hands-on emergency response. This can often only be provided by a bystander, until trained medical professionals arrive. If it is started soon after the heart has stopped beating, CPR is crucial in helping increase the person’s chances of survival.

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Resuscitation exists of 7 basic steps. They are based on guidelines updated in 2010 that are easy to follow and remember.

The basic steps are:
SSend for help
A: Open Airway
B: Normal Breathing
C: Start CPR
D: Attach Defibrillator (AED)

Learn More in a First Aid Course with FSA

The information provided on our resuscitation chart is only a guide and not a substitute for attending a First Aid Course. If you are interested in learning more about CPR and first aid, read about the courses we offer below, or fill in the enquiry form at the bottom of this page for further information and a quotation.

Advanced Resuscitation & CPR Course
Childcare First Aid Course
Low Voltage Rescue & Resuscitation Course
Occupational First Aid Course
Basic First Aid Training Course
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation & CPR
Provide First Aid Course

Our team is here to assist you with anything that you need related to safety and emergency response training and consultancy. We look forward to working with you and if we can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team.

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