How CPR friendly are you?
While 99% of Australians believe CPR is a ‘critical life skill,’ only 26% are CPR friendly. This means most Australians don’t know what to do and aren’t confident to provide potentially life-saving first responder care in an emergency situation. In Australia, 25,000 people die from an out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest each year. It does not discriminate and can happen to anyone, with 5 Australians under 35 years of age dying each week from sudden cardiac arrest. You can make a difference to these statistics by becoming defibrillator aware and CPR friendly with a CPR refresher today, here, in minutes.
How CPR friendly is your family, street, club, community and workplace?
In Australia only 9% of people who have an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survive. Whereas the world record survival rate for sudden cardiac arrest is 62%, held by Seattle, USA. The main reason for the difference is that 75% of Seattle’s population are CPR friendly and they have greater public access to defibrillators, whereas less than a third of Australians are CPR friendly. If you don’t have the time to get CPR certified, at least get CPR friendly, here, in minutes. Life depends on it!
The evidence is clear & maths is simple: CPR friendly people + defibrillators = lives saved
Saving lives by helping anyone get ‘CPR friendly’ in minutes, and inspiring people to create heart smart communities, starting in their own backyard.
— CPR friendly's mission
Get CPR friendly in minutes
Most people don’t have the time, money or inclination to invest half a day to get ‘CPR Certified.’ We help you with the life-saving basics in 5, 15 second, 3, 10 or 30 minute micro CPR training sessions.
‘Any attempt at resuscitation is better than no attempt.’
Australian Resuscitation Council
Whether you are an individual, family, neighbourhood, local club, school/university, workplace or conference event organiser we can help you get more defibrillator and CPR friendly – quick smart.
“I was one of the very lucky 9% who survived.”
On behalf of, and in memory of, the 91% who didn’t survive I’m on a mission to give back by starting a mini revolution to save more lives via CPRfriendly.org.
- Ian Hutchinson, CPR friendly founder