Tools.  Tips.  Techniques.

No time to get CPR certified?

At least get CPR friendly, in minutes.

Life depends on it!

 
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 CPR essential apps

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Emergency+

Emergency+ app - An excellent free app developed by Australia's emergency services. It uses GPS functionality built into smart phones to help a Triple Zero (000) caller provide critical location details to mobilise emergency services

Download App

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PulsePoint AED

PulsePoint AED app – helps map and locate defibrillators in your area (hopefully in advance). Because you never know who could have a cardiac arrest next — maybe even you.

Download App

 
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LifeSaver (UK)

LiverSaver (UK) – Lifesaver is an interactive virtual reality series of short movie scenarios you play like a game. It throws you into emergency situations training in which you have to make the right CPR life-saving decisions to save a life. Available on computer, tablet and phone app.

Learn more

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Australian Resuscitation Council

The ARC’s mantra is “Any Attempt at Resuscitation is Better Than No Attempt”. They are an excellent resource and produce guidelines to help foster uniformity and simplicity in resuscitation techniques.

CPR friendly DRSABCD Resuscitation Chart Download Now

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Event hosting toolkits & registration

For information and resources on how to host your own CPR friendly event (including checklists, pre and post events invite/communications templates, logistics, and contacts):

 
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Shopping for defibrillators & training resources? 

Knowing CPR theory is one thing, but having practical hands-on experience with training on a manikin is another. It’s all good and fine to have confident CPR skills but it’s only an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) that will restart a heart. How much do defibrillators cost to buy? What type of defibrillator should I buy?

Go to Shop ➜

 
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