Can you perform CPR on a person who has stopped breathing?
According to the Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC), sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death for adults in Australia. While millions of people have been trained to perform CPR, most Australians do not know how to perform the technique correctly. CPR provided immediately after cardiac arrest can double or triple the chance that a person would survive.
In just 3 hours of your time, Biphasic Training will assist you to develop your knowledge and skills in CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation), a life-saving technique used on a person who has stopped breathing. Certifying you for 12 months, you will become competent in: basic anatomy and physiology; infection control principles/procedures; stress management; chain of survival; risks/hazards; performing CPR on unconscious casualties; AED’s (Automatic External Defibrillator); and liaising with heath care professionals.
Head over to our website www.biphasic.com.au and enroll today, or call us today for a workplace visit 07 4987 6947.