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First On The Scene

Injury prevention is important in every workplace, but being prepared also means being able to respond to an injury or medical emergency quickly and effectively.

Beyond Band-Aid

In every workplace, there is the potential for accidents to happen. As such, organizations must be prepared to respond to incidents regardless of whether an injury or illness occurs in an office or a warehouse.

First-Aid Readiness and the Opioid Crisis

As World First Aid Day, an annual campaign to highlight the importance of first-aid training in preventing injuries and saving lives, takes place on September 8 this year, the findings of a 2016 Ipsos poll has raised the question of just how ready Canadians are to render first aid.

The Importance of First Aid in the Workplace

Although all jurisdictions in Canada require workplaces to provide a first-aid kit, a first-aid attendant and training, many small-to-medium-sized businesses are still not complying with the law.
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Canadians impacted by disasters are going digital: Red Cross study

As Canadians face a growing number of disasters and emergencies across the country, they are increasingly turning to digital alerts for accurate information and services, according to Information in Disasters, a new study conducted by the Canadian Red Cross. » Read More

New research shows just 5% of adults have the skills and confidence to provide first aid in emergency situations

Three of the UK’s largest charities are seeking public support for first aid to become a compulsory part of the school curriculum, following new research which shows more than nine in ten adults (95%) would not be able to save lives in first aid emergencies. » Read More