Are you prepared for cardiac arrest emergencies in the workplace? Use these posters to serve as a continuous reminder of the basics of defibrillation.
Give you employees the reminders they need in order to assist a victim confidently. Get these posters and put them up around your office.
Note: These posters are free, downloadable and print-ready. Download and print them now!
Call for an ambulance.
Sometimes, when in an emergency situations, people panic and don’t know what to do. It is great to have this poster around to remind people to call 111 for an ambulance in case of emergency.
A4 Learn CPR
Learn CPR. You never know when you will need it.
Place this poster in strategic locations in your workplace to encourage your staff to learn how to do a CPR the right way OR use a defibrillator.
30 chest compression: 2 breaths until help arrives.
These first aid compression can be just what the victim needs to hold on to life before medical help arrives. Use this as a reminder how to perform CPR when necessary.
Danger: Ensure the area is safe before you approach the victim.
This is true in every situation, especially when in hazardous environment. Remind your employees to think before they act, place this poster in their work area. Remember that your own personal safety is above all else in order to offer help.
A4 Cardiac Arrest
Cardiac Arrest Is Reversible, if treated within the first few minutes. Call 111, start CPR. USE AED
There’s still time to save someone’s life from a more risk, or even death. Keep this poster as a reminder to ensure CRP and AED awareness.
A4 Fast Action
Fast action can save lives, in case of sudden cardiac arrest.
A person suffering from sudden cardiac arrest can die in minutes without quick action to revive the heart. Share this message in your workplace through this free poster.
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Disclaimer: The information contained on this page is for general information purposes only. Refer to the Terms & Conditions for more information. Always dial 111 in case of an emergency.