Receive CPR Training as part of your BBN assessment this year

The Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest(OHCA) strategy, has been developed in collaboration with a range of stakeholders, is a 5 year plan with the aim of ensuring that by 2020 Scotland becomes an international leader in OHCA outcomes. The headline aim is to save an additional 1,000 lives by 2020.

http://www.savealife.scot/ 

Best Bar None and Scottish Business Resilience centre would like to encourage businesses and members of the Public to receive CPR training. So we have added this as a bonus question to the 2017 Scoring Booklet.

Fire and Rescue can provide training at nominated Fire Stations across Scotland with British Heart Foundation – CPR Training kits.

LOCATIONS ACROSS SCOTLAND - Click to download Map  CPR Training 

All of Scotland’s 356 fire stations are equipped with CPR training kits, which were donated by British Heart Foundation last year. The partnership is part of both organisations’ commitment to the Scottish Government’s Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest strategy, which aims to save 1000 lives by 2020.

Each fire station also offers the public the opportunity to take part in CPR training sessions free of charge.

Signposting for this is in the Good Practice Guide/Assessors Guide together and the Map of Locations is in the Resource Section of our website.

Find out more and download information from:

Reference documents:

•         http://www.gov.scot/Publications/2015/03/7484

•         http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0047/00474154.pdf 

 


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