Website of the British Red Cross (www.redcross.org.uk) it covers emergency first aid, first aid training courses and books, disaster relief, prisoner of war tracing and welfare, missing persons, volunteering and blood donation. THE PAGE BELOW COULD SAVE A LIFE - MAYBE YOURS! If you are after an online first aid reference you try 'First Aid Tips' – bookmark the page below for quick tips for first aid emergencies! http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/First-aid/First-aid-tips-and-videos Emergency? Not sure what to do? Don't panic. If the page above is bookmarked you or someone else can at least check that you are carrying out the correct treatment for the problem while waiting for the ambulance. Heart attacks, strokes, anaphylactic shock, electrocution, bleeding, breaks and burns – all the main everyday injuries are covered, often with short video clips to assist. It's a website that might actually save a life… (I recommend sending the link to family and friends.) Part of the worldwide international Red Cross and Red Crescent movement, the Red Cross helps bring humanitarian relief and support to the most gruesome conflicts and disasters. The Red Cross First Aid Training programmes are excellent. Every home should have ay least a basic first aid book – the Red Cross 'First Aid Manual' is one of the best – it can be ordered, along with first aid kits from the website. Very useful. Highly recommended.See positive reviews
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