Resources

Hand Only CPR

The British Heart Foundation says if you don’t want to give rescue breaths, Hands-only CPR is still likely to increase a person’s chance of survival. Never do nothing.

Take a look at the video the BHF created with Vinnie Jones back in 2012. This demonstrates the technique of pushing hard and fast on the chest without giving rescue breaths: 

 

 

 

 

Resources for Early Years Practitioners

Department of Education

Department for Education (2017) 'Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage

Millie’s Mark

https://www.milliesmark.com/

The Nursery HR People

First Aid Requirements For Nursery Staff

Nursery World

First aid training will be compulsory for all nursery staff

UK Resusitation Council

UK Resuscitation Council Guidelines

 

Resources for Schools

Health and Safety Executive

HSE Website

FAQ - First Aid

Sensible health and safety management in schools

Department of Education

Health & Safety in Schools

Guidance on the use of emergency salbutamol inhalers in schools

UK Resusitation Council

UK Resuscitation Council Guidelines

 

Resources for the Workplace

Health and Safety Executive

HSE Website

First aid at work Your questions answered

UK Resusitation Council

UK Resuscitation Council Guidelines