The club in conjunction with St Johns Ambulance (who provide First Aid cover at numerous prompted Clonliffe events) have arranged CPR/AED “Defibrillator” Training in the clubhouse on Wednesday 6th July commencing at 7p.m. There are a total of 12 places which the club are encouraging to be filled by interested parties. The course duration is 2 hours. Participants wil receive a certificate in training plus an information pack.
CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It is an emergency lifesaving procedure that is done when someone’s breathing or heartbeat has stopped. This may happen after an electric shock, heart attack, or drowning.
CPR combines rescue breathing and chest compressions.
- Rescue breathing provides oxygen to the person’s lungs.
- Chest compressions keep oxygen-rich blood flowing until the heartbeat and breathing can be restored.
Permanent brain damage or death can occur within minutes if blood flow stops. Therefore, it is very important that blood flow and breathing be continued until trained medical help arrives. Emergency (911) operators can guide you through the process.
CPR is a life skill and you never know when you might need to assit a family member, fellow athlete, friend etc. The important know the symptoms and what to do.
Anyone interested please contact Alan Worrall (Committee Member) at 086-2733129 or email@example.com by Friday 1st July 2016 to book a place.