St John Ambulance Campaign with Bang Online Marketing
May 5, 2008
The majority of road accident deaths occur in the first minutes after the crash, before the arrival of the emergency services.
Road accident fatalities are most commonly caused by a blocked airway whereby the unconscious person’s head has slumped forward blocking the windpipe. On average it takes less than four minutes for a blocked airway to cause death. In Western Australia alone up to 8% of road deaths occur due to a blocked airway.
Did you know that by gently tilting the victim’s head back and lifting their jaw forward you can often prevent a needless tragedy? It’s simple techniques like these that you will learn in the FREE online Crash Course.
It will only take 30 minutes of your life to learn how to save another.
The Crash Course is free for a limited time so don’t miss out and log on today (free offer ends 30 June 2008).