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It is widely known that the longer the delay in delivering an electric shock to the heart through defibrillation, the lower the chances of successful resuscitation. For every minute that passes without defibrillation, the chances of survival decrease by approximately 7-10%. Therefore, Trauma Resus is calling upon its new and existing customers to consider registering […]

Trauma Resus has been made aware of some observations from the UK Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regarding the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) EFA standard, with references to drowning and the ACOP standard for oil and gas platforms. We would like to reassure our clients with the messages from the Trauma Resus Clinical Governance team […]

This week, members of Siemens Gamesa at Neart Na Gaoithe (NNG) offshore wind farm are mastering life saving interventions on the Trauma Resus EURIECA® Practitioner course in the port of Eyemouth. NNG offshore wind farm is located in the outer Firth of Forth, 30 kilometres north of Torness, and 15.5 km off the Fife coast. […]

We are delighted to welcome Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service to the Trauma Resus IEC Programme. With its Service HQ in Camborne, Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service operates out of 31 fire stations, from St Just, west of Penzance, to Bude in the north and Torpoint in the east of the county. The service employs […]

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