Posted by tracyhogan on May 14, 2013
QGC awards emergency response contract to CPA Fire and Rescue
Posted by tracyhogan on January 30, 2013
This course provides participants with the knowledge and skill to confidently recognise and respond to an emergency situation requiring first aid. The course is suitable for the general public, students and corporate clients. This course can be tailor made to suit your specific requirements.
Posted by tracyhogan on September 13, 2012
Did you know that less than 10 percent of our population are prepared to commence CPR on a stranger?
Posted by cpagroupadmin on May 9, 2012
Corporate Protection Australia Training (CPAT) offers a practical 2-day specialised Port Facility Security Officer (PFSO) Training Program tailored to Australian Legislation and the specific needs of staff working in Australian Ports and Port Facilities.
Registrations are now open for our upcoming PFSO course on Thursday 12th and Friday 13th July 2012.
Posted by tracyhogan on May 4, 2012
As seen on Sunrise. Click here to see the interview
CPR-mateTM is both a process and a product designed to provide anyone, anywhere with a low-cost opportunity to learn CPR.
o A Compression-only CPR training too
o Instructional DVD-Videos
o E-learning content
o Smartphone apps.
We all generally agree that Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation is an important and lifesaving skill; one that everyone should know. The reality is, not everyone does, nor are they willing to try. There are many factors why; being scared of doing it wrong, not knowing what to do; unwilling to put their mouth over a strangers. The world expert bodies, International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR), American Heart Association (AHA), European Resuscitation Council (ERC) and the Australian Resuscitation (ARC) have participated in research, and reported on advancements in CPR techniques. One of the most interesting is compressions-only, or hands-only-CPR. The world bodies, including the Australian Resuscitation Council, (Guideline 8 Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) recommend 30 chest compressions with 2 rescue breaths in their guidelines for someone requiring resuscitation. The ARC go on to say 'Rescuers should minimise interruptions of chest compressions and CPR should not be interrupted to check for response or breathing. Interruption of chest compressions is associated with lower survival rates.' What they also say is if the rescuer is unwilling or unable to do the rescue breaths perform chest compressions only. Research has indicated that compressions-only or hands-only-CPR is an effective method of resuscitation. It requires you to place your hands in the centre of the chest and continue to compress approximately 100 times per minute whether the casualty is a baby, child or adult. By continuing to compress without stopping, blood is continually circulating keeping the casualty's brain fed with oxygen. CPR training has traditionally been delivered by first aid providers, medical professionals and persons operating and trained under a first aid provider umbrella such as school teachers.The cost of training materials and the secret knowledge held by the educator has kept this all important learning experience within a trainer-student framework.
Hands-only CPR has removed a lot of the confusion and mystery from the delivery of training, and the application of the skill.
Formal, accredited first aid programs are recommended, but what convenient opportunities do you have to refresh and practice life saving skills at home or the office?
Cpr-mate is currently available in Australia only, but will soon be sold internationally.
Do you know CPR mate? As a matter of fact, I do.
Posted by tracyhogan on March 1, 2012
We are excited to announce the launch of our new look website.
The new CPA Group website incorporates all seven business units and their services into one easy to navigate site.
Send us an email with your comments and feedback on the new site. We would love to hear your thoughts.