National Stop The Bleed Day
We are proud that we to have been a recognised provider, teaching this invaluable "Stop The Bleed" program around the world for several years!
Today, 20 May 2021 is the 4th Annual Stop the Bleed Day and we are proud to say we have been here since before day one. We are helping in any way we can, to teach lifesaving interventions to save others, (or ourselves) when needed.
The STOP THE BLEED® program is one of the United State's largest public health campaigns but has become a global lifesaving community since it started.
Its goal is to save lives by training people on how to stop traumatic bleeding. Through a network of qualified and recognised instructors the program has been run successfully around the world.
National STOP THE BLEED® Day is a one day call to action. Anyone can be trained and be ready to save someone’s life – a friend, a family member, colleague or the person next to you – whether you know them or not. Our medics and trainers have been providing this service around the world and invite you to get this wonderful and useful training when you can, or advocate and promote it to others, if you already have!
It's one of the ways we (www.ERT-SAR.com) provide Capacity Building and Community Services.
TEACHING STOP THE BLEED IN BOLIVIA
TEACHING STOP THE BLEED IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
TEACHING STOP THE BLEED IN CANADA
We usually run these programs for free or a donation as a public service and these are organised through our Medical Events and Delivery Section. If you are an organised group, especially a team of medics, police officers, military or first responder agencies email us directly.
If you would like to know more about our ERT SAR community safety programs like this and specifically, this Stop the Bleed program delivery please reach out to us at email@example.com
We have more planned courses coming up in The United Kingdom, Canada, The United States, Bolivia, Colombia, The United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Pakistan and Australia, to name a few!
Stop The Bleed Courses in your area
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