St John Ambulance in Jersey teaches people first aid so that they can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
Thousands of the people we trained went on to offer their skills and time to be the difference right in the heart of their community.
With a full suite of first aid, risk assessment, and moving and handling courses.
St John Ambulance in Jersey enables hundreds of thousands of people to be the difference in their workplace – and outside of work.
As a volunteer you can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved.
If you're 18 years old and over, energetic and committed to putting the needs of others first, volunteering for St John Ambulance might be for you.
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Firework Fans' First Aid Guide - 28/10/14
Leading first aid charity St John Ambulance has launched a firework fan’s guide to staying safe during bonfire night celebrations. St John Ambulance volunteers will be attending firework events across the island – so that anyone who needs first aid gets it quickly. However, injuries are much more likely to occur at private parties, where trained volunteers won’t be on hand to help. The most common injuries that volunteers are required to treat at bonfire night gatherings are burns, e.g. from fireworks, fire or sparklers; debris in the eye from bonfires and fireworks; smoke inhalation; and scalds from hot drinks.
Well done to our Badger team who came 4th and the Adult team who came 5th (5th = with Guernsey!) in the SJA National Finals in the UK at the weekend. Many congratulations to them all and their trainers and supporters
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