The Chain of Survival consists of 3 links: 
CALL - PUSH - SHOCK

WHEN SOMEONE'S NOT RESPONDING, AND NOT BREATHING NORMALLY OR AT ALL, IT'S TIME TO:
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Each link in the Chain of Survival is represented by a single word to help us quickly and easily remember what to do.

Call - Call 000 - Emergency Services can talk you through the steps to perform CPR, and take over from you when they get there. In some states they can also guide you to the nearest AED.
 

Push - Perform CPR - CPR is a skill that everybody should have - You don't have to be qualified to use It! Any attempt at resuscitation is better than none.
 

Shock - Use an AED - AEDs are deliberately designed to be easy to use (even with no training) and completely safe for both the user/responder, and the patient. They are a small, portable machine designed to restore a normal, functioning heartbeat in people who have experienced a cardiac arrest.

Watch our 16 minute CPR and AED use demonstration!  It doesn't take long to get familiar with how to save a life!
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It's great to know about CPR and how to perform it if needed, but nothing beats the effectiveness of HIGH QUALITY CPR - it really does make a difference to the potential for a positive outcome for the patient - not only in terms of survival, but for quality of life for the patient and their family.

Find out more from these great training organisations - we love supporting our Not-for-Profit friends!

Surf Life Saving NSW First Aid Courses
Australian Red Cross First Aid Courses