Emergencies and injuries can occur at any time. In 95% of all emergencies, untrained bystanders are the first people to provide first aid before professional help arrives. The First Response hand held First Aid device empowers everyone to make smart, timely, life-saving decisions.
Assessing injuries and providing first aid requires fast thinking and a calm state of mind. This device combines step-by-step audio guidance with color-coded written instructions and easy-to-follow illustrations.
Multi-sensory instructions at your fingertips. As soon as a first aid procedure button is pressed, a calm, clear voice instantly starts providing instructions. The knowledgeable voice plays loudly through the built-in speaker, so it’s easy to hear, even in a noisy room or during an emergency in a public space. The special PAUSE feature allows you to navigate, pause and repeat audio instructions quickly and easily as required.
Real-Time First Aid Knowledge. Our First Response device delivers instant knowledge by literally talking you through the process until paramedics arrive to provide professional help. In addition to first checks, the audio guide and printed manual provide clear instructions to stabilize and treat the patient with six of the most common life-threatening situations, CPR for adults, CPR for children, Burns, Bleeding, Shock and Choking.
The First Response Talking First Aid Kit is easy to store at home, at the office, in your car or in public spaces. The talking device fits in the palm of your hand and is ready to use in case of emergency. Use the hanging hook on the back to display it prominently next to the First Aid Kit for convenient and visible access.
First Aid Procedure Manual
The procedures and protocols contained in this product are compliant with the Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines 2015. This product is not intended to replace the need for professional help. The user assumes all risk of liability.
First Aid supplies produced by Reliance Medical. The kit is an HSE basic workplace kit and contents are based on 1997 ACOP and covers 10 persons (risk dependent).