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In a crisis it's vital that First Aid is delivered with confidence. We provide Scotland with the highest standards in First Aid skills, services, and volunteering opportunities. Together we save lives.

St Andrew's First Aid Seek your Scottish First Aid Heroes

St Andrew's First Aid Seek your Scottish First Aid Heroes

Posted on: Thursday 3rd April 2014

St Andrew's First Aid, Scotland's leading First Aid charity, announced today that nominations have opened for the Scottish First Aid Awards 2014, which are held in association with Physio Control. Scots are being urged to nominate their First Aid heroes who have stepped into emergency situations and potentially made the difference between life and death. Nominations from all sectors such as...

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Danny to carry the baton for St Andrew's First Aid

Danny to carry the baton for St Andrew's First Aid

Posted on: Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Long-standing St Andrew's First Aid volunteer, Danny McLauchlan, has been selected to carry the Queen's Baton through East Dunbartonshire in the final stage of its journey before it reaches the City of Glasgow for the XX Commonwealth Games. Danny will have the honour of relaying the baton as it passes through his home town Kirkintilloch on Saturday 19 July, just four days before the Opening...

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The Kitchin cooks up incredible charity collaboration

The Kitchin cooks up incredible charity collaboration

Posted on: Friday 7th March 2014

Michelin-starred Scottish restaurant The Kitchin has named St Andrew's First Aid charity of the month, presenting us with a cheque for £1,277 raised as a result of diners' donations. Diners were given food for thought through The Kitchin's monthly charity scheme which encourages them to donate through their bill to a selected charity. Chef-patron, Tom Kitchin said, "At The Kitchin we...

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MSPs SAY COUNT ME IN

MSPs SAY COUNT ME IN

Posted on: Monday 3rd March 2014

An impressive cross-party array of MSPs from all corners of Scotland recently attended a reception at the Scottish Parliament to pledge their support for the St Andrew's First Aid Count Me In Campaign. The Count Me In campaign aims to achieve 34,000 signatures of  support ahead of Scottish First Aid Week 2014 - which is the same number of Scots admitted to hospital each year as a result...

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SPRING into action with our fabulous FUNDRAISING IDEAS

SPRING into action with our fabulous FUNDRAISING IDEAS

Posted on: Wednesday 26th February 2014

Fundraising is a great and helpful way of raising those all important pennies for St Andrew's First Aid, which will make a tremendous difference to our work in the Scottish community. Whether it is a Treasuregg Hunt, coffee morning, car boot sale or bungee jump, all fundraising efforts are greatly appreciated and make a huge difference. In a crisis it is vital that First Aid is delivered with...

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Updated Advice on Choking in Infants Issued in 10th edition of the First Aid Manual

Updated Advice on Choking in Infants Issued in 10th edition of the First Aid Manual

Posted on: Thursday 20th February 2014

Today sees the launch of the 10th edition of the First Aid Manual, with some notable changes to advice on dealing with choking in babies. The First Aid Manual is written and authorised by the UK's three leading First Aid providers, St Andrew's First Aid, St John Ambulance and British Red Cross and offers comprehensive First Aid advice. The manual is updated and refreshed regularly to maintain...

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