What’s on – Scottish First Aid Week

 
Scottish First Aid Awards 2019

Celebrating Scotland’s first aid heroe and champions

The DoubleTree by Hilton, Glasgow

7.00pm
Friday 15 November

 
Children’s Protest

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

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City Wide Fundraising

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

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Monday 18 November

 
Buchannan Street CPR Demonstrations

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

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Monday 18 November

 
St Andrew’s First Aid QUEEN STREET Company Open Night

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

St Andrew’s House, 48 Milton Street, Glasgow G4 0HR

7.30pm

Email gemmakerr@volunteer-firstaid.org.uk to RSVP
Monday 18 November

 
St Andrew’s First Aid QUEEN STREET Company Open Night

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Tuesday 19 November

 
St Andrew’s First Aid AIRDRIE Company Open Night

Come along and meet some of local First Aiders

Chat about first aid event cover, volunteering opportunities, and first aid talks

7.30pm

Email frances.stewart@firstaid.org.uk to RSVP
Wednesday 20 November

 
St Andrew’s First Aid RUTHERGLEN Company Open Night

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

King’s Park Parish Church, Castlemilk Road, Glasgow G44 4LB

7.30pm
Monday 18 November

 
Children’s Protest

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

INFO REQD

INFO REQDbr />Friday 22 November

 
Buchannan Street CPR Demonstrations

FREE CPR and FIRST AID DEMONSTRATIONS

INFO REQD

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Friday 22 November

 
The association bought its first defibrillator and the Scottish Ambulance Service ran the first defibrillator course for Corps members in August of that year.
1993
 
The association is granted its coat of arms.
1996
 
In 2004 the Corps celebrated its centenary year. In this year the Cadet Corps also celebrated their Golden Jubilee, being established back in 1954.
2004
 
The association is rebranded as St Andrew’s First Aid to avoid confusion with the Scottish Ambulance Service.
2008
 
The Privy Council grants a Supplementary Charter, formally updating the organisation’s constitution.
2011
 
St Andrew’s First Aid Training and Supplies Limited is established as a wholly owned social enterprise subsidiary to maximise profits from the sale of workplace first aid training and supplies, which would be used to support the charity’s activities. In 2015, the company receives a Special Commendation at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards.
2012
 
Six St Andrew’s First Aid volunteers are first on scene when the driver of a bin lorry loses control in Glasgow, killing six people and injuring 15. They subsequently receive Brave@Heart Awards from the First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
2014