Stayin’ alive – does music have a role in CPR?

As each team member has to re-qualify on Basic Life Support skills annually to stay on the callout list, this article on the BBC website is an interesting one!  There is some advice on what to do if you’re ever in a position to consider CPR too.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-15552957

Permanent link to this article: https://newsar.org.uk/2011/11/stayin-alive-does-music-have-a-role-in-cpr/

44/11 – Team Callout – Request for Assistance

The Team was contacted by Cheshire SAR this morning requesting a search manager to assist with a missing person search in Ellesmere Port.  One of our new search managers, Gerald, attended.

James Woodall has been missing since Monday 31st October.  For further information, see the Cheshire Police press release – http://www.cheshire.police.uk/news–appeals/all-appeals/2011/11/missing-james-woodall.aspx

 

Permanent link to this article: https://newsar.org.uk/2011/11/4411-team-callout-request-for-assistance/

Thanks very much Vinny

Vinny, a friend and work colleague of Paul, our Equipment Officer, raised £488 for the team by running in the recent Chester marathon.
 
Despite obtaining a hamstring injury at around the 19 mile mark he struggled on and finished in just over 4 hours, Well done Vinny and a very big thank you!

Permanent link to this article: https://newsar.org.uk/2011/11/thanks-very-much-vinny/

43/11 – Team Stand Down

The callout in the St Asaph are is now over.  The missing person was found safe and well further along the north Wales Coast.

Permanent link to this article: https://newsar.org.uk/2011/11/4311-team-stand-down/

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