Please refer to the following link to view the introductory animation on CPR(Hands-Only)+AED created by SHF and SRFAC.
Please refer to the following updated documents regarding CPR (MTM/HO) assessment criteria:
- BCLS+AED and CPR+AED Accreditation Guide
- BCLS+AED TC/ITC Guidelines
- CPR+AED TC/ITC Guidelines
- CPR and AED Protocol
Please log into the website and click on the “Media” tab to access the above documents for more information.
Every year on the 16th of October, we celebrate World Restart a Heart Day (WRAH) and support their slogan “Save more lives globally through resuscitation”. WRAH primary goals are to increase cardiac arrest awareness and increase bystander CPR rates worldwide. Please see the below attached article and for more information, please visit http://www.ilcor.org/worldrestartaheart/.
Dear all, kindly note that all existing BCLS TC/ITC will need to transit to the BCLS+AED track by 1st June 2019.
In addition, Quantitative CPR (QCPR) assessment (similar to BCLS strip recording) must be fully implemented for all CPR+AED courses by 1st June 2019. Kindly refer to the guidelines (look under Media section after logging in) for more information, thank you.
Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) held a logo design competition on 7th July 2017. The competition ended on 31st July 2017, and we received numerous entries from many established design schools in Singapore. A round of selection was done by the SRFAC Pro Tem Committee, and the final winner for to walk away with a prize of $500 NTUC Vouchers.
Winning Entry by Hu Yihui
The logo for Singapore’s Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC) was created by Hu Yihui, a final year student at School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA). He envisions the hands in the logo representing one person helping and saving another, and the negative space it creates in the red heart transform it into a pair of lungs. Through the logo, he hopes to clearly but concisely communicate the mission and vision behind SRFAC.
“I took a look at the guidelines and wanted to adapt the heart shape logo from the National Resuscitation Council in order to increase familiarity.
Additionally, I wanted to convey a sense of “helping each other out” by including two hands reaching out to each other. The fact that they’re anonymous also conveys the fact that anyone has the capability to do first aid.
Finally, by using the two hands, they split the heart shape into a pair of lungs, which is representative of the health and resuscitation aspect of SRFAC.”