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Should all Australian workplaces have AED devices?

Should all Australian workplaces have AED devices?

With the Australian population aging, increasing rates of obesity and more people retiring later than ever before - heart attacks and sudden cardiac arrests (SCA) have become a bleak reality. Fortunately, with improved emergency first aid training and life-saving technologies, the survival rate can be drastically improved.

Lifesaving devices such as AEDs and automatic chest compression systems are not mandated in Australia, meaning it cannot guarantee the safety of all.  Australians businesses, companies & even sports clubs must be proactive in curating a safe ecosystem for individuals. SCA knows no bounds, and neither should our ability to prepare & protect.
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FlowArt® Needle Free Valves - a safer alternative.

FlowArt® Needle Free Valves - a safer alternative.

Needle Stick Injuries (NSI) are common, underreported and dangerous occurrences that have the potential to transmit diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B and C (Murphy, 2008). Primarily affecting hospital carers, needle free valves serve as a safer alternative to traditional practices as it can help prevent incidences of disease and protect our workers (ACHS, 2012).

FlowArt seeks to reduce this number by making it safer for users.

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