Large Heart Logo
Australians who suffer SCA outside of a hospital every year... Currently only 10% survive.

Download & Share Social Media Assets!

Aero blue bubble
Orange bubble 1

How to Share Video to Your Social Media Pages:

Option 1: Copy and paste the following link:

Option 2: Download the video and then re-upload it to your social media page by clicking here.

Option 3: Click the arrow top right of the video below:

Scott Morrison Prime Minister at the World Restart a Heart Day Event in Canberra

Know CPR and Increase the Rates of Survival!

Every year more than seven million people globally suffer from a Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) with little to no warning. Of this, only 5% to 10% affected survive.

Sudden Cardiac Arrest is when the heart enters a chaotic rhythm. It usually results from a disturbance in your heart that disrupts its pumping action, stopping the blood flow to the rest of your body.

SCA is a medical emergency that if not treated immediately, can cause Sudden Cardiac Death.

Anyone, anywhere at any time can be affected by SCA. 

84% of SCA occur outside of a healthcare setting. Given that most workers spend a large proportion of their life at in the office, this should be a key in our consideration to any corporation’s emergency and first aid installations.

For More Information Contact Us:

Please enable JavaScript in your browser to complete this form.
Customer Type
Products Interested In

Call Us on: 1800 626 881 

to find out how you can help save lives!