Free First Aid App from British Red Cross
Category: British Red Cross, Poverty
The British Red Cross has launched an innovative new mobile app that will give smartphone users helpful advice in an emergency. The app will be available for Apple, Android and Blackberry, and will feature simple advice on everyday first aid scenarios, as well as tips on how to prepare for emergencies. Completely free of charge, the app features videos, interactive quizzes and step-by-step advice in an emergency, and you never know, it could saves someone’s life.
British Red Cross head of first aid education, Joe Mulligan, said –
It’s vital that everybody knows basic first aid skills to help themselves and the people around them, and this app is a great way to reach people who may never go to a class. By harnessing mobile technology, with this app anyone can have life-saving skills at their fingertips. We believe that having basic first aid skills helps keep families and communities safer. The Red Cross encourages everybody to take the responsibility to learn first aid before an emergency strikes. This app makes our knowledge and experience in first aid readily accessible to smartphone users who can not only access it instantly when they need it, but also allows them to learn first aid at a time that suits them.
The current version of the app contains excellent advice for Christmas, and also features winter weather tips on as the cold season begins to take a grip on the country. If you would like to download it, simply click on the link below to find it on iTunes AppStore, Android Market or Blackberry Appworld. You never know, it could come in use this festive season.