You’ve found someone collapsed and unresponsive, would you know what to do? Watch this video to learn how to perform bystander CPR and find out how to access and use a public access defibrillator – one day you might save
Steyning Strummers and Singers are hosting a concert at Steyning Methodist Church on Friday 8th March 2024, and will very kindly be raising money for Steyning Area First Responders. Many thanks to all involved! Tickets are available from TicketSource.
Interested in becoming a Community First Responder? SECAmb will be advertising a number of new positions beginning this Friday, February 2nd. Interviews are due to take place on Saturday March 9th, with initial training in May and June for successful applicants. See https://www.secamb.nhs.uk/join-us/community-first-responders/ for
Steyning Area First Responders (SAFeR), a local charity which supports the Steyning team of emergency responders and maintains a network of public access defibrillators, has recently received two grants to support its work from local organisations. The Rotary Club of
Learn a new skill for 2024 – how to save a life! Find out how to help someone in a life-or-death emergency. Learn the 3 things you must do, and master using a defibrillator (it’s easier than you may think).
Every second counts if someone is having a cardiac arrest. To ensure residents of and visitors to Steyning, Bramber and Upper Beeding have the best chance of survival, a network of public access defibrillators has been put in place by
On Thursday 14 October 2021, the annual SECAmb awards for Sussex and Surrey were held at Denbies Wine Estate in Dorking. This was part virtual, part attended with limited numbers attending due to restrictions. Team of the Year was awarded
SAFeR will be at SteyningARTS@Christmas, next Saturday 3rd December from 10:30am at the Steyning Centre. We’ll have CPR/defibrillator demonstration sessions at 11:30am and 2pm, giving you a chance to get hands on with use of a practice defibrillator and a
A grade II listed telephone box in Steyning High Street has been repaired after its heavy metal door was ripped off by the strong winds of storm Eunice in February. The box, which contains a public access defibrillator provided by
Every second counts when a cardiac arrest occurs and ready access to a defibrillator can boost the chance of a full recovery. With this in mind Steyning Area First Responders (SAFeR), with the generous support of the Wilson Memorial Trust,