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article image ‘Rescue Randy’ - a lifelike manikin for first aid training.

INNOVATIVE online theory training or workbook theory training and assessment systems are set to save employers substantial lost time and money.

While training for Senior First Aid certification is traditionally conducted in a classroom over two to three days, an innovative program to be launched by Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling exhibitor, Australian First Aid requires just one day of practical training in the classroom.

Participants in the nationally accredited program study the theory of first aid at any location in their own time using either an interactive online theory course or a workbook and the cost is similar to conventional training also offered by Australian First Aid.

Another unique product from Australian First Aid will make rescue training safe for all involved, no matter how realistic the disaster simulation - even if the 'volunteer' is hanging from live wires or trapped down a mineshaft. A lifelike manikin, 'Rescue Randy', can be used to replicate rescues from extreme environments without placing a living victim in danger or discomfort.

Rescue Randy and a range of other first aid materials will be at Australian First Aid's stand E32 at Safety In Action & Materials Handling from March 21 to 23 March 2005 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

For more information or to register online, visit www.safetyinaction.net.au , phone Australian Exhibitions & Conferences on (03) 9654-07733 or email safety@aec.net.au

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