First Aid Sweden is a personal company with many years of experience in training and first aid. We are certified by the Swedish CPR Council and some are also certified as a so-called "Red Cross-certified First Aid instructor". You can read more about what this means further down the page. We also have head instructors who can train you who want to train others. First Aid Sweden was founded in 2012 and most of us have training experience in first aid/CPR and fire safety long before that.
Quick help, especially in the case of sudden cardiac arrest, can be decisive. A big problem in our society is that many people are afraid to intervene. With a lot of practical exercises interspersed with theory, the knowledge sticks and can be more easily brought out in an action. The more practice, the greater the chance to dare to intervene - we think less and act faster. Read more about our way of training below.
We have trained large and small companies, municipalities, health care personnel, new parents and non-profit organizations. Everyone is welcome to contact us. Please take a look at our reference customers.
We also provide defibrillators, service & maintenance of defibrillators, first aid products and fire safety in our online store and physical store in Stockholm.
First Aid Sweden AB is a heart-safe zone because we want to create a safe workplace for our employees, customers and visitors. We also help other companies and workplaces become heart-safe zones. We are a member of the Branch Council for Heart Starters in Sweden (BFHS) and follow the Branch Council's statutes and recommendations.
First Aid Swedens kvalitets- och miljöpolicy
CEO & Founder
Certifierad av Svenska HLR-rådet
Head instructor First Aid
Head instructor CPR
Instructor i CPR for medical personnel (S-HLR för sjukvårdspersonal)
Head instructor Child-CPR
Instructor in MHFA (Mental Health First Aid)
Certifierad av NASP (Nationellt Centrum för Suicidforskning och Prevention)
Av Röda Korset-certifierad Första hjälpen-instruktör
Stina Lindh Jederström
Business partner, email@example.com
Form of education
The training must be carried out according to First Aid Sweden's training policy and with approx. 70% practical exercises and approx. 30% theory. The training must always be adapted to the target group and the conditions and needs of the participants.
The instructors competence
All our instructors are certified in First Aid and CPR, the corresponding certification for courses to be held with a focus on children. We also have instructors who also have certification from the Red Cross, a so-called "Red Cross certified First Aid instructor". The Red Cross certification is a seal of quality and a complementary certification. All training courses follow the guidelines of the Swedish CPR Council.
- All instructors are at least certified in CPR and First Aid according to the CPR Council's guidelines
- Some instructors are also First Aid instructors certified by the Red Cross
- For Mental Health First Aid, Certification by NASP National Center for Suicide Research and Prevention applies
- Fire training is carried out by personnel within the Rescue Service.
In addition to this, the instructors have a background in healthcare, care, rescue services, police, etc.
The Swedish CPR Council's guidelines for CPR with a defibrillator and First Aid. Also applies to corresponding courses for children. Last update for all instructors was November 2021 when the CPR Council updated its guidelines.
Covid-19 and education, read more about frequently asked questions and answers here (swe).
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Every year, thousands of people in Sweden suffer cardiac arrest outside of hospital. The majority of victims are affected at home or in public places where medical personnel or defibrillators are rarely on site. In cases where CPR was started within 1 minute and a defibrillator was used within 5 minutes, 49-75 percent survival has been reported. For every minute, the person's chance of survival decreases by about 10 percent. In Sweden, the time from alarm to defibrillator is 10-60 minutes, which means that there must be someone who can freeze the time until medical personnel are on site. Are you one of them?
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