Scotland Charity Air Ambulance recently held a First on Scene Course for motorcyclists in Perth.

10 attendees at Scone airfield heard John Pritchard, Lead Paramedic with SCAA gave an insight into Securing a Scene. As well as what to do, when and how in the event of a road accident.

This information covered dealing with haemorrhaging, checking air-ways, breathing and pulse as well as ‘If, when and how’ to remove a crash helmet.

Thanks, were extended to Amanda Alexander and all the other volunteer helpers who gave up their time to make it happen.

The next course will be held at  SCAA buildings in Scone Airport on Monday, February 26th and start at 19.00. It’s in conjunction with SCAA and the cost is only £10 per person which goes to SCAA.

Cakes and beverages supplied and the course will run for approx. 2 hours.

There are limited spaces available on the courses (15 max) due to the size of the rooms and the numbers of SAS volunteers giving their own up their own time to help with running of CPR.

Contact Amanda Alexander to book.