As a qualified nurse, mother and first aid trainer with over 30 years health and teaching experience; Emma Hammett truly appreciates the vital importance of first aid. Emma writes as first aid expert for numerous print and online publications and frequently appears as press spokesperson on first aid, health and accident prevention issues.
Emma’s second book; Burns, Falls and Emergency Calls is heralded as the ultimate guide to the prevention and treatment of childhood accidents. Endorsed by Katrina Phillips the CEO of the Child Accident Prevention Trust, Dr Amanda Gummer of the Good Toy Guide, Sue Atkins The Parenting Expert and Laura Henry, International Early Years Childcare Expert.
‘Burns, Falls and Emergency Calls’ is a super informative, but easy to read book, for families, parents, grandparents, childminders and carers, to help everyone become aware of potential risks. It teaches the skills needed to help in an emergency without overwhelming the reader, and of course, that could ultimately save lives. This great book empowers and gives confidence to everyone who reads it and I highly recommend that you go out and grab yourself a copy and keep it handy.’
Sue Atkins ITV ‘This Morning’ Parenting Expert & Author of ‘Parenting Made Easy – How To Raise Happy Children’
Emma is about to publish her 3rd book on Roadside First Aid in conjunction with the emergency services and roadside prevention agencies and a 4th book covering accident prevention, health and first aid for the elderly, their family and carers.
First Aid for Life provides award winning first aid training taught by highly experienced medical, health and emergency services professionals tailored to the needs of those attending.
In addition to First Aid for humans, Emma established First Aid for Pets - empowering pet owners and those working with pets to give life-saving treatment in those first vital minutes. Her first book was First Aid for Dogs and it has been highly acclaimed.
Emma's mission and the goal of www.firstaidforlife.org.uk, www.onlinefirstaid.com and www.firstaidforpets.net is to make it as easy as possible for people to access first aid skills, removing barriers to learning; such as time, money and geography and consequently train more people and save lives.
Firstaidforlife.org.uk is packed full of free resources and useful updates.
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