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About this app

iFirstAid: First Aid at your fingertips

When accidents happen, you need first aid knowledge to act.

Australia’s leading first aid innovators, SURVIVAL, have been keeping people safe at home and around the globe for over 35 years and this is our latest project.

iFirstAid is a FREE mobile first aid resource which will give you knowledge and confidence in effectively managing minor and major emergency situations.

iFirstAid will help you remain calm and in control, guiding you through situations including:

• Burns
• Choking
• Poisoning
• Bleeding
• Bites
+13 other first aid topics

Key features include:

• Step-by-step instructions, accompanied with visuals
• Topics instantly visible
• What3Words GPS locator
• Ability to change country
• International emergency contact numbers
• Easy to navigate
• Flowchart support
• Learning modules (coming soon)
• Offline compatible 24/7 (works without phone service)

iFirstAid is designed in Australia to meet some of the harshest and most unforgiving conditions on the planet, so you can count on it wherever you are around the globe.

Content is based on SURVIVAL’s award-winning First Aid Emergency Handbook, authored by international first aid expert Ella Tyler -- winner of the International Florence Nightingale Medal and author of 18 first aid publications.

Not being equipped with current first aid knowledge and skills could result in a failure to give the help a loved one or workmate needs. It is a sickening feeling and one nobody wants to experience.

Keep yourself and your loved ones safe by downloading this FREE iFirstAid app today!

Note: iFirstAid is not available in the UK. Please search instead for our UK specific app “FirstAid Emergency Handbook”
Updated on
Aug 21, 2023

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Data is encrypted in transit

Ratings and reviews

52 reviews
August 31, 2023
Not too bad. Frist aid content is better than the St Johns app i have been using but there are a few oddities. The app askes for file assess with is a bit concerning especially when they don't tell you what for. The emergency numbers list could include SES, Crime stoppers, Lifeline etc. Some of the pictures are a little unclear on what they want you to do. And navigating the fist aid section to get to the pictures is not intuitive. They still have work to do before i start recommending it.
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Jedidiah Pechin
March 15, 2024
I know this hadint helped me or anyone else yet but it it would. It's shows very quick and simble/easy ways to treat different stuff a small shop for first aid kits ect and quick emergency calls and best part that it's offline so you could use it anywhere
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The Grateful Hippie
February 14, 2024
This app be okay if you have no clue about basic first aid. Doesn't cover much except use the prescribed medication and seek medical attention. Or wash and apply dressing, seek medical attention. What would be helpful is to learn how to stabilize your patient till you can seek help in a "survival" app.
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