Rescue Swag 1.0 is part one of our teams commitment to ensure that every first aider has the confidence to take action when faced with an emergency. Designed to support the Shark Tank hit, The Original Rescue Swag, this dual solution allows you to have peace of mind that your loved ones are protected wherever they go and whatever they do.
In Australia, 2 in 3 people are not confident to perform first aid when put in an emergency situation, regardless of the training they have received. With Rescue Swag 1.0, first aiders can access clear, concise instructions with photographs, which allows them to easily assist the person in need and call for help if required. At last, youll have the right support with you wherever you go, because the Rescue Swag is made to tag along with you during your day to day activities, as well as your adventures further afield.
As the introductory release of this free app, the Rescue Swag team aim to provide support regarding the most common first aid situations. In the future, you may look forward to more emergency advice coming online, as well as exciting functionality integrating the features of The Original Rescue Swag itself. Rescue Swag 1.0 provides current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) guidelines and advice regarding the following first aid situations:
Bruises, sprains and strains
Minor wound care
Minor eye injuries
Itches and stings
Applying a Splint
Applying a Sling
Creating a Water Carrier
Rescue Swag 1.0 also provides an introductory product tour and instructions on fitting your Rescue Swag to your saddle, bike, ATV or machinery. Of course, The Original Rescue Swag is designed to be the ultimate in portability it is compact and designed for easy stowage in vehicles and boats, or to be carried as required. You will have no doubt that your loved ones are safe throughout all of their adventures and day to day life, with The Original Rescue Swag and Rescue Swag 1.0 along for the ride.
Information within this app is general advice only and does not replace professional medical advice. Please seek professional medical assistance following any emergency situation.