A free app designed at providing basic first-aid instructions to help injured cyclists has been launched. St John Ambulance has released the First Aid for Cyclists app after the latest Department for Transport figures revealed that while there has been a three per cent drop in serious cycling-related injuries, there has been a two per cent rise in the number of casualties. The app aims to equip cyclists with the necessary first aid skills and knowledge so that if required a cyclist can follow the app’s instructions. Ashley Sweetland, of the charity, believes the app “should be as essential as a puncture repair kit”.

The information on the app comes from medically trained experts and members of the charity’s Cycle Response unit, which supports over 100 events each year across London. St John 5 steps to First Aid Readiness enables organisations to minimise their business risksby being better prepared to respond to First Aid emergencies. Contact us with a description of the clipart you are searching for and we'll help you find it. UK, publisher of Cycling Weekly and other iconic brands about its goods and services, and those of its carefully selected third parties.

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