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How much do you know about bleed control?
Youth violence last year included more than thirty murders. On December 30 2021, a 15-year-old was stabbed to death in a park in Croydon, while a 16-year-old died after being stabbed in Hillingdon. These were the 29th, and 30th teenagers stabbed in London that year alone, while the Metropolitan Police report a third of England’s stabbing deaths. This horrific trend of violence continues to blight our communities. Young children are being attacked and stabbed in the streets. A nine-year-old child was shot and killed in her own home as a killer chased a man through the house, firing his weapon indiscriminately.
Most of the young people who have died were victims of knife crime; many were killed by other teenagers or young adults in their early 20s. The youngest victim was just 14 years old; massive blood contributed to his death.
Why are bleed control training and education essential?
When a person has suffered a catastrophic injury, the first person to come to their aid is often a member of the public. Bleed Survival Training Services are working to deliver training to young people and community adults to raise awareness of the impact of knife crime while giving them the skills to perform life support aid to a victim of knife crime. Our experienced trainers will combine the biological facts of the human body and the practical application of life-saving techniques on a realistic bleed-enabled training torso.
Call or email us today if you want to know more about our work. Bleed survival training will be offered to young people in secondary school and college.